Skip to content

News

Community & Religious Calendar

September 25-29 Faith Tabernacle M.B. Church, 2117 Experiment Station Road, Crystal Springs, will hold its annual revival Sept. 25-29. The theme is “No Turning Back.” The Sunday service will begin at 9 a.m. with guest speaker Rev. Dr. Victor Dixon, of Egypt Hill M.B. Church in Crystal Springs. Monday service will begin at 7:15 p.m.…

Read More

Co-Lin, The W sign agreement for transfer students

Copiah-Lincoln Community College and Mississippi University for Women recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to facilitate degree completion. The agreement established a pathway for Co-Lin students to complete a degree in psychology, family science, and a certificate program in child advocacy studies (CAST). Both Co-Lin and W advisers will collaborate to ensure seamless transition…

Read More

Community & Religious Calendar

September 17 Hopewell Court #118 Heroines of Jericho, PHA and Hopewell Lodge #507, PHA will hold a Back-to-School Bash from noon to 6 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 17, at Brushy Creek M.B. Church, 6110 Brushy Creek Road, Georgetown. There will be food, fun, and games. September 18 Homecoming at Decell United Methodist Church in Wesson will…

Read More

Larry Darnell Christmas

Larry Darnell “Duke” Christmas, 62, passed away Aug. 29, 2022. A funeral service was held Sept. 2 at Mt. Sinai United Methodist Church in Hazlehurst, with interment in the church cemetery. Hazlehurst Funeral Home handled the arrangements. Survivors include his wife, Felicia Henley Christmas; daughter, Jamiya Christmas; sons, Tyler Christmas, Gabriel Gray III, and Dedric…

Read More

MDOT kicks off “Road to Game Day 2022”

Football season is back. As the coaches and players start gearing up for the season, the Mississippi Department of Transportation has its own game plan to get you to the game safely before kickoff. To avoid congestion on game day road trips, drivers can download the free MDOT Traffic mobile app; it gives users real-time…

Read More

Misleading voter registration mailer showing across state

The Mississippi Secretary of State’s Office, county circuit clerks, and county election commissioners have received calls regarding a mailer sent by a private entity, the Legal Defense Fund. The mailer provides that, according to their review, someone at the address may not be registered to vote and encourages completion and submission of a voter registration…

Read More