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With the upcoming Mississippi Theatre Association State competition at Mississippi University for Women in Columbus on Jan. 11-14, 2018, the Oak Grove Theatre students will be raising money Dec. 21 with "An Evening of Whodunit?" at the OGHS Multipurpose Room.
If Oak Grove High School Student Body President Noah Harris had his choice, he would rather see politicians favor the person over the party. In fact, he would rather see no political parties at all.
“I’m an Independent,” he said earlier this week. “Really about half the country is an Independent right now.
Longtime educator Terry D. Ingram who was worked in education for the past 30 years has been chosen by the Lamar County School District’s Board of Trustees to fill the vacant District D seat.
Robotics programs are continuing to expand across Mississippi as Oak Grove’s two elementary schools have teams that have advanced to state competition.
For Oak Grove Upper Elementary School, this will be the first year that the school has sent a team.
Monday, Dec. 4
• 11:31 a.m., 6140 U.S. Hwy. 98, Papitos Mexican Grill & Restaurant, Burglary, Automobile (Theft From Motor Vehicle).
• 11:32 a.m., 6140 U.S. Hwy. 98, Papitos Mexican Grill & Restaurant, Burglary, Automobile (Theft From Motor Vehicle), Unlocked.
An apparent confrontation between two street gangs in Hattiesburg led to the shooting spree Monday at 1810 Country Club Road that eventually brought nine arrests in the aggravated assaults and three injured people.
Of the nine people arrested, ages range from 16 to 41 years old and included a Hattiesburg High School quarterback.
The second legal encounter to consider the proposed incorporation of Bellevue in Lamar County was postponed after only attorney William Ducker – representing citizens opposing the incorporation of Bellevue – showed up Monday morning in Purvis.
Forty-five members of the Oak Grove High School Theatre will advance to the Mississippi Theatre Association State competition Jan. 11-14, 2018, at Mississippi University for Women in Columbia.
Lamar County School Board members began interviewing the eight candidates who have applied to fill the vacant District D position left vacant with the departure of Mike Pruitt in October.
Superintendent Tess Smith said early Monday that interviews were scheduled that day.