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The Clarion-Ledger
Super 10, small schools 10, class rankings for Week 7Corinth 42-29. Friday: vs. New Site (0-5). 1. Clinton 5-0 2. Meridian 5-1 3.
Super 10, small schools 10, class rankings for Week 7
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 10 hours ago
Corinth 42-29. Friday: vs. New Site (0-5). 1. Clinton 5-0 2. Meridian 5-1 3. Starkville 4-1 4. Warren Central 5-0 5. Tupelo 5-0 1. West Point 4-1 2. Picayune 5-0 3. Laurel 4-1 4. Grenada 4-1 5. Hattiesburg 4-2 1. St. Stanislaus 4-1 2.... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Work and its rewards: Phipps enjoys solving artistic problemsbe kept in its place. Phipps and his wife, Patty, had two young sons to raise.
Work and its rewards: Phipps enjoys solving artistic problems
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 11 hours ago
be kept in its place. Phipps and his wife, Patty, had two young sons to raise. They also built a business, Phipps Salon in Tupelo. Phipps was in his 50s when he decided to let his artistic side loose. He started taking weekly lessons from the late... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Building relationships: Communities Forward Festival plays vital role for TupeloTUPELO – Nettie Davis has a vision for the city of Tupelo, a literal signpost s
Building relationships: Communities Forward Festival plays vital role for Tupelo
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 12 hours ago
TUPELO – Nettie Davis has a vision for the city of Tupelo, a literal signpost she desires it to reach. “I want us to prove to everyone outside the community we are a city that can learn to work together and resolve problems,” she said. “One of these... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
As Tupelo restaurant scene expands, demand for workers increasesSouth and Park Heights, for 15 years. Her experience is a rarity in the industr
As Tupelo restaurant scene expands, demand for workers increases
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 13 hours ago
South and Park Heights, for 15 years. Her experience is a rarity in the industry, where the turnover rate is 66 percent. TUPELO – Diners have their choice of any number of restaurants in Tupelo and Lee County, with more than 150 options from... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Tupelo officials satisfied with full-time city attorney positionBy Caleb Bedillion TUPELO – A decision by Mayor Jason Shelton to hire a full-t
Tupelo officials satisfied with full-time city attorney position
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 13 hours ago
By Caleb Bedillion TUPELO – A decision by Mayor Jason Shelton to hire a full-time city attorney appears to have saved taxpayers money and satisfied initial critics of the idea. When Shelton took office July 2013, he pushed through a recommendation... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
MDE seeks public feedback in TupeloBy Emma Crawford Kent TUPELO – Local educators, community members and school l
MDE seeks public feedback in Tupelo
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 13 hours ago
By Emma Crawford Kent TUPELO – Local educators, community members and school leaders gathered Thursday afternoon to provide feedback to the Mississippi Department of Education on how the state agency should comply with a new federal education... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Rainey partners with Link Centre for official WordPlay, creative writing workshopsdirector, discuss ways to structure the WordPlay workshops for adults in its ne
Rainey partners with Link Centre for official WordPlay, creative writing workshops
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 13 hours ago
director, discuss ways to structure the WordPlay workshops for adults in its new space in the Link Centre on Friday. TUPELO – At the age of 21, Asia Rainey stumbled into a spoken word venue in New Orleans by accident. She stood in the back... Read more
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WCBI Columbus
Community Fest For Residents and Law EnforcementTUPELO, Miss. (WCBI)- It was a chance for members of Tupelo’s community to come
Community Fest For Residents and Law Enforcement
WCBI Columbus / Posted 20 hours ago
TUPELO, Miss. (WCBI)- It was a chance for members of Tupelo’s community to come together and meet with members of law enforcement to build positive relationships. It started with the traditional parade down Front Street, and the arrival of the... Read more
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WCBI Columbus
5K Run Held To Raise Money For Law Enforcement VestsTUPELO, Miss. (WCBI)- Law enforcement officers and supporters got up early this
5K Run Held To Raise Money For Law Enforcement Vests
WCBI Columbus / Posted 20 hours ago
TUPELO, Miss. (WCBI)- Law enforcement officers and supporters got up early this morning to support a special cause. This morning’s 5K race was sponsored by Wives of Warriors. The group is made up of wives of law enforcement officers in the area, who... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Life after freedom for the wrongly convictedWolfe said. They fear they will be accused again of a crime they didn’t commit.
