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The Clarion-Ledger
Lynn Evans: Marketing fear by stoking paranoiaowner as a Second Amendment Warrior and a self-sufficient protector of his fami
Lynn Evans: Marketing fear by stoking paranoia
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 10 hours ago
owner as a Second Amendment Warrior and a self-sufficient protector of his family and possessions. RELATED: Shooting in Tupelo: A Mississippi city tries to heal Which may be one reason why, despite statistics showing a consistent decline in... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Letters to the Editor: July 24, 2016TIME Prep Rally webcast: Red Raiders looking for big things Junior Police Aca
Letters to the Editor: July 24, 2016
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 12 hours ago
TIME Prep Rally webcast: Red Raiders looking for big things Junior Police Academy introduces young men, women to law enforcement VIDEO: Tupelo Young Professionals on The Memo podcast Capitol View: Leaders hope to revitalize infrastructure pro... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
BILL CRAWFORD: Legislative groups should target disaffected youthTIME Prep Rally webcast: Red Raiders looking for big things Junior Police Aca
BILL CRAWFORD: Legislative groups should target disaffected youth
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 12 hours ago
TIME Prep Rally webcast: Red Raiders looking for big things Junior Police Academy introduces young men, women to law enforcement VIDEO: Tupelo Young Professionals on The Memo podcast Capitol View: Leaders hope to revitalize infrastructure pro... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Prayer rally can open minds, hearts to solutionsTIME Prep Rally webcast: Red Raiders looking for big things Junior Police Aca
Prayer rally can open minds, hearts to solutions
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 12 hours ago
TIME Prep Rally webcast: Red Raiders looking for big things Junior Police Academy introduces young men, women to law enforcement VIDEO: Tupelo Young Professionals on The Memo podcast Capitol View: Leaders hope to revitalize infrastructure pro... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
ROD GUAJARDO: Time flies when you're having fun, building communityTIME Prep Rally webcast: Red Raiders looking for big things Junior Police Aca
ROD GUAJARDO: Time flies when you're having fun, building community
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 12 hours ago
TIME Prep Rally webcast: Red Raiders looking for big things Junior Police Academy introduces young men, women to law enforcement VIDEO: Tupelo Young Professionals on The Memo podcast Capitol View: Leaders hope to revitalize infrastructure pro... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Armistead overcomes challenges to become painter, pastor, writerBy M. Scott Morris TUPELO – When John Armistead was pastor of Calvary Baptist
Armistead overcomes challenges to become painter, pastor, writer
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 14 hours ago
By M. Scott Morris TUPELO – When John Armistead was pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, he spent his days off at the University of Mississippi, where he studied Greek and Latin. Both languages can be invaluable when examining the Bible’s finer... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
LESLIE CRISS: Facebook friends help get Bella home where she belongsMitzi Davis asking me to call her. Seems she’d noticed a white dog back behind
LESLIE CRISS: Facebook friends help get Bella home where she belongs
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 14 hours ago
Mitzi Davis asking me to call her. Seems she’d noticed a white dog back behind Davis Storage, a family business in east Tupelo. She was concerned it might have been abandoned or lost. She worried about the pup having no water and not much shade... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Olympic dreams help keep young swimmers focusedSpecial to the Journal TUPELO – Athletes, coaches and parents at the Mississip
Olympic dreams help keep young swimmers focused
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 14 hours ago
Special to the Journal TUPELO – Athletes, coaches and parents at the Mississippi Swimming Long Course Championships this weekend at the Tupelo Aquatic Center agreed: Olympic swimming is a valuable boost to the sport. “Every four years, when the... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
TPSD administrators look to set A+ tone for school yearBy Emma Crawford Kent TUPELO – On the first day of school, Parkway Elementary
TPSD administrators look to set A+ tone for school year
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 15 hours ago
By Emma Crawford Kent TUPELO – On the first day of school, Parkway Elementary principal Mitzi Moore gathers with her teachers and staff members for a Parkway back-to-school tradition. They stand in a “circle of celebration,” lined up in order of... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
49ers advance to Legion finalsSpecial to the Journal TUPELO – The Tupelo 49ers had been less than offensive
49ers advance to Legion finals
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 15 hours ago
