Sylva-Bay plays in the smallest classification of football in the state of Mississippi other than 8-man. In other words, they have much fewer kids to choose from and less depth on average than a Wayne Academy.

Week Three is in the books and we have a tight race in the pick’ems featuring Buzz Jack, Brian Jack, James Pugh, and Kevan Lindsey. See the results and the latest predictions here!

Plans are underway to make Homecoming at Jones College a spectacular event this year involving reunions for the Band, Cheerleaders, 1970-71 JC 50-year class reunion, and the JCJC 2001 MACJC Championship Football Team. All activities will incorporate the Homecoming theme, “Jones Family 2021” …

Jones College in Ellisville will host the only performance on a college campus of Sam Bruton Quartet’s, “Take Five: A Tribute to Dave Brubeck” on Tuesday, October 12, at 7 p.m. in the M.P. Bush Fine Arts Auditorium. The public is invited to attend this special evening of jazz music featuring…

The Jones County Sheriff's Department is seeking the following twelve "Most Wanted" individuals on Bench Warrants issued by the Jones County Circuit Court Judge on unrelated charges:

Week 5 of high school football season is here. Here are James Pugh and Kevan Lindsey's predictions for 11 games involving teams from the Impact601 area.

Ninth-ranked Jones saved its best football for the final two quarters, scoring 21 unanswered points to earn a gritty, 35-23 win at Itawamba here Thursday night at Easton Field to stay unbeaten on the season.

Stringer Volunteer Fire Department has a new home, just adjacent to the old fire department building, it slowly but steadily has been moving into over the past days.

The Bay Springs Police Department is investigating an incident that happened Sunday where a reckless driver report turned into a home being broken into and a vehicle being stolen.

A Jasper County man, already charged with multiple counts of grand larceny and burglary stemming from a July 2021 arrest, has been arrested again by the Jasper County Sheriff’s Department on similar charges.

Several local Volunteer Fire Department members across Jasper County on Thursday night, September 16, completed a three-month long Emergency Medical Responder class that was hosted by the Jones College Workforce Training Center.

Northeast Jones was as dominant as a football team could be last Friday night in its win over county rival South Jones. With help from two-way players like Kaleb Bryant, the Tigers out-gained the Braves 363 to -14 in yards on the ground en route to a 27-6 win.

A head-on collision Monday afternoon near the Jasper County and Jones County line on Mississippi Highway 15 tragically claimed the life of a Laurel man and sent two others to a Jackson hospital by helicopter.

Last week, I wrote about being prepared before deer season. One thing that I haven’t gone into much detail about is what type of gear I use. There’s rarely a conversation involving hunting or fishing that doesn’t include something about what type of equipment we are using, or wish we had. My…

TEC, a leading provider of Fast Fiber Internet across the Southeast, has broken ground on a project that will provide high-speed internet to more of Jones County. Construction has started to bring underserved and unserved areas of Ellisville, Soso, Laurel, and Big Creek Fast Fiber Internet a…

The 2021 Sanderson Farms Championship will be held next week at the Jackson Country Club. The 2020 champion Sergio Garcia will be back to defend his crown. Garcia also won the 2017 Masters Championship. Additionally in the field is Mississippian Andy Ogletree of the Little Rock community. He…

Week Two is in the books and we have a tight race in the pick’ems featuring Buzz Jack, Brian Jack, James Pugh, and Kevan Lindsey. See the results and the latest predictions here!

DECATUR – No. 10 Jones College scored two touchdowns in its first six plays from scrimmage and went on to whip East Central 33-13 here on a rainy Thursday night at Bailey Stadium.

Week 4 of high school football season is here. Here are James Pugh and Kevan Lindsey's predictions for nine games involving teams from the Impact601 area.

Laurel Little Theatre’s fall show is the classic Southern comedy “STEEL MAGNOLIAS” with performances September 24-25 & October 1-2 at 730 p.m. and Sunday matinees on September 26 & October 3 at 2 p.m.