Life after freedom for the wrongly convicted
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted yesterday
Wolfe said. They fear they will be accused again of a crime they didn’t commit. “If you can imagine being dropped in Tupelo from another country as a refugee, at the age of 45, it is very similar to what an exoneree would be going through,”... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
Tupelo city leaders going to learn about police oversightTUPELO, Miss. (AP) - Tupelo city leaders are going next week to a conference to
Tupelo city leaders going to learn about police oversight
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted yesterday
TUPELO, Miss. (AP) - Tupelo city leaders are going next week to a conference to learn about civilian oversight of police. The Daily Journal reports (http://bit.ly/2csMi35 ) Saturday that city officials and community leaders are studying whether the... Read more
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WLBT 3 Jackson
Tupelo city leaders going to learn about police oversightTUPELO, Miss. (AP) - Tupelo city leaders are going next week to a conference to
Tupelo city leaders going to learn about police oversight
WLBT 3 Jackson / Posted yesterday
TUPELO, Miss. (AP) - Tupelo city leaders are going next week to a conference to learn about civilian oversight of police. The Daily Journal reports (http://bit.ly/2csMi35 ) Saturday that city officials and community leaders are studying whether the... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Operation Christmas Child: World’s largest holiday projectfor Operation Christmas Child 2016 is Nov. 14 through 21. Packed boxes may be d
Operation Christmas Child: World’s largest holiday project
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted yesterday
for Operation Christmas Child 2016 is Nov. 14 through 21. Packed boxes may be delivered to Harrisburg Baptist Church in Tupelo. For exact times for delivery, call the church at (662) 842-6917. There are also collection sites in Pontotoc, New... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Leaders seek to learn about police oversightBy Caleb Bedillion TUPELO – City leaders will travel next week to learn about
Leaders seek to learn about police oversight
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted yesterday
By Caleb Bedillion TUPELO – City leaders will travel next week to learn about possible ways civilian oversight of police could be implemented within Tupelo. A committee of city officials and community members is currently studying whether a police... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Salvation Army prepares for Angel Tree, starts Build-a-BoxTUPELO – Even though the holidays are a couple months away, the Salvation Army
Salvation Army prepares for Angel Tree, starts Build-a-Box
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted yesterday
TUPELO – Even though the holidays are a couple months away, the Salvation Army is in preparation mode for the upcoming Angel Tree project along with a new way of giving. Every family who gets adopted for the Angel Tree will receive a box of holiday... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
DAR member brings Constitution Week to Guntown Middle SchoolBy Emma Crawford Kent TUPELO – The American Revolution may have lasted more th
DAR member brings Constitution Week to Guntown Middle School
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted yesterday
By Emma Crawford Kent TUPELO – The American Revolution may have lasted more than 15 years, but Daughters of the American Revolution member Pat Miller has it boiled down to about 50 minutes, including a primer on the United States Constitution. On... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Tenn-Tom Marching Classic commemorates another yearClassic is a precursor to the Oct. 8 Mississippi High School Athletics Associat
Tenn-Tom Marching Classic commemorates another year
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted yesterday
Classic is a precursor to the Oct. 8 Mississippi High School Athletics Association Region 1 state marching evaluation in Tupelo. According to Reese, bands will be judged at the Aberdeen marching competition in the categories of drum major,... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Week 6 football scoresUnity Christian 0 Thrasher 40, Hamilton 14 Tri County 23, East Rankin Academy
Week 6 football scores
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted yesterday
Unity Christian 0 Thrasher 40, Hamilton 14 Tri County 23, East Rankin Academy 17 Trinity Episcopal 44, Amite School 35 Tupelo 31, Hernando 0 Union 49, St. Joe-Madison 28 Vardaman 34, Biggersville 0 Warren Central 28, Northwest Rankin... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Tidal Wave: Overwhelming effort lifts hosts to 5-0 in division openerTUPELO – Tupelo backed up its No. 3 ranking in the state Friday with a convinci
Tidal Wave: Overwhelming effort lifts hosts to 5-0 in division opener
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted yesterday
TUPELO – Tupelo backed up its No. 3 ranking in the state Friday with a convincing 31-0 victory against Hernando in its Division 1-6A opener. Just about everybody played a role for the undefeated (5-0) Golden Wave. The defense held Hernando, which... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Roundup: Warren Central edges Northwest Rankina fumble 62 yards for a touchdown as the Green Wave (4-1) ended a five-game los