Special to the Journal TUPELO – The Tupelo 49ers had been less than offensive for most of their first two games of the Senior American Legion State Baseball Tournament. Not so in their third game. The 49ers banged out 13 hits versus Hub City on... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Budget cuts stress mental health agenciesare on the edge of the cliff,” said Dr. Paul Callens, director of the 50-bed in
Budget cuts stress mental health agencies
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 15 hours ago
are on the edge of the cliff,” said Dr. Paul Callens, director of the 50-bed inpatient psychiatric hospital located in East Tupelo that handled more than 600 admissions in the last fiscal year. “If there are any more cuts, we’re going to be forced... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
United Way gives out 1,300 backpacks at Back 2 School Resource Fairputs a backpack on Frank Sims at United Way’s Back 2 School Resource Fair at Th
United Way gives out 1,300 backpacks at Back 2 School Resource Fair
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 15 hours ago
puts a backpack on Frank Sims at United Way’s Back 2 School Resource Fair at The Mall at Barnes Crossing on Saturday. TUPELO – A couple weeks before school starts, Hunter Samples, 4, picked out his first backpack, provided by United Way of... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
To stop a thief: Shoplifting is a daily battle for retailersother items, including food. Some sneak quickly and quietly with the merchandi
To stop a thief: Shoplifting is a daily battle for retailers
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 16 hours ago
other items, including food. Some sneak quickly and quietly with the merchandise, others make bold getaway attempts. In Tupelo, the retail and financial hub of Northeast Mississippi, the Tupelo Police Department gets hundreds of reports each... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Other Editors: State's road and bridge maintenance plan still in playof higher maintenance and construction costs. The working groups appear to cre
Other Editors: State's road and bridge maintenance plan still in play
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted yesterday
of higher maintenance and construction costs. The working groups appear to create an opportunity for transportation progress. We hope it can become passable legislation in sooner than two years. The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journa... Read more
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WCBI Columbus
Former NFL Pros Give Back With Free CampTUPELO, Miss. (WCBI) — Former Green Bay Packer Eric Matthews was joined by many
Former NFL Pros Give Back With Free Camp
WCBI Columbus / Posted yesterday
TUPELO, Miss. (WCBI) — Former Green Bay Packer Eric Matthews was joined by many other former NFL professionals to hold their inaugural football camp at Ballard Park in Tupelo. “We want to give these kids an opportunity to get outside and that’s... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
RHETA JOHNSON: A personal Magic Kingdom invadedwebcast: Red Raiders looking for big things Junior Police Academy introduces y
RHETA JOHNSON: A personal Magic Kingdom invaded
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted yesterday
webcast: Red Raiders looking for big things Junior Police Academy introduces young men, women to law enforcement VIDEO: Tupelo Young Professionals on The Memo podcast Capitol View: Leaders hope to revitalize infrastructure program Safe haven... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
MARY THOMAS: Pundits seem blindsided by their own bad questionswebcast: Red Raiders looking for big things Junior Police Academy introduces y
MARY THOMAS: Pundits seem blindsided by their own bad questions
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted yesterday
webcast: Red Raiders looking for big things Junior Police Academy introduces young men, women to law enforcement VIDEO: Tupelo Young Professionals on The Memo podcast Capitol View: Leaders hope to revitalize infrastructure program Safe haven... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
M. SCOTT MORRIS: Introducing Puck, the young kittywebcast: Red Raiders looking for big things Junior Police Academy introduces y
M. SCOTT MORRIS: Introducing Puck, the young kitty
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted yesterday
webcast: Red Raiders looking for big things Junior Police Academy introduces young men, women to law enforcement VIDEO: Tupelo Young Professionals on The Memo podcast Capitol View: Leaders hope to revitalize infrastructure program Safe haven... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
New pastor begins preaching at Calvary Baptist Church35, recently joined Calvary Baptist Church as the head pastor. He takes a resea
New pastor begins preaching at Calvary Baptist Church
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted yesterday
35, recently joined Calvary Baptist Church as the head pastor. He takes a researched scholarly approach to his preaching. TUPELO – Christopher DeGeorge, the new pastor at Calvary Baptist Church, started going to church at a young age with his... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
The one God unites all in unity for peacewebcast: Red Raiders looking for big things Junior Police Academy introduces y
The one God unites all in unity for peace
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted yesterday
