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.
End of two-year campaign of abuse by anti-abortionists
She was the leader of a hardline loyalist political party who dealt daily with the murky underworld of paramilitaries. But, it was the actions of deeply devout anti-abortionists which, for the first time in her life, left Dawn Purvis fearing for her safety.
Community service for abortion protestor
A leading anti-abortion campaigner must serve 100 hours community service for harassing a Marie Stopes clinic director at her Belfast offices, a judge has ruled.
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.
Anti-abortion campaigner Bernadette Smyth sentenced for harassment
A leading anti-abortion campaigner must serve 100 hours community service for harassing a Marie Stopes clinic director at her Belfast offices, a judge has ordered.
Anti-abortion activist sentenced
A high-profile anti-abortion campaigner has been ordered to do 100 hours' community service and pay £2,000 compensation after being convicted of harassing the director of a Marie Stopes clinic.
Anti-abortion campaigner gets 100 hours community service
Bernadette Smyth also given £2,000 fine for harassment of Marie Stopes clinic director
Anti-abortion protester sentenced
An anti-abortion protester convicted of harassing a Marie Stopes clinic director is sentenced to 100 hours community service.
Purvis Elementary and Academy Sports award children with perfect attendance
Purvis Elementary school rewarded its perfect attendance students with an opportunity to win a brand new bike.
Anti-abortion campaigner sentenced for harassment
An anti-abortion campaigner convicted of harassing the manager of the Marie Stopes Clinic in Belfast has been ordered by a court not to go within 20 yards of the premises for the next five years.