Philadelphia students and parents conclude three-day protest for quality education

The concerns of several Philadelphia School District parents and students were voiced this week, during a three day protest at the high school. They are speaking up against a number of problems they said the district has faced in the last few years. “We’re out here because the students wanted to express their voices with the concerns they see here every day on campus. We are trying to make... Read More.

Two Felony Drug Arrests in Neshoba County

On June 16th, Cassie Hamilton of Union, MS was arrested by the Neshoba County Sheriff's Office for Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance.  She was given a $25,000 bond but also has a Hold for Investigations.   On June 19th, Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics arrested Malcolm Coburn of Philadelphia.  He has been charged with two counts of Sale of a Controlled Substance.  Each charge has a $20,000 bond.

Choctaw Wildlife and Parks Says “No Swimming.”

No Swimming Allowed. Choctaw Wildlife and Parks Program has continued it's ban on swimming. They released a notice stating "A friendly reminder that NO SWIMMING is allowed at Lake Pushmataha or the various Tribal Community Ponds!! There are too many unknown dangers in these areas and we want our tribal members and guests to be safe when visiting any of these waterways." Restrictions continue to remain in place through the community in light of the recent Covid-19 pandemic. 916... Read More.

The 18th Annual Philadelphia Tornado Football XIIth Man Golf Classic is Friday

The 18th Annual Philadelphia Tornado Football XIIth Man Golf Classic is Friday at the Philadelphia Country Club starting at 1pm. You still have time to sign up. It's a two person scramble and cost $40 per person. To register or if you need some more information, contact Bob Posey at 601-389-3316 or 601-650-4607. You can also contact the Club at 601-656-8512. Get your friends together and come play some golf and support the Tornado Football Program

Highest Ever Covid Increase Being Reported, Dr. Dobbs Not Surprised!!

The highest ever Covid-19 case increase is being reported. The Mississippi Department of Health announced that there were 611 new cases statewide making it the highest increase on record since the first case was documented on March 11th. Dr. Thomas Dobbs, State Health Officer, announced to the associated press late last night that "he was not surprised at all. If you drive around and look at how younger people are having social gatherings, they are crowding in to bars,... Read More.