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Despite two Hattiesburg City Council members voting to table the proposal of the Project NOLA camera system during Tuesday’s meeting, a second vote – this time a 4-1 approval – set the stage for a
Members of the Holy Cross Orthodox mission gathered on the banks of the Leaf River near Eastabuchie Sunday afternoon to observe the Orthodox Christian Tradition of blessing local bodies of water. 
After nearly seven years of service on the Petal Board of Aldermen – and more than three decades with the United States military – William King took his alderman-at-large seat for the last time at
The 581 K-12 students who share the cafeteria at Lumberton Schools now have a larger dining area and an updated kitchen – among other new measures – with the recent renovation of that area.







Brain drain: The State Legislature could help a lot by doing a lot less

By JON PRITCHETT,

The new year brought a new legislative session to Jackson. It also brought new estimates from the Census bureau on Mississippi’s population. For the fourth time in five years, Mississippi lost population. The state’s population declined by 4,871, the sixth highest total in the country.



Time to drop the needle!!

By WES BROOKS,

For this submission I’m going to ask that we drop the needle (if you have a record player) together but with one stipulation.

Whether your music collection can be pulled from your shelves or saved on your phone, go get the one that you know will always be there.






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