The Southwest Mississippi Community College softball team took a doubleheader from the visiting Mississippi Delta Lady Trojans Thursday afternoon, winning the opener 4-1 before com
LIBERTY — Amite County school trustees unanimously voted to give their superintendent a raise Thursday, making his salary more in line with bordering superintendents’ pay but still the second-lowest in Mississippi.
The State Theater and the Martin Luther King Center will be the first city-owned buildings to receive roofing repairs in McComb following a renegotiated settlement with the city’s insurance carrier.
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — For generations, any woman who owned a dress made by Willie Otey Kay owned an heirloom, a coveted gem, a treasure beyond price.
JACKSON (AP) — Mississippi lawmakers are moving forward with a plan to eliminate the election of school superintendents — an issue that has been debated for many years.
Coco Chanel said it best — a lady must always be two things, classy and fabulous.
North Pike High School athletic director Kevin Martin said Wednesday there’s a good chance that rising enrollment will move the Jaguars up to the 5A class for the 2016-’17 season.
The local Krewe of Locomotion will hold a Mardi Gras Madness fundraiser for the McComb Animal Shelter’s new upgrades from 6 p.m. to midnight Friday at Rockin’ Willy’s on Airport-Fernwood Road in McComb.
The North Pike Scene Stealers are limbering up for their 12th annual drama production this week as they present “Once Upon a High School.”
McComb Learning Center III students celebrated Mardi Gras in town on a cold, windy Fat Tuesday. Students held a mini-parade in front of the center, where they dressed up in Mardi Gras costumes and showed off their homemade toddler sized floats. Tuesday brought an end to 2016 Mardi Gras festivals, and Wednesday marked the beginning of Lent.
Kristie Sanchez (6) slides safely into second base in the first game of Southwest Mississippi Community College’s split with BRCC on Wednesday.
Seniors Nolan Harrell and Jaime Lowe, the leads in ‘Once Upon a High School,' rehearse a scene for the play that runs Thursday and Friday nights at Southwest Mississippi Community
Sheriff Kenny Cotton listens to a question from the audience at the McComb Exchange Club last week.
Bartlett, Tenn., Mayor Keith McDonald, left, and Police Chief Gary Rickard, right, give Quenton Mullins the key to the city.
Senior Quartez Brown, left, and sophomore Newlon Gillihan led Parklane Academy in scoring during the regular season.
Ariel McDaniel (3) drives to the basket in the Southwest Mississippi Community College’s victory against Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.
Ja’Quarius Lewis (3) makes a move for South Pike in the first half against Lawrence County.
Matthieu Tamor, center, portraying ‘Little Boy Jesus,’ smiles as Bill Stephenson as Joseph, left, and Tonya Coney as Mary, right, look on.
Taylor Wells smiles as she sings with the rest of the cast.
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