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Recent articles by Tim:

UAB shuts out Southern Miss, 34-0

University of Southern Mississippi had football coach watched as his team was shut out for the first time in seven seasons Saturday afternoon. → Read More

USM football still looking for 1st FBS victory

University of Southern Mississippi football coach Will Hall will lead his Golden Eagles against the University of Alabama-Birmingham Saturday afternoon. → Read More

Taylorsville tops Lumberton, 26-6, in key region game

The Tartars shut out the Panthers in the second half to pick up a Region 4-1A road win. → Read More

Tim’s Two Cents: Wayne County High School football coach Jack Hankins Jr.

Hankins talked about the move to Waynesboro, getting players to buy in and the road ahead for the rest of the season. → Read More

A scary good time in downtown Hattiesburg awaits

The Saenger Theater will host its share of the October fun in downtown Hattiesburg. → Read More

PRCC’s Thomas named MACCC Offensive Player of Week

Pearl River football running back Tony Brown (Hurley/East Central HS) was named the Mississippi Association of Colleges Conference's "Offensive Player of the Week." → Read More

Top-ranked Jones renews ‘Catfight’ at Pearl River Thursday

Top-ranked Jones College (6-0) will visit archrival Pearl River Community College (2-4) at 7 p.m. Thursday at Dobie Holden Stadium. → Read More

USM loses 4th consecutive game, falls 26-13 to UTEP

Southern Miss coach Will Hall saw the same sort of football that his Golden Eagles have shown for a good part of the season as USM dropped its fourth consecutive game. → Read More

Oak Grove topples Petal, 48-14

Oak Grove takes down Petal, 48-14. → Read More

HPD investigating early-morning shooting

If you have any information pertaining to the incident, please contact Hattiesburg police or Metro Crime Stoppers at ( 601) 582-STOP. → Read More

USM faces tall task in Tuscaloosa tonight

Will Hall wlil lead his University of Southern Mississippi football team into Bryant-Denny Stadium Saturday night to take on No. 1 University of Alabama. → Read More

MSDH: More than 2,000 new COVID cases reported

Forty-two new, COVID-19-related deaths reported statewide, including three in Jones County and two in Forrest County. → Read More

Lamar County non-profit needs help feeding kids

The Lamar County Education Foundation is seeking donations to continue a weekend meal program for students. → Read More

Large jackpots continue to grow in 3 Mississippi lottery games

Combined jackpots for Powerball, Mega Millions and Mississippi Match 5 is nearing $900 million. → Read More

MSDH: Nearly 2,600 new cases of COVD-19 reported

Three of the Pine Belt's eight counties have topped the 10,000 case mark since February 2020. Half of the Pine counties have logged 100 deaths or more over the same period. → Read More

MSDH: More than 2,300 new COVID-19 cases reported

The Mississippi State Department of Health said that nearly 2.7 million doses of a COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Mississippi, with nearly 1.25 million being full-vaccinated. → Read More

HPD investigating a Friday evening shooting

Hattiesburg police are investigating a Friday evening incident that saw multiple shots into a vehicle. → Read More

MSDH: More than 3,800 new COVID-19 cases reported

Mississippi has seen more than 2.5 million doses of vaccine administered, with more than 1.1 million residents fully vaccinated. → Read More

Nearly 3,000 more Mississippians added to COVID-19 rolls

The Mississippi State Department of Health reported 81 people died due to COVID-19-related circumstances, including 31 over the last week of August. → Read More

Hurricane Ida knocks out power for thousands in Mississippi

The arrival Ida Sunday will necessitate the repair/restoration of power lines and poles. → Read More