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Three Georgia residents charged with selling meth
Three Georgia residents were charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute Monday after motel employees reported a possible narcotic in the room of their North Gloster Street motel.
Audit criticizes spending controls in Gloster
GLOSTER, Miss. -- An auditor has recommended tightening spending practices after the 2012-2013 audit turned up expenses in excess of the budget for the town of Gloster.
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Harrison County School District officials say 620 students will be heading to class in a brand-new school building in the fall when River Oaks Elementary opens.
Our Opinion: New U.S. 78 bridge will help traffic grid
Tupelo's Major Thoroughfare Program received a major shot in the arm last week with a "notice to proceed" issued by the Mississippi Department of Transportation for construction of a $105 million bridge and "diamond' interchange over U.S. 78 at Coley Road bear Belden.
Mississippi, Louisiana getting in on the shale boom action
Texas, California, Oklahoma, and especially North Dakota have been grabbing headlines over the past couple of years as energy companies have been reaping the rewards of the technological innovation that has made it commercially viable to tap into the Eagle Ford and Bakken and other such gigantic shale formations, and they're not even close to ... (more)
Festival of Hope celebrates 15 years of fun for a good cause
Buy at photos.djournal.com Festival of Hope committee member Steve Miller, from left, festival chairwoman Liz Dawson and honorary chairman Dr. Barry Bertolet get their Irish on ahead of the Feb. 28 event with the theme "A Bit o' Hope."
Tupelo's new mayor completes first 6 months on job
Six months into his administration, Tupelo Mayor Jason Shelton should have been preparing for his State of the City address.