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A longtime local police officer has been hired to lead the Hattiesburg Public School District's school resource department.
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Enough: Where should line be drawn between free speech and political correctness?

By ELIJAH JONES,

I have always thought of myself as an analytical and, okay, opinionated person.  Some folks may not analyze every little event in their lives, the way I do. 

But when it comes to opinions, from race to religion, from the sexes to politics, our personal beliefs and opinions are pretty much set.  (Especially at my age.) 














EMERGING ARTISTS: HAC spotlights works of up-and-coming artists

By STAFF REPORTS,

Each year, the Hattiesburg Arts Council recognizes up-and-coming local professional artists with an emerging artist exhibit. A great group of visual artists will be featured and honored with a reception from 3-5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16, at the Hattiesburg Cultural Association, 723 North Main Street.


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