HATTIESBURG — James McMahon threw six shutout innings and Tim Lynch drove in three runs to lead Southern Miss to a 6-2 series-sweeping victory over Marshall here Sunday at Pete Tay
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After moving to Thailand in 2010, Jon Espy kept up with his old martial arts master, Ron Crew, via text and email. Jon confessed to Crew that he felt unfulfilled with his mission work.
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District 4 Chancery Court Judge Debbra Halford alerted Pike County supervisors Thursday to changes they can expect with the addition of a second judge.
The Salvation Army in McComb is witnessing a serious dry spell in the middle of spring cleaning season.
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Chrissy and Jon Espy, missionaries in Asia, share a smile during a visit to the Enterprise-Journal recently.
Chrissy Espy, with husband Jon, demonstrates how to thwart an attacker, a technique they teach child rescuers.
Ben Coney drives in two runs to expand the Jaguars’ lead to 3-0 in the bottom of the fifth inning. North Pike won the game 4-2 and the series 2-1.
Senior Aliyah Mixon completes the girls’ high jump for McComb High School at the 4A South State track meet Saturday in McComb. Mixon will be on the track team at Xavier University
Sarah Brock prepares to round third base to score North Pike’s first run of Game 1.
Salvation Army Lt. Trish Arguello, left, and store clerk Debra Sparkman stand in an empty warehouse.
From left, co-pilot Terry Williams and pilot Paul Schubert get ready for takeoff with Lucky, foreground left, and Rusty, right, as their rescuers, Michelle Lombas and Myra Reeves s
Trent Gordy, left, and Sam Richard get ready for Southwest Community College’s playoff opener today.
Cade Killingsworth (9) runs down a Northeast Jones player between first and second base. Killingsworth came in after a Ben Coney injury.
Shaden Miller, right, of the Bad Pitches team pulls on the rope with teammates during the tug-of-war
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