Roundup: Warren Central edges Northwest Rankin
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted yesterday
a fumble 62 yards for a touchdown as the Green Wave (4-1) ended a five-game losing streak to the Chargers (2-3). No. 6 Tupelo 31, Hernando 0: The Wave (5-0) were dominant from the start, and Austin Watkins scored two touchdowns in the blowout... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Burnsville woman accused of stabbing husbandhad been stabbed several times in the shoulder area. Deputies were able to talk
Burnsville woman accused of stabbing husband
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 2 days ago
had been stabbed several times in the shoulder area. Deputies were able to talk with the victim before he was airlifted to Tupelo for emergency surgery. According to Sheriff John Daugherty, when deputies arrived at the man’s house, they found the... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Ricky Ball Shooting: Boykin's lawyers seek change of venueand marches and online petitions circulated to push for an indictment of Office
Ricky Ball Shooting: Boykin's lawyers seek change of venue
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 2 days ago
and marches and online petitions circulated to push for an indictment of Officer Boykin." Attorneys Jim Waide of Tupelo and Jeff Reynolds of Jackson are representing Boykin. Both declined to comment on the motion. The motion cites... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Week 6 High School Football CapsulesAll kickoffs at 7 p.m. Hernando (4-0) at Tupelo (4-0) Hernando: QB Robert Wil
Week 6 High School Football Capsules
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 2 days ago
All kickoffs at 7 p.m. Hernando (4-0) at Tupelo (4-0) Hernando: QB Robert Wilcke has passed for 349 yards, 5 TDs, rushed for 105 yards, 3 TDs. … RB Karleke Oliver has rushed for 209 yards, 4 TDs. … WR Od Wooten has 7 receptions, 213 yards, 4 TDs. …... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
STEPHEN THOMPSON: New paint trick from Houzz TV video quite the timesaverwell – live in beauty! Stephen Thompson has been creating tasteful interiors i
STEPHEN THOMPSON: New paint trick from Houzz TV video quite the timesaver
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 2 days ago
well – live in beauty! Stephen Thompson has been creating tasteful interiors in north Mississippi since 1975. For questions, comments, or consultations contact Designer Connection, P.O. Box 361, Tupelo, MS 38802 or st... Read more
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Mississippi Business Journal
Renasant’s Shempert honored with Johnson Memorial Awarda salesperson. Meet Debbie Shempert. Now senior vice president of operations
Renasant’s Shempert honored with Johnson Memorial Award
Mississippi Business Journal / Posted 2 days ago
a salesperson. Meet Debbie Shempert. Now senior vice president of operations and compliance for Renasant Insurance in Tupelo, the personable Shempert admits she more or less fell into insurance sales as a career option in 1986. “Becoming... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
No. 1 Aggies, Adams travel to Corinthgetting a lot more confident. “We’ve got to play disciplined football. We’ve g
No. 1 Aggies, Adams travel to Corinth
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 2 days ago
getting a lot more confident. “We’ve got to play disciplined football. We’ve got to read our keys and react.” Hernando at Tupelo: The Golden Wave, rested following an open date, kick off Division 1-6A play. Both teams are 4-0. Charleston at... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Family entertainment center to open next yearAdam Robison | Buy at photos.djournal.comEvent Zona will be built behind the IH
Family entertainment center to open next year
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 2 days ago
Adam Robison | Buy at photos.djournal.comEvent Zona will be built behind the IHOP on North Gloster Street in Tupelo. The facility will include bowling and laser tag among other activities. TUPELO – A family entertainment center is scheduled to open... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
City use of consultant expected to end in NovemberBy Caleb Bedillion TUPELO – Monthly spending by Mayor Jason Shelton’s administ
City use of consultant expected to end in November
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 2 days ago
By Caleb Bedillion TUPELO – Monthly spending by Mayor Jason Shelton’s administration on a crisis communications consult is expected to end in early November. That means taxpayers will likely pay consultant Danny Blanton at least $20,000. Blanton... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Tupelo museum to host Living History Daysblacksmithing at last year’s Living History Days at Oren Dunn City Museum in Ba
Tupelo museum to host Living History Days
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 2 days ago
blacksmithing at last year’s Living History Days at Oren Dunn City Museum in Ballard Park. (Courtesy) By M. Scott Morris TUPELO – History will climb out of textbooks and into the Oren Dunn City Museum at Ballard Park. Living History Days will be... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Special needs voucher use low in region19,300, and Madison is the fifth largest with more than 12,500. The largest sc
Special needs voucher use low in region
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 2 days ago
