That was my senior class cheer, as it were. We yelled it at pep rallies, on bus trips and just whenever the occasion arose for us to scream loudly (there were lots of those). There were several variations on the theme.
When Danny Li started preschool in the Petal School District 14 years ago, he spoke no English.
On Thursday, he will graduate as valedictorian of the Petal High School Class of 2018. Not bad for someone whose native tongue is Fujianese, a dialect of the area in China where his parents come from, and a little bit of Mandarin.
Saturday, May 12, marks the 26th anniversary of the National Association of Letter Carriers' "Stamp Out Hunger" food drive. It’s the second year that Community Bank of Hattiesburg has been providing bags for the foodraiser. Approximately 55,000 bags will be distributed to Pine Belt residents during this week.
If it’s Thursday and you’re reading this, then please send good vibes my way as my mom and I prepare for a mammoth garage sale this weekend. And also good thoughts that it doesn’t rain or isn’t blazing hot the next two days.
See my ad in the classified/legal section if you want to come check things out.
Two people were carried to a local hospital following a Monday morning accident involving a Lamar County School District bus and a car inside the city limits of Sumrall. The accident occurred south of town on Hwy. 589.
Julianna and Robert Fitton of Oak Grove know all too well the pain another Pine Belt family is experiencing after the death of their child earlier this week. In November 2016, the Fittons’ daughter, Chloe, a senior at Oak Grove High School, killed herself outside the family’s home after the family went to bed.