Google Doodle finalist in Miss. from Hancock High

Google Doodle finalist in Miss. from Hancock High

Students at Hancock High School gathered in the gym Friday afternoon to discover one of their fellow students was selected as one of 53 nationwide ... Read more

Latest news

Digital Works offering training at PRCC

Pearl River County residents looking for a job they can do from home should apply to Digital Works. USM Extension Agent Monet Kees said the ... Read more

  1. PYAA offering new program for handicapped
  2. Poplarville police officers solve two crimes
  3. Officers respond to suspected self-inflicted gun shot

More news

Four more arrested as part of ongoing drug bust operation

Two sets of arrests conducted by the Picayune Police Department were the result of the ongoing Operation Who’s Next. The first bust took place Wednesday ... Read more

PRC invited to NYC

In August of 2015, Pearl River Central High and Middle School choir director Debbie Wolfe received an invitation that would offer a number of choir ... Read more

PRCC sanctuary formed in aftermath of 9/11

After the tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001, students at Pearl River Community College gathered in groups beneath the oak trees on campus to comfort ... Read more

Aldermen seeking bids

Tuesday, the Poplarville Board of Aldermen moved forward with repairs and improvements to the building located at 101 North Main Street, Poplarville City Clerk Jane ... Read more

  1. Health department has new hours
  2. Person of interest being sought by Pearl River County Sheriff
  3. Hope Haven helping children
  4. Residents might see increase in natural gas rates
  5. AstraZeneca HealthCare Foundation donates $180,000
  6. Murder-suicide ruled as such
  7. Aldermen hear LED lighting pitch
  8. Bridge repairs to begin soon
  9. PRC School Board honors teachers of the year
  10. Stonewall’s providing decade of barbecue in Pearl River County
  11. Murder suicide occurred over the weekend
  12. County needs more IT employees
  13. Local charged with drug distribution
  14. Donations help students in need
  15. FBI charge Nicholson man with murder-for-hire plot
  16. Police looking for burglary suspect

Editorial

A wonderful new program for the county

In today’s Item you will read about a new program created by the Picayune Youth Athletic Association. The Buddy Ball program was inspired by PYAA ... Read more

Sports

Local man starts semi-pro football team in Picayune

Local man starts semi-pro football team in Picayune

Since he was 7, Alex Hughes, one of Picayune’s newest residents, has played football. Now, he is eager to share his love of the game ... Read more

  1. PRC Basketball loses both Friday
  2. Lady Hornets beat Lumberton in thriller
  3. Poplarville dominates Picayune 64-40
  4. Banner year for PRC
  5. Coleman ices game with late free throws
  6. Turner has 27 in loss to Hancock

Columns and Opinion

Choosing your life’s career path

Friday a Hancock High School student was recognized for being named a finalist in the Google Doodle contest. Her doodle focused on her favorite things, ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

A love for gardening

Your article written by Master Gardener Kay Martin of Lee County caught my attention. I thought of a January morning in Ohio as I looked ... Read more

Business

Stonewall’s providing decade of barbecue in Pearl River County

Stonewall’s providing decade of barbecue in Pearl River County

For the past 11 years, Stonewall’s BBQ has been operating in some form or fashion within Pearl River County. Currently located at the intersection of ... Read more | comments

Education

Google Doodle finalist in Miss. from Hancock High

Google Doodle finalist in Miss. from Hancock High

Students at Hancock High School gathered in the gym Friday afternoon to discover one of their fellow students was selected as one of 53 nationwide ... Read more | comments

Health & Fitness

AstraZeneca HealthCare Foundation donates $180,000

AstraZeneca HealthCare Foundation donates $180,000

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for adult Mississippians. To address the problem and help educate the public about the importance of making ... Read more | comments

Art & Entertainment

Arboretum Paths: Celebrating winter at the Arboretum

Arboretum Paths: Celebrating winter at the Arboretum

The Arboretum’s Forge Day event drew an appreciative crowd last weekend. Nearly four hundred persons enjoyed Saturday’s balmy weather and the talents of over a ... Read more | comments