Mrs. Lucile Lamar
Homegoing Service for Mrs. Lucile Smith Lamar of Conyers, GA will be held Saturday December 20, 2014 at 11:00am at Ball Rock Baptist Church Conyers, GA.
Lamar County Board of Supervisors declines help to Lumberton
The city of Lumberton reached out to the Lamar County Board of Supervisors on Thursday for help in their financial situation.
Lamar County Sheriff's Department and Board Supervisors express support for Lumberton
As the city of Lumberton continues to search for a resolution to their financial situation, both the Lamar County's sheriff's department and the Board of Supervisors offer their support for the city finding their own solution.
Funeral set for slain Lamar Co. woman
LAMAR CO., Texas -- Funeral arrangements have been set for a Lamar County woman who was shot to death in her home last week.
Woman Charged with Allowing Minors to Consume Alcohol
Based on this investigation, which involved numerous interviews, the ABC Bureau of Enforcement has arrested Kristi Morris, age 42, residing at 32 Morris Drive, Purvis, MS 39475. Kristi Morris was charged with six (6) counts of violating the Social Host law.
Lamar County is getting a new walking trail and park
A walking trail will be added next to Optimist Park in Oak Grove by March of 2015.
Deadly tornadoes hit MS two days before Christmas
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency released the latest information Tuesday night on devastating tornadoes that hit the state two days before Christmas.
Adult charged in accident that killed three Lamar County students
Lamar County resident Kristi Morris was taken into custody Wednesday by Alcohol Beverage Control officers in connection to a wreck that killed three local high school students.
Lamar County School District looks at growth options
Lamar County Superintendent Tess Smith says that Monday's work session helped decipher the difference between wants and needs.
Lamar County Board of Supervisors decides not to help City of Lumberton
The city of Lumberton's financial ship is sinking quickly with no relief in sight. The mayor of Lumberton, Ben Winston, appeared before the Lamar County Board of Supervisors to ask for help. Specifically, he wants aid from the Lamar county sheriff's department. Mayor Winston believes shifting some deputies from the county to cover the city of Lumberton would allow the city to cut its Police ...