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WDAM Viewpoint- JCJC National Championship

Today we honor our JCJC Men's Basketball team who returned from Huchinson, Kansas as national champions on Sunday afternoon.  Congratulations to the Bobcats, their coach Jay Ladner and the entire Jones athletic staff for a fantastic job. Their 87 to 77 victory over the top-ranked Indian Hills Community College is testament to their dedication and commitment. We can all be proud of this accomplishment and how they have represented the Pine Belt on a national stage.

This is today's Viewpoint.

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  • Lamar County authorities investigating credit card fraud case

    Lamar County authorities investigating credit card fraud case

    Tuesday, August 22 2017 4:18 PM EDT2017-08-22 20:18:28 GMT
    Source: Lamar County Sheriff's DepartmentSource: Lamar County Sheriff's Department

    Lamar County authorities are asking for the public’s help in identifying a pair of suspects wanted in connection to a credit card fraud case. 

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    Lamar County authorities are asking for the public’s help in identifying a pair of suspects wanted in connection to a credit card fraud case. 

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  • 2nd person arrested in Jones County dog fighting ring, dogs recovering

    2nd person arrested in Jones County dog fighting ring, dogs recovering

    Tuesday, August 22 2017 4:06 PM EDT2017-08-22 20:06:28 GMT
    Jason Herring (Source: Jones County Jail)Jason Herring (Source: Jones County Jail)

    A second Laurel man is charged in connection to a dog fighting ring that was discovered in Jones County Friday. 

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    A second Laurel man is charged in connection to a dog fighting ring that was discovered in Jones County Friday. 

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    HHS crash suspect turns himself in

    HHS crash suspect turns himself in

    Tuesday, August 22 2017 2:49 PM EDT2017-08-22 18:49:17 GMT
    Desmond Lang. Source: HPDDesmond Lang. Source: HPD

    A man who was being sought in connection to a vehicle that crashed into Hattiesburg High School has turned himself in. 

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    A man who was being sought in connection to a vehicle that crashed into Hattiesburg High School has turned himself in. 

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