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While most students are taking a long break this summer, the dedicated students of the Oak Grove Band are already hard at work.
The band has just entered their second week of band camp, and are working every day to prepare their 2017-2018 show, Trapped.
Four generations, born from 1927 to 2004: father, son, grandson and great grandsons stood tall in front of the flags at the National World War II Museum in New Orleans; a picture taken to memorialize this long-time-in-coming occasion.
The state’s largest solar power plant, a $100 million facility that is located in Sumrall, generated words of praise last Friday from government officials and representatives of companies involved in the construction and operation of the facility.
The faces of poverty, homelessness, addiction and despair walk the same hallways Sumrall native Rev. Jill Barnes Buckley walks daily.
Being able to lift spirits and fortunes with caring words and deeds is second nature to Buckley, who credits mentors at Hinds for helping her then so she can help others today.
The editorial staff of HubCitySPOKES brought home 46 first-, second- and third-place awards from the Mississippi Press Association Better Newspaper Contest Saturday. This included the coveted General Excellence for both The Hattiesburg Post and The Lamar Times, as well as Photo of the Year.
The Arnold Line Water Association is considering its options after the Mississippi Public Service Commission refused Arnold Line’s exceptions to keeping its rules during a July 6 hearing, water association attorney Anna K. Rush said Wednesday morning.