webcast: Red Raiders looking for big things Junior Police Academy introduces young men, women to law enforcement VIDEO: Tupelo Young Professionals on The Memo podcast Capitol View: Leaders hope to revitalize infrastructure program Safe haven... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Barnes, Red Sox roll past 49ers in tourney openerSpecial to the Journal TUPELO – After facing a pair of batters in the bottom o
Barnes, Red Sox roll past 49ers in tourney opener
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted yesterday
Special to the Journal TUPELO – After facing a pair of batters in the bottom of the first inning Friday night, Pontotoc Red Sox pitcher Kaleb Barnes got a mound visit from head coach Nickey Browning. Simply put, Browning told Barnes to... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Teachers, public education touted at conferenceit’s important for public education stakeholders to have a clear, united voice
Teachers, public education touted at conference
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted yesterday
it’s important for public education stakeholders to have a clear, united voice in the political process,” Kate Farabaugh of Tupelo, a founding board member of the PAC, said in a news release. “Last year’s disappointing legislative session was full... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
CME conference focuses on bridging gap between young, oldof delegates gather at the BancorpSouth Arena this week from Louisiana and Miss
CME conference focuses on bridging gap between young, old
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted yesterday
of delegates gather at the BancorpSouth Arena this week from Louisiana and Mississippi for their annual conference. TUPELO – At the age of 12, Clementine Mays began attending the Mississippi Leadership Training School, a part of the... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Shooting controversy prompts consultant hireBy Caleb Bedillion TUPELO – The mayor has hired a consultant to advise his adm
Shooting controversy prompts consultant hire
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted yesterday
By Caleb Bedillion TUPELO – The mayor has hired a consultant to advise his administration about communication strategy in the wake of tension over the June shooting death of a black man by a white city police officer. The consultant, Danny Blanton,... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Atmos Energy donates $25,000 for shelter, renovationsTUPELO – With a new shelter at Salvation Army coming to fruition, Atmos Energy
Atmos Energy donates $25,000 for shelter, renovations
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted yesterday
TUPELO – With a new shelter at Salvation Army coming to fruition, Atmos Energy pushed the vision further by donating $25,000 to the only homeless shelter within a 190-mile radius. Jeff Daniel, Salvation Army commanding officer, and Susan Gilbert,... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Bittersweet move: Cochran retiring, heading home to MichiganThomas Wells | Buy at photos.djournal.comAfter 17 years in Tupelo, Tupelo city
Bittersweet move: Cochran retiring, heading home to Michigan
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted yesterday
Thomas Wells | Buy at photos.djournal.comAfter 17 years in Tupelo, Tupelo city planner and director of Keep Tupelo BeautifulSherrie Cochran is moving back to Michigan in August to live in a log cabin near her sister. TUPELO – The weather brought... Read more
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Perth Now
Teenager tells mum: ‘I’m ready to die’her ventilator will be removed and she’ll spend her final days at home surround
Teenager tells mum: ‘I’m ready to die’
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
her ventilator will be removed and she’ll spend her final days at home surrounded by her family, friends and two puppies Tupelo and Julie. Jerika, her family and friends are finding ways to process what’s going to happen in the coming weeks and... Read more
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WCBI Columbus
Northeast Mississippi Man Completes 500 Mile Spiritual PilgrimageTUPELO, MISS. (WCBI) – As Max Holman prepares for a teaching job in Madison, he
Northeast Mississippi Man Completes 500 Mile Spiritual Pilgrimage
WCBI Columbus / Posted 2 days ago
TUPELO, MISS. (WCBI) – As Max Holman prepares for a teaching job in Madison, he will be taking a few items for his classroom. A framed map shows the path he took on the Camino de Santiago. “The walk literally means the Way of St James. The point of... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Emails show Christian group drafted much of HB 1523is a Christian legal group founded in part by Don Wildmon Sr., who also founded
Emails show Christian group drafted much of HB 1523
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 2 days ago
is a Christian legal group founded in part by Don Wildmon Sr., who also founded the American Family Association, a Tupelo-based Christian non-profit. Two days before the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of same-sex marriage in Obergefell... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Hollywood comes to ColumbusMan's Bluff" and "The Freakmaker." Weinbach plans to work with local community
Hollywood comes to Columbus
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 2 days ago
Man's Bluff" and "The Freakmaker." Weinbach plans to work with local community theater groups in Columbus, Starkville and Tupelo for the production. He may import some specialists and equipment from Louisiana, a state with a slightly better... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
