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Cade Ortego’s time in the national spotlight and a chance for $100,000 may have ended last Friday when he was eliminated from Season 6 of MasterChef Junior during the 11th episode. However, he placed within the Top 9 contestants on the popular Fox show.
His Achilles heel? The Chocolate Beignet.
As part of his plan to restructure the leadership of Hattiesburg’s Public Works Department, Mayor Toby Barker announced on Wednesday three new deputy directors for the department.
Hattiesburg radiologist Dr. Steven Cunningham said he hadn’t been looking to serve on the Institution of Higher Learning’s Board of Trustees. However, he certainly was excited and surprised when Gov. Phil Bryant named him to the position.
If you haven’t had the opportunity to catch the Petal High School Showchoir this year, here’s your chance.
The showchoir will present its last performance of the year during its Spring Show, set for 6-10 p.m. Saturday at the Petal Performing Arts Center, adjacent to Petal High School.
In the 24 years since the United States Postal Service and the National Association of Letter Carriers teamed up for the annual Stamp Out Hunger National Food Drive, more than 1 billion pounds of food have been collected for food pantries across the country.
Bond has been set for three brothers charged with aggravated assault after a Saturday shooting incident at a Petal apartment complex.
On Monday, Municipal Court Judge Michael Reed set a $10,000 bond each for Raul Tlaxcala, 18; Jose Tlaxcala-Ixmatlahua, 21; and Cristobal Tlaxcala-Ixmatlahua, 34.
If all had gone according to plan, Ben Skipper and 31 other members of a mission team would be in Nicaragua right now, conducting free medical and dental clinics, along with a free pharmacy for people in need.
Despite the threat of menacing weather, the sixth annual Lighthouse Dash on April 14 gave officials at Petal Children’s Task Force about 29,000 reasons to be happy for the year ahead.
About 92 participants showed up for the event, helping to raise the $29,000 that will go toward the task force’s food bank.