Seraphina, the sulcata tortoise from the Hattiesburg Zoo, visited Moore’s Bike Shop for the ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday afternoon of the store’s new mural of animals that live across the street. Store owner James Moore looked down.
Two people were carried to a local hospital following a Monday morning accident involving a Lamar County School District bus and a car inside the city limits of Sumrall. The accident occurred south of town on Hwy. 589.
Lamar County Sheriff Danny Rigel is hoping to feel better heating and air conditioning in the Law Enforcement Complex in Purvis after the software that regulates the temperature in certain parts of the facility are updated.
Jackson attorney Chad Mask, who is representing the Citizens of Bellevue group supporting incorporation of the city, said Tuesday night he wants dismissal of the case without prejudice, where no restrictions are placed on another attempt at incorporation.
OXFORD – University of Mississippi junior Rachel McKellar, of Purvis, spent two weeks studying abroad in Cuba to perfect a contemporary dance she performed earlier this year at the Gertrude C. Ford Center for the Performing Arts as part of Mississippi: The Dance Company.
A developer who had been having trouble trying to build three houses in a Lamar County subdivision was approved by the Lamar County Board of Supervisors Monday morning, despite objections by the supervisor whose district includes the subdivision.
Tonya Kay Atkinson didn’t realize that school districts still give the Parent of the Year Award. So, imagine her surprise when she found out she was named the Lamar County School District’s Parent of the Year.