ERROL CASTENS: Grumbling, grousing, and getting a grip on thingswebcast: Red Raiders looking for big things Junior Police Academy introduces y
ERROL CASTENS: Grumbling, grousing, and getting a grip on things
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 2 days ago
webcast: Red Raiders looking for big things Junior Police Academy introduces young men, women to law enforcement VIDEO: Tupelo Young Professionals on The Memo podcast Capitol View: Leaders hope to revitalize infrastructure program Safe haven... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
W. DEREK RUSSELL: 'Pet Sounds' never far from my reachwebcast: Red Raiders looking for big things Junior Police Academy introduces y
W. DEREK RUSSELL: 'Pet Sounds' never far from my reach
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 2 days ago
webcast: Red Raiders looking for big things Junior Police Academy introduces young men, women to law enforcement VIDEO: Tupelo Young Professionals on The Memo podcast Capitol View: Leaders hope to revitalize infrastructure program Safe haven... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Health care quality partly depends on enough peoplewebcast: Red Raiders looking for big things Junior Police Academy introduces y
Health care quality partly depends on enough people
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 2 days ago
webcast: Red Raiders looking for big things Junior Police Academy introduces young men, women to law enforcement VIDEO: Tupelo Young Professionals on The Memo podcast Capitol View: Leaders hope to revitalize infrastructure program Safe haven... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Houston Farmer's Market earns state certificationmove to provide home-grown produce. “You’ve got certified farmer’s markets in
Houston Farmer's Market earns state certification
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 2 days ago
move to provide home-grown produce. “You’ve got certified farmer’s markets in Columbus, West Point, Bruce, Calhoun City, Tupelo and Starkville. It’s definitely a trend.” Chickasaw County’s Bart Munlin sells honey on The Square most Saturdays,... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Pontotoc looks to capture goldhopes to run successfully through the Senior American Legion State Tournament,
Pontotoc looks to capture gold
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 2 days ago
hopes to run successfully through the Senior American Legion State Tournament, which begins today at Golden Wave Field at Tupelo Middle School, and capture gold. “We played a lot better Sunday in our last game, but is that a sign of how we’ll do... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Shockwave hosting swim championshipsTUPELO – The first full day of competition in the 2016 Mississippi Swimming Lon
Shockwave hosting swim championships
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 2 days ago
TUPELO – The first full day of competition in the 2016 Mississippi Swimming Long Course Championships is scheduled for today at the Tupelo Aquatic Center. Swimmers ages 8 to 18 from 12 Mississippi teams, including the host Tupelo-based Shockwave,... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Tupelo utility customers to get deposit interest back annuallyBy Caleb Bedillion TUPELO – Some water and power customers in the city will st
Tupelo utility customers to get deposit interest back annually
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 2 days ago
By Caleb Bedillion TUPELO – Some water and power customers in the city will start seeing a little money back each year. But only a little. Some residents are required to pay Tupelo Water & Light a deposit when signing up for service. The amount of... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Local clergy seek to bond community through prayer rallyBy Caleb Bedillion TUPELO – As a step toward unity across racial lines and the
Local clergy seek to bond community through prayer rally
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 2 days ago
By Caleb Bedillion TUPELO – As a step toward unity across racial lines and the healing of wounds both old and new, a diverse band of local clergy will organize and host an Aug. 3 prayer rally at the BancorpSouth Arena in downtown Tupelo. Ellis... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
PHOTO GALLERY: Down on Main Concert Serieswebcast: Red Raiders looking for big things Junior Police Academy introduces y
PHOTO GALLERY: Down on Main Concert Series
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 2 days ago
webcast: Red Raiders looking for big things Junior Police Academy introduces young men, women to law enforcement VIDEO: Tupelo Young Professionals on The Memo podcast Capitol View: Leaders hope to revitalize infrastructure program Safe haven... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Old Tupelo tank bound for New AlbanyBy Caleb Bedillion TUPELO – A pressure tank that Tupelo Water & Light no longe
Old Tupelo tank bound for New Albany
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 2 days ago
By Caleb Bedillion TUPELO – A pressure tank that Tupelo Water & Light no longer needs will be sold to the city of New Albany, according to current plans. The pressure tank is located at a booster station on Barnes Crossing Road and was formerly... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Volunteers sought for Celebration of Cultures event committeeBy M. Scott Morris TUPELO – Plans are in motion for Celebration of Cultures 20
