Daphne Nelson said she is glad she didn’t listen to a family member when it came to teaching.
While he stood on the side of road for three hours with his 5-year-old son and a broken-down 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jason Broome didn’t realize how much his life was going to change in less than a week.
Because of an unselfish act by a small group of high school seniors, Broome later counted his blessings.
Terry Smith knows he has his hands full when he reports to the office on weekdays. Smith is the principal at Sumrall Middle School and serves as a guide on his students’ trek toward graduation.
For the sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders at SMS, life is full of changes, Smith said.
Only the 10th Chancery Court’s injunctive powers can correct the one-sided consolidation plan adopted by the Lumberton and Lamar County school districts, according to the legal complaint filed Nov. 20, 2017, by the Pearl River County Board of Supervisors
Petal police officer Phillip Humphrey was named Police Officer of the Year at the Petal Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet on Jan. 18.
Judge Michael W. McPhail, who serves as County and Youth Court Judge and Juvenile Drug Court Judge for Forrest County, has announced he won’t seek re-election.
McPhail informed the Forrest County supervisors he would not run for his current post, which expires at the end of 2019.