Three local high schools are expected to benefit from a program to give more students access to career coaches. The state is investing $8 million to put the coaches in 125 schools including Kosciusko High, Ethel High and Neshoba Central High School. The program... Read More.
School officials say a gun was found Tuesday morning in a student's bag at Kosciusko Junior High. The student's parent notified the principal before classes got underway that the gun might be on campus. The principal and an assistant principal were able to find... Read More.
6:09 a.m. - Philadelphia Police were sent to a burglar motion alarm on Pecan Ave.11:25 a.m. - Neshoba Deputies checked a disabled vehicle on Hwy. 15 S.12:04 p.m. - Neshoba Deputies responded to a one-vehicle accident on Hwy. 486.12:18 p.m. - Neshoba deputies and... Read More.
Attala County FFA and Farmers Market Director Kenneth Georgia and his students invite you to attend their first Propagation Plant Sale happening today in the Green House, which is located off the intersection of Hwy 12 & 35. The sale happens from 8am until... Read More.
UPDATE: Neshoba County Sheriff Eric Clark says his office is still investigating to determine a motive for Thursday's pellet gun ambush which left three Neshoba Central football players with minor injuries. Clark says they're not... Read More.
Student Body Association Officers for the 2022-23 school year at East Central Community College in Decatur were recently elected by the student body. Serving as SBA officers next year will be (from left) Alex Sharp, a business administration major and graduate of Union High... Read More.
Thirty-seven students received their High School Equivalency diplomas during the recent graduation ceremony at East Central Community College in Decatur. Many of those students are from our area. Congratulations to all of you. Graduates included (first row, from left) Hannah Eubanks of Standing Pine,... Read More.
East Central Community College’s Theta Chi Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda members recently took top honors during the group’s National Leadership Conference held virtually during May and June. Twelve ECCC students competed in 11 different events.Winners included Lillie Chapman of Philadelphia, Sierra Mallory of... Read More.
Philadelphia Rotary students of the month have been announced. From left are Kearson Grisham, Choctaw Central High School; Logan Flowers, Neshoba Central High School; and Asha Brand, Philadelphia High School. At right is Elizabeth Frohse, student of the month chairman. A special thanks to... Read More.
More scholarship opportunities are available for Neshoba Students. The Philadelphia-Neshoba County Chamber of Commerce announced that the Allies for Education has scholarships available for Neshoba County Juniors and Seniors. Allies for Education scholarship applications are now available at local schools and at The Depot.... Read More.
Three Students from Union Public School district have signed to play college football. The school said in a statement "we are so proud of these three fantastic young men who will officially be continuing their football careers... Read More.