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Freddie Triplett has seen the joy in the children and adults who are less advanced mentally, physically or emotionally when they play baseball in a protected environment.

Oak Grove Lower Elementary School students Anna Boudreaux, Ruthie Hutchinson and Rachel Woods prepare for the Elementary Robotics Competitions, which will be held Dec. 8 through 9 at Oak Grove Lower Elementary.

Officers from Petal Police Department, Petal School District and Forrest County gathered at Petal High School last week to get to know students in the district with Coffee with a Cop.

There couldn’t be a better scenario drawn up for football fans in Hattiesburg. Rivals Hattiesburg and Laurel will tangle one more time in 2017, and this time it’s for the right to play for a 5A State Championship.

On Monday, The New York Times, Boston Globe, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune and other newspapers, as well as network affiliates across the nation posted stories and broadcast news of the death of Thomas Hudner Jr., 93, of Concord, Mass.

Officials encourage preparation for hurricane season


With many still left reeling in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey and the increasing threat of Irma’s approach, officials are encouraging anyone who may be impacted by the storm to begin making preparations in case it takes a turn.

It is still unknown exactly where the hurricane will hit, or if it will impact the area at all.


The Hattiesburg Post:

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