Today's Top Stories

Loretta “Lorrie” Sykes, a volunteer firefighter in Lamar County for two years, was remembered as a giving, serving and well-rounded person during her funeral service Monday.

A gentle giant, a humble servant and Mr. Sumrall. These are but a few of the names friends associated with Clinton “Alvin” Beasley

Arnold Line Water Association President C.R.

 “The need for dyslexia therapy is great,” said executive director of the 3-D School Cena Holifield.

Sophomore Zane Berry is doing something that’s usually only done in the first game, or maybe the second or third game, of the season. He’s batting .515 from the plate as an everyday player.