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Keith Parrott to replace Shane Spees as Baptist Health CEO
The Birmingham-based hospital system announced in news release Tuesday morning that Parrott will replace departing head Shane Spees , who is returning home to Tupelo, Miss.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Judge approves Sherman's annexation
District 1 Chancery Judge Talmadge Littlejohn approved Sherman's annexation plan today after the third public hearing.
Sonic Drive-In relocation still planned in Tupelo
Back in April, we told you about the dismantling of some of the old Krystal building on South Gloster Street next to McAlister's .
Tupelo's grand marshal: Council president has long legacy of pushing for change
City Council President Nettie Davis will ride through town in a horse-drawn carriage on Tuesday, when she serves as grand marshal of the 2013 Reed's Tupelo Christmas Parade.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Bruce