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A longtime local police officer has been hired to lead the Hattiesburg Public School District's school resource department.
The University of Southern Mississippi Police Department is directing faculty, staff and students to disregard a flyer circulating throughout the Hattiesburg campus containing false information ab
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New Releases: fka TWIGS’ latest bewitches, but yet leaves questions

By MIK DAVIS,

If 2018 was the Year of the Woman, 2019 is shaping up to be the Year of the Dramatic Woman. Following spellcasting albums from Weyes Blood (positive,) Angel Olsen (almost a Goth level darkness,) fka TWIGS is the next to construct an album that bewitches as much as it leaves you with questions.


Forrest Co. elects new sheriff, supervisor; Lamar Co. retains sheriff, judges

By HASKEL BURNS,

Voters in Forrest County chose a new sheriff and supervisor during Tuesday's general election, while the three opposed local candidates in Lamar County - including sheriff and two justice court judges - will remain in their positions.

Forrest County saw a voter turnout of 20,046, with 17,434 voters casting a ballot in Lamar County.














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