Mississippi State (32-10, 14-7) swept Texas A&M over the weekend but still trails Arkansas (34-8, 15-6) by one game in the SEC West standings. Ole Miss (31-12, 13-8) swept South Carolina to stay in the hunt. This weekend the two Magnolia State powerhouses will hit the road as the Bulldog…

Jones College posted a pair of victories over Pearl River here Thursday evening at Bobcat Soccer Field.

Three ladies beat out the competition to lead Jones College’s Maroon Typhoon Marching Band next fall. Freshman, Emma Burge of Oak Grove, will be joined by incoming freshmen, Cambry Holifield of Laurel and sophomore Genna Ramey of Leroy, Alabama, to lead the nearly 200-member organization.

Mississippi State lost two of three to No. 2 Vanderbilt over the weekend in Nashville in a top 10 series. The No. 4 Bulldogs (29-10, 11-7) will host Texas A&M this weekend. Ole Miss lost two of three to unranked LSU as the Rebels fell to (28-12, 10-8) as they will host South Carolina thi…

Jones College sophomore from Ellisville, Caidyn Crowder was crowned Most Beautiful at the annual Jones College Most Beautiful Pageant, held April 20, in the Fine Arts Auditorium. The biology major was crowned by JC sophomore and 2020 Most Beautiful, Dariyel Johnson of Leakesville. JonesOnsta…

One at-bat can seemingly change an entire game in softball, and in the span of two at-bats, the game slipped away from the home-standing Northeast Jones Lady Tigers in game one of the 4A playoffs as they fell to Stone 3-2 in game one of the series.

New Orleans-based cover band D-Play will headline Midtown Sounds on Saturday, May 1 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. The free music event will take place in the Midtown Market parking lot in front of Corner Market on Hardy Street.

In moving forward with a superintendent of educa­tion search to replace out­going Superintendent War­ren Woodrow, who recently announced his retirement from the district, the West Jasper School District Board of Trustees made a move last Tuesday night (April 13) to help improve the selection…

The 2021 Art Student Exhibit is on display now at Sarah Ellen Gillespie Museum of Art on William Carey University’s Hattiesburg campus. The exhibit is open to visitors until May 15 by appointment or on Thursdays and Fridays from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.