PICAYUNE — FINISHING TOUCHES—Contract workers are putting the final touches on this wet well and lift station on U.S. HWY. 11 near Hobolochitto Creek. Now that the lift station is online, flow from the north end of Picayune should be consistent.
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County Engineer Les Dungan explains the realignment plans for Richardson-Ozona Road in Picayune to Board of Supervisors President J. Patrick Lee and members of the community at a public hearing on Tuesday morning at the board room in Poplarville.
Supervisors hold hearing on road realignment
The Pearl River County Board of Supervisors held a public hearing after the regular meeting Monday morning to discuss the realignment of the southern portion of Richardson-Ozona Road and its intersection with U.S. Highway 11.
Buccaneer Bay Water Park is back in Hancock County
The Buccaneer Bay Water Park at Buccaneer State Park reopened on Thursday in Hancock County.
Two charged with grand larceny for stealing pick-up truck
A pick-up truck stolen in Picayune on Thursday was recovered on Saturday in Harrison County.
Pearl River Utility Authority makes emergency repairs to system
Circle Drive has been partially closed and detour routes set up so that the Pearl River Utility Authority can make emergency repairs to the failing 12 inch sewer line.
It’s been a good year for Pigott’s teams
It's been a pretty good season for baseball teams that Picayune's Justin Pigott used to play for.
- Supervisors hold hearing on road realignment
Back home, Heat try to stop a 5th Spurs NBA title
The Miami Heat weren’t supposed to be in this situation. Not now, anyway.
Coming home from Texas with their season on the line in 2011 was one thing. They were at the end of their first year together — LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh still trying to figure it all out and clearly a long way from it.
- It’s been a good year for Pigott’s teams
- Bulldogs are Omaha bound
- Hickman earns top statewide honor
- Northrop is in All-Star game
- Back home, Heat try to stop a 5th Spurs NBA title
Lions Club marks seventy years of service
Recently, an awards and anniversary reception was held at the Crosby Memorial Library to mark the 70th Anniversary of the Picayune Lions Club.
- City and PRC school work together for flower power
- Miller partners with sponsor for Myasthenia Gravis Awareness Month
- Arboretum Paths: Summer Nature Camp time
- Lions Club marks seventy years of service
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2nd victim dies after blast at La. chemical plant
An explosion and fire at a Louisiana chemical plant claimed a second victim Friday as federal authorities were piecing together the cause of the blast that injured dozens more.
- 1 dead, 73 hurt in La. plant explosion
- Body of 4th drowning victim found off Gulf coast
- Levees, removable walls proposed to protect NYC
- What’s the problem with PRISM?
- 2nd victim dies after blast at La. chemical plant
Barbara becomes hurricane off Mexican coast
Barbara rose to hurricane strength Wednesday as it steamed toward a sparsely populated stretch of Mexico’s southern Pacific coast, where it was expected to quickly make landfall.
- Argentine Jorge Bergoglio elected Pope Francis
- Pope Benedict VXI resigning
- Suicide bomber kills guard at US Embassy in Turkey
- EU summit ends without budget deal
- Barbara becomes hurricane off Mexican coast
Mary Dorsa Guttry
Mass of Christian Burial for Mary Dorsa Guttry, 90, of Carriere, Miss., who passed away Friday, June 14, 2013, will be held Wednesday, June 19, 2013, at 2 p.m. at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church.
Visitation will be Wednesday, June 19, 2013 from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. at McDonald Funeral Home.
Burial will be in New Palestine Cemetery under the direction of McDonald Funeral Home.
- We all need to be prepared for disasters
- How much spying needed for security?
- State lags in early child ed
- A hard rain is gonna fall...
- Mary Dorsa Guttry
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Facebook's organ donor status sends registrations soaring
Facebook's addition of a way for its users to tell people their organ-donor status helped boost the number of people who registered as donors 21-fold in one day.
- State photo-ID databases become troves for police
- Mass. madam's arrest could prove embarrassing
- Police arrest man accused of dining and then dashing
- When did sunscreen get so complicated?
- Facebook's organ donor status sends registrations soaring
- CNHI Special Projects
A man check his car on Interstate 35 after a tornado ripped through Moore Monday afternoon.
Audio: How can we better prepare for tornadoes?
An NPR broadcast examines the question of how communities can better prepare for tornadoes like the one that struck Moore, Okla. on Monday. The broadcast features commentary from Michael Fitzgerald, who reported a five-part disaster series for the CNHI News Service.
- The Big One: Preparing for mid-America earthquake
- Technology speeds disaster alerts, response
- Warning Signs: Technology speeds disaster alerts, response
- Tips for tornado readiness
- Audio: How can we better prepare for tornadoes?