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The Mississippi State Department of Health announced an increase of 868 COVID-19 cases on Sunday, three of them in Lauderdale County. [Read More]
These are still "times that try men's souls" Mr. Paine, but not as they did in your time. [Read More]
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As lockdown orders took hold, service organizations that coordinate lifesaving mission work in the field have have felt the same COVID crunch as students, churches... [Read More]
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Leighton Jenkins was understandably drained following his team's State Games of Mississippi All-Star baseball game Saturday evening. [Read More]
The Acolapissa tribe was not the only Native American tribe to make its home in south Mississippi. This area was also once populated by members... [Read More]
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Chad Stout was introduced to cornhole the same way many other people are: during a tailgate. [Read More]
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Chad Stout was introduced to cornball the same way many other people are: during a tailgate. [Read More]
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The Mississippi State Department of Health announced an increase of 797 COVID-19 cases on Saturday, nine of them in Lauderdale County. [Read More]
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A FROWN FOR THE FRUSTRATION of health leaders having to constantly warn the population of the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic. [Read More]
Meridian Police Department... [Read More]
The Mississippi Press Association on Friday honored The Meridian Star's newsroom with 28 awards, including three top honors for The Star's reporting on the September... [Read More]
After schools were closed in March due to COVID- 19, The Lauderdale County School District is planning a traditional schedule for the 2020-2021 school year. [Read More]
Worried about a surge of COVID-19 cases in Mississippi, Gov. Tate Reeves on Friday tightened restrictions in 13 counties with high rates of the coronavirus. [Read More]
How much have you returned to public since the COVID-19 shutdown? [Read More]
Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves' request for help following severe weather in April was approved Friday by President Donald J. Trump. [Read More]
The Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship is now accepting entries for its fourth annual "Who Wrote Shakespeare?" Video Contest. Entries will be accepted from contestants across the... [Read More]
Parents dealing with COVID-19 closings are working daily to find safe child care for young children when most of the traditional summer options are gone. [Read More]
If the adage "pitching wins championships" proves true this week, District 5 might have a shot at capturing the crown at the State Games of... [Read More]
Time to open hearts to changeOur country has a heart problemMost have heard of a medical condition called atherosclerosis, also known as hardening of the... [Read More]
Drive down Highway 16 near Philadelphia and you can't miss the giant moon towering above the Pearl River Resort, welcoming visitors to the games below. [Read More]
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