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Alyssa Bass

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Finsta exposes your worst self

Finsta has served as a safe space for teens and young adults for at least four or five years now. A “finsta” is a private, “fake Instagram,” where users feel more comfortable sharing a more authentic version of themselves with a limited number of followers.

Recovered, cleared and ‘hungry’: players prepare for season

After experiencing injuries, Trace Clopton, Darius Maberry and Jaylond Adams are grateful to be back at the Rock.

Center for Military, Team John Boy partner for tailgating

Guardfather Tailgating 4 Veterans will return Aug. 31 behind Southern Hall and in the courtyard in front of Kennard-Washington Hall four hours before kickoff.

Tax vote promises Reed Green renovations

Hattiesburg residents voted on improving Reed Green Coliseum and city parks, facilities and sidewalks through an additional one percent tax for restaurants and hotels...

Plaid Rhino leaves 35 people jobless

The Plaid Rhino closed to the surprise of its workers and the rest of the Hattiesburg community on Friday, March 29. “After 10 years in...

Business owner honors son, provides Narcan

Opioids are highly addictive painkillers that can be prescribed for chronic pain or bought illegally from the streets of any town. James Moore has...

Irish Italian Festival unites community

St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church hosted the 18th annual Irish Italian Festival on the church grounds from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday,...

Law enforcement capture inmates

Southern Miss’ Hattiesburg campus was put on lockdown Friday, Feb. 15 when two inmates escaped the Forrest County Jail and were seen near the...

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Terrell lives dream through restaurant

Victoria “Vikki” Terrell’s life has not necessarily been an easy one. Growing up in Hattiesburg, Terrell was faced with the challenge of living up to the legacy of her father, Southern Miss football legend Clemon Terrell.
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