Four deaths were reported out of the Pine Belt as Covington, Forrest, Greene and Marion counties each report one death. Three deaths were reported from Jones County between the dates of July 26 and August 6.
According to Commander Don Hopkins of the Waynesboro Police Department, the MS Crime Lab Odontologist confirmed that the remains belong to 47-year-old Kimberly Nanette Holifield, of Waynesboro, based off of dental records.
Five deaths were reported from the Pine Belt with Forrest County recording two deaths, while each Covington, Jasper and Jones counties report one. Lamar County has a reported death as well, as it happened between the dates of July 10 and July 27.
The North Lamar Water Association issued the notice Wednesday for their customers who live from the intersection of Old Highway 11/Richburg Road to the intersection of Richburg Road/Oak Haven Road and all roads next to it.
FGH was awarded the 2020 Mission: Lifeline Gold Plus Receiving Quality Achievement Award for putting together quality improvement measures made by the American Heart Association for the treatment of patients who suffer severe heart attacks.
The grant, a U.S. Department of Justice - Bureau of Justice Assistance FY2020 Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding Program grant, supplies JCSD with $34,027 to use to buy Personal Protective Equipment and Safety Equipment.