PICAYUNE — This accident on Richardson Ozona Road Monday afternoon involved only one vehicle and this tree. Investigation into the accident by the Pearl River County Sheriff's Department shows the driver, 53-year-old Rebecca Garretson, of 458 Ozona Rd., left the road and hit the tree. She and her passenger were transported to Highland Community Hospital for treatment of minor injuries. Chief Deputy Shane Tucker said the investigation led to Garretson being cited for DUI other.
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Road progress promised
The unfinished Highland Commons Parkway has been the topic of debate among community members over the past year.
Law enforcement increases patrol during holidays
Pearl River County Sheriff’s Department and Picayune Police Department will increase the number of patrolmen this holiday season beginning Friday.
The Pug Lady that lives on Sherlock Road
On Sherlock Road, a black Pug named Bert sits in a window waiting patiently for the love of his life to come home. Bert belongs to Ann Pfalzgraf-Dinger who works as an x-ray technician at Highland Community Hospital.
School choirs perform at BankPlus
On Wednesday at BankPlus in Poplarville, customers were greeted by children singing Christmas carols.
Weather couldn't stop Poplarville Christmas parade
Despite a drop in temperature and dreary weather, the Poplarville Christmas Parade still went on with great success on Friday night.
PRC school board honors outgoing member
Monday night was Michelle Boyd’s last meeting as a member of the Pearl River County School District school board.
Ex-PRCC player charged in death
The Waveland Police Department arrested a former Pearl River Community College football player on Monday for capital murder, said Waveland Police Chief David Allen.
Bank hosting carolers
Bank Plus in Poplarville will be hosting four groups Wednesday from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. to sing Christmas carols.
Slidell offers unique train display for holiday season
This weekend in Slidell, La., the city will be hosting its annual “Christmas Under the Stars” with opportunities to hear choirs sing, meet Santa and watch a movie under the stars.
Fans proud of the Maroon Tide win
Many Picayune Maroon Tide fans braved the cold, dreary weather Saturday to cheer on the football team at the Class 5A State Championship. Their dedication and cheers were rewarded when the Maroon Tide won the state title after being behind 14 points in the fourth quarter.
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