Volunteers sought for Celebration of Cultures event committee
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 2 days ago
By M. Scott Morris TUPELO – Plans are in motion for Celebration of Cultures 2016, but the Tupelo Department of Parks and Recreation needs help from experts. “We’re trying to start a core committee,” said Shanta Jones, program director for Parks &... Read more
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WCBI Columbus
First ‘Down On Main’ Concert For 2016 Draws Big CrowdTUPELO, MISS. (WCBI) – The Nashville based group, “Daphne and the Mystery Machi
First ‘Down On Main’ Concert For 2016 Draws Big Crowd
WCBI Columbus / Posted 3 days ago
TUPELO, MISS. (WCBI) – The Nashville based group, “Daphne and the Mystery Machine” was part of the lineup at the annual “Down on Main” free concert series at Tupelo’s Fairpark. Hundreds showed up for the free concert, despite warm weather. There... Read more
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WCBI Columbus
Teenagers Learn Valuable Skills Through Junior Police AcademyTUPELO, MISS. (WCBI) – DeMarcus Owens will be a senior at Tupelo High School, a
Teenagers Learn Valuable Skills Through Junior Police Academy
WCBI Columbus / Posted 3 days ago
TUPELO, MISS. (WCBI) – DeMarcus Owens will be a senior at Tupelo High School, and he already has a career path. “I see myself either becoming a normal police officer or becoming a state trooper,” Owens said. That is one reason Owens is back for his... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Local clergy seek to unite community through prayer rallyBY CALEB BEDILLION TUPELO – As a step toward unity across racial lines and the
Local clergy seek to unite community through prayer rally
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 3 days ago
BY CALEB BEDILLION TUPELO – As a step toward unity across racial lines and the healing of wounds both old and new, a diverse band of local clergy will organize and host an Aug. 3 prayer rally at the BancorpSouth Arena in downtown Tupelo. Ellis... Read more
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Mississippi Business Journal
BancorpSouth earnings dip but bank says settlement not a factoran associated liability of $13.8 million during the first quarter,” Chairman an
BancorpSouth earnings dip but bank says settlement not a factor
Mississippi Business Journal / Posted 3 days ago
an associated liability of $13.8 million during the first quarter,” Chairman and Chief Executive Dan Rollins said. The Tupelo-based chain said in a prepared statement last month that it while it “disagrees with these allegations, the decision... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
BancorpSouth announces second quarter 2016 financial resultsthe call. About BancorpSouth, Inc. BancorpSouth, Inc. (NYSE: BXS) is a financ
BancorpSouth announces second quarter 2016 financial results
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 3 days ago
the call. About BancorpSouth, Inc. BancorpSouth, Inc. (NYSE: BXS) is a financial holding company headquartered in Tupelo, Mississippi, with $14.1 billion in assets. BancorpSouth Bank, a wholly-owned subsidiary of BancorpSouth, Inc.,... Read more
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York Daily Record
Appleton teen makes heartbreaking decision to diecomputer mouse or smart phone. She said she wants to die at home, surrounded b
Appleton teen makes heartbreaking decision to die
York Daily Record / Posted 3 days ago
computer mouse or smart phone. She said she wants to die at home, surrounded by her mom, extended family and her two dogs, Tupelo and Julie. For now, she’s intent on making the most of this final summer. She’s hosted sleepovers with friends, and... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Light the lights: A look ahead at the 2016-2017 arts sceneis just one of many arts offerings Northeast Mississippi has to offer each year
Light the lights: A look ahead at the 2016-2017 arts scene
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 3 days ago
is just one of many arts offerings Northeast Mississippi has to offer each year. (Daily Journal file) By W. Derek Russell TUPELO – In a community known for its strong arts presence and devotion, it’s no guess that different organizations in the... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
BancorpSouth earns $34.7 million in 2QTUPELO – BancorpSouth Inc. on Tuesday reported net income of $34.7 million, or
BancorpSouth earns $34.7 million in 2Q
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 3 days ago
TUPELO – BancorpSouth Inc. on Tuesday reported net income of $34.7 million, or 37 cents per share, for its second quarter. That’s down 12.6 percent from a year earlier, when the parent company of BancorpSouth Bank earned $39.7 million, or 41 cents... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Thacker Mountain Radio returning to TupeloBuy at photos.djournal.comThacker Mountain Radio Hour’s in-house band, The Yalo
Thacker Mountain Radio returning to Tupelo
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 3 days ago
Buy at photos.djournal.comThacker Mountain Radio Hour’s in-house band, The Yalobushwhackers, open last year’s broadcast in Tupelo. By W. Derek Russell TUPELO – For nearly 20 years, Thacker Mountain Radio has featured weekly author readings and... Read more
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