19,300, and Madison is the fifth largest with more than 12,500. The largest school district in Northeast Mississippi – Tupelo with nearly 7,350 students according to recent counts – had nine students receive the special education... Read more
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Billboard
Rae Sremmurd Are Bona Fide Rock Stars in 'Black Beatles' Videoof the Fab Four. Billboard Style Issue: Rae Sremmurd on Their Edgy Fashion, 'F
Rae Sremmurd Are Bona Fide Rock Stars in 'Black Beatles' Video
Billboard / Posted 2 days ago
of the Fab Four. Billboard Style Issue: Rae Sremmurd on Their Edgy Fashion, 'Fairy Tale' Success & Silencing Doubters The Tupelo duo rock the stage while surrounded by women and donning designer garb. "Black Beatles got the babes belly rolling/... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
PAL eyes girls basketball leagueTUPELO – The Police Athletic League is looking for several dozen young girls wh
PAL eyes girls basketball league
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 3 days ago
TUPELO – The Police Athletic League is looking for several dozen young girls who like to play basketball. PAL coach Jason Smith said the league would be open to girls in fourth and fifth grades. There is no participation fee, and tryouts will be... Read more
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Fort Worth Weekly
Leon Bridges’ Encoretape machines once used for Grateful Dead concerts; an Auditronics 501 console
Leon Bridges’ Encore
Fort Worth Weekly / Posted 3 days ago
tape machines once used for Grateful Dead concerts; an Auditronics 501 console from Wally Heider Studios (American Beauty, Tupelo Honey, Closing Time); a Collins radio broadcast console from the mid 1940s; an assortment of old mics and amps; a... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
CREATE Foundation to hold career expo for area eighth gradersnonprofit CREATE Foundation's "Imagine the Possibilities" expo will be at Banco
CREATE Foundation to hold career expo for area eighth graders
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 3 days ago
nonprofit CREATE Foundation's "Imagine the Possibilities" expo will be at Bancorp South Arena and Conference Center in Tupelo Oct. 4-6. Local industries will host exhibits and activities designed to educate eighth graders about possible career... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Region’s jobless rate falls to 5.3 percentTUPELO – Northeast Mississippi’s unemployment rate in August fell to 5.3 percen
Region’s jobless rate falls to 5.3 percent
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 3 days ago
TUPELO – Northeast Mississippi’s unemployment rate in August fell to 5.3 percent, a full percentage-point lower than July and four-tenths lower than a year earlier. August’s preliminary figures, provided by the Mississippi Department of Employment... Read more
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Columbia Star
Wild South Carolina written by mother-daughter teamof spider lilies on the Catawba River, the rare Oconee bells in the Blue Ridge
Wild South Carolina written by mother-daughter team
Columbia Star / Posted 3 days ago
of spider lilies on the Catawba River, the rare Oconee bells in the Blue Ridge Mountains, the world’s oldest cypress-tupelo forest, and many more spectacular sights. Grab a pair of binoculars, a water bottle, and your copy of Wild South... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Stevens, Breeze return jazz to Tupelomet after the events of Hurricane Katrina. They will perform at Link Centre on
Stevens, Breeze return jazz to Tupelo
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 3 days ago
met after the events of Hurricane Katrina. They will perform at Link Centre on Friday. (Courtesy) By W. Derek Russell TUPELO – You can expect one constant each fall at the Link Centre: Michael Jefry Stevens and Brian “Breeze” Cayolle will be... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Screen Scene: Flawed ‘Bridget Jones’s Baby’ manages to charmpoint out, but in the end, this is a pleasant movie. I give “Bridget Jones’s B
Screen Scene: Flawed ‘Bridget Jones’s Baby’ manages to charm
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 3 days ago
point out, but in the end, this is a pleasant movie. I give “Bridget Jones’s Baby” a B minus. It’s showing at Malcos in Tupelo, Oxford, Corinth and Columbus, Cinemark in Tupelo and Hollywood Premier Cinemas in Starkville. Look for movie reviews... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Brusters Ice Cream to open stores in regionTUPELO – Bruster’s Real Ice Cream is looking to open stores in the area – but i
Brusters Ice Cream to open stores in region
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 3 days ago
TUPELO – Bruster’s Real Ice Cream is looking to open stores in the area – but it may be a while. The company announced it was adding 15 new locations, including Tupelo and Oxford, in the near future. A spokeswoman said the Memphis-based franchisee... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Once Upon a Child opens at Thompson SquareTUPELO – Once Upon a Child is opening today at 10 a.m. in the Thompson Square s
Once Upon a Child opens at Thompson Square
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 3 days ago
TUPELO – Once Upon a Child is opening today at 10 a.m. in the Thompson Square shopping center on Barnes Crossing Road. Once Upon a Child “sells gently-used children’s clothes, shoes, toys, equipment and more for less,” according to the company. It... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Learning his way: Tupelo QB McGlaun slowly making wavesTUPELO – Stephon McGlaun’s fourth play as a high school quarterback will not ma
