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It’s that time again. Staff at the Petal School District is seeking nominations for the Petal School District Hall of Fame. From those nominations, the person(s) selected will be recognized alongside 28 other outstanding graduates from the district.
Following the Jan. 21 tornado, which affected many parts of both Hattiesburg and Petal, the Forrest County Road Department did its part throughout the county to help pick up storm debris, including the City of Petal.
Officials of National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) announced the finalists for the 62nd annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Petal High School senior Ethan Morris was the only student selected from Petal High School.
Petal Early Learning Collaborative is preparing for end-of-the-year scores in the Kindergarten Readiness Assessment.
The Golden Eagle Inter-tribal Society at the University of Southern Mississippi will present a two-day event to educate the Pine Belt on Native American culture featuring dancing, crafts, food and activities. The 15th annual Powwow is set to be held at Willie Hinton Park.
Residents of the City of Petal are making strides to return to as normal as possible in the aftermath of the Jan. 21 tornado.
Hancock Bank is working with the Petal Chamber of Commerce to do its part in helping residents and business owners recover after the storm.