PICAYUNE — Uniforms By Bales held their Greater Picayune Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting for their new location at 3200 B Hwy 11 North on Wednesday, October 3rd. Uniforms By Bales specializes in medical scrubs and accessories as well monogramming and screen printing. Owner Denise Bales invites the community to come see their offerings and can be reached at 601-0798-9544.
Uniforms By Bales opens new location
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The Pride of the Tide dance team do their infamous kick line at a celebration rally at the Picayune High School stadium on Tuesday.
School rallies for team
Students from Picayune high school and junior high school gathered Tuesday afternoon to recognize the Maroon Tide football team for winning the state championship.
Voter ID equipment installed at courthouse
Mississippi Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann spoke to Pearl River County Circuit Court employees about the new voter identification cards on Monday afternoon.
Insurance costs rattle homeowners
Picayune Mayor Ed Pinero recently returned from a trip to the nation’s capitol to meet with in Mississippi’ Congressional delegation, including U.S. Rep Steven Palazzo, over county concerns. Biggert Waters flood insurance legislation, which is currently on its way to becoming law, was one of the topics they met about.
PRCC IN TOP 25
Pearl River Community College was recently named one of the best community colleges in the nation by Create a Career website.
It feels a lot like Christmas
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, or at least it will next week.
- School rallies for team
The Pearl River Central boys bounced back from a couple of losses last week with a big win over county rival Poplarville Monday night.
- Pearl River Central falls to Stone County in two prep basketball games
- Picayune has become Title Town of late
- EMCC wins National championship
- Balanced attack paced Picayune
- Rivalry renewed
Picayune Kiwanis hold Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser
The Picayune Kiwanis held their annual Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser at Southern Char Steak House on Friday, December 6.
- Playing in the mud
- The heart of a small town
- United Way, library offer free programs for children
- Christmas on the Rails and Shop by Candlelight recap
- Picayune Kiwanis hold Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser
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Magistrate rejects Nagin’s bid for report
A federal magistrate refused Tuesday to order prosecutors to provide former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin with a copy of a sealed report on alleged prosecutorial misconduct before his trial on bribery charges.
U.S. Magistrate Alma Chasez said in her order that Nagin doesn’t need the report that federal prosecutor John Horn prepared in a separate case to defend himself at trial.
- High court wary of campaign contribution limits
- Texas Guard refuses to process same-sex benefits
- Obama to seek congressional OK for Syria action
- Boggs given NO-style funeral
- Magistrate rejects Nagin’s bid for report
It’s a boy! UK’s Kate gives birth to royal heir
It’s a boy!
Prince William’s wife, Kate, has given birth to a prince who is now third in line to the British throne.
- Barbara becomes hurricane off Mexican coast
- Argentine Jorge Bergoglio elected Pope Francis
- Pope Benedict VXI resigning
- Suicide bomber kills guard at US Embassy in Turkey
- It’s a boy! UK’s Kate gives birth to royal heir
Picayune, a City for all Seasons
Merry Christmas! I hope everyone has a blessed and bountiful holiday season. Indubitably this is a wonderful time to live in Picayune. The leaves are falling, the brisk wind is blowing, lights adorn the trees, decorations fill the parks and all of the shops are filled with the robust scents of Christmas. No wonder our stores and restaurants are filled with happy new faces. Let me encourage each of you to shop Picayune this Christmas season and beyond.
- Kids and players
- City looking good but needs a few fixes
- A high school career worth noting
- Adding more to your page
- Picayune, a City for all Seasons
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Is the NCAA a sinking ship?
The daily flow of bad news chronicling the NCAA seems to fall somewhere between damaging and defeated. By comparison, the NCAA’s myriad problems make the Obama Administration’s roll out of the Affordable Care Act look smooth.
- 12 words you should stop using right now
- Anonymity is fleeting when people are tweeting
- High school student accused in math teacher's murder
- Google cameras capture a walk through Arlington National Cemetery
- Is the NCAA a sinking ship?
- CNHI Special Projects
A man check his car on Interstate 35 after a tornado ripped through Moore Monday afternoon.
Audio: How can we better prepare for tornadoes?
An NPR broadcast examines the question of how communities can better prepare for tornadoes like the one that struck Moore, Okla. on Monday. The broadcast features commentary from Michael Fitzgerald, who reported a five-part disaster series for the CNHI News Service.
- The Big One: Preparing for mid-America earthquake
- Technology speeds disaster alerts, response
- Warning Signs: Technology speeds disaster alerts, response
- Tips for tornado readiness
- Audio: How can we better prepare for tornadoes?