Learning his way: Tupelo QB McGlaun slowly making waves
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 3 days ago
TUPELO – Stephon McGlaun’s fourth play as a high school quarterback will not make his highlight reel. The 6-foot-3, 240-pound Tupelo Golden Wave sophomore reacted slow to a snap that went over his head on his first play in the season’s second game... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Tupelo festival continues to growTUPELO – “Bigger and better” best describe Saturday’s Communities Forward Festi
Tupelo festival continues to grow
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 3 days ago
TUPELO – “Bigger and better” best describe Saturday’s Communities Forward Festival in Tupelo’s Gumtree Park. The event, designed to bridge the gap between the community and police, has grown over the last 12 years, according to organizer Nettie... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Saturday 5K to benefit police, pay for vestsTUPELO – Wives of Wounded Warriors will host the second annual Blessed Are the
Saturday 5K to benefit police, pay for vests
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 3 days ago
TUPELO – Wives of Wounded Warriors will host the second annual Blessed Are the Peacemakers 5K run Saturday morning in downtown Tupelo. Race day registration ($35) begins at the Fairpark fountain at 6 a.m. on Sept. 24. A police procession and the... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Federal grant to help with taser purchaseBy Caleb Bedillion TUPELO – A routine federal grant will be used by local law
Federal grant to help with taser purchase
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 3 days ago
By Caleb Bedillion TUPELO – A routine federal grant will be used by local law enforcement agencies to purchase tasers and related accessories, according to Tupelo officials. The Justice Assistance Grant is annually awarded by the U.S. Department of... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Day of Peace: Joyner Elementary School second-grade students celebrateBy Emma Crawford Kent TUPELO – The word “peace” means many different things to
Day of Peace: Joyner Elementary School second-grade students celebrate
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 3 days ago
By Emma Crawford Kent TUPELO – The word “peace” means many different things to second-grade students at Joyner Elementary School. For some, it means “quiet,” a stillness that fosters listening and well-being. Others say it means an end to fighting,... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Shumpert civil case awaits federal judge reviewBy Caleb Bedillion TUPELO – Recent motions filed by both sides in a wrongful d
Shumpert civil case awaits federal judge review
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 3 days ago
By Caleb Bedillion TUPELO – Recent motions filed by both sides in a wrongful death suit over the shooting death of Antwun “Ronnie” Shumpert now await a ruling by a federal judge before the civil case can proceed. The defendants in the suit want to... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
Bishop Jim Lowe: Running from divine calling to becoming guiding lightFather’s business and followed in the footsteps of a grandfather who was a bish
Bishop Jim Lowe: Running from divine calling to becoming guiding light
The Birmingham Times / Posted 3 days ago
Father’s business and followed in the footsteps of a grandfather who was a bishop over several churches in Birmingham AL, Tupelo MS, Montgomery AL, St. Louis MO and other cities in Tennessee and Arkansas. That grandfather had four brothers who... Read more
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WCBI Columbus
Student Athlete of the Week: Jacob Carter, Pontotoc HS, Footballhigh point in his career. Jacob Carter has had an up-and-down journey at Ponto
Student Athlete of the Week: Jacob Carter, Pontotoc HS, Football
WCBI Columbus / Posted 3 days ago
high point in his career. Jacob Carter has had an up-and-down journey at Pontotoc High School after he transferred from Tupelo High School in his eighth grade year. Carter has suffered a torn ACL twice in one knee, and a partial tear in the... Read more
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WCBI Columbus
Residents Comment On Columbus Police Departuresit’s well understaffed compared to other departments in our area. Starkville h
Residents Comment On Columbus Police Departures
WCBI Columbus / Posted 4 days ago
it’s well understaffed compared to other departments in our area. Starkville has 61 officers and is just one-to-three shy of its budgeted number. Tupelo is one short of its 113 possible officers. Oxford has 73 and would only have room for three mo... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Sammon: The case for South Panola's playoff chancesshould be at a better stage of development and region play begins. South Panol
Sammon: The case for South Panola's playoff chances
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 4 days ago
should be at a better stage of development and region play begins. South Panola’s region features Horn Lake, Columbus, Tupelo, Olive Branch, Hernando and DeSoto Central. Those are some strong teams, but there isn’t a favorite and the region... Read more
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