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City sewage problem left unsolved

Significant complaints have been issued about the foul odor that permeates the city of Hattiesburg, but the real problem exists in its source.  Hattiesburg’s two...

Hillcrest cafeteria receives facelift

If one is a resident of Hillcrest Hall or just a fan of its cafeteria’s home-cooked meal appeal, one has probably noticed the “Pardon...

Miss. passes 20-week abortion ban

The Mississippi legislature last week passed a ban on abortions at 20 weeks or more gestation, the midpoint of a full-term pregnancy. The vote on...

Religious freedom bill revamped

UPDATE: JACKSON—Governor Phil Bryant on Thursday signed Senate Bill 2681, the Mississippi Religious Freedom Restoration Act. This law mirrors the federal Religious Freedom Restoration...

State law to cut prison expenses

Governor Phil Bryant signed into law House Bill 585 --- a sweeping reform bill that pushes the state to “get right on crime,” cutting...

New buildings honor alumni’s legacy

A $55.6 million development will honor outstanding figures of Southern Miss’ past. The University of Southern Mississippi received approval last week from the State College...

Senate bill could allow legal discrimination

Update: In an effort to quell both state and national opposition to the bill, the Mississippi House of Representatives Civil Subcommittee voted Wednesday to...

Professor recounts tornado disaster

“The next thing I knew, I was on the ground with stuff all over me. When I got up, there was no walls, no...

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Opinion: Amy Coney Barrett clears another hurdle for Justice appointment

Last week, Judge Amy Coney Barrett was questioned on a wide range of topics during a four-day long hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Although she was grilled left and right, it was clear that the hearing was not about questioning her qualifications, but further bickering between Democrats and Republicans.

What’s on the ballot this November?

The 2020 presidential election is now just a few short weeks away. On Nov. 3, voters will have the opportunity to exercise their civic duty, able to give their opinions on topics ranging from the general election to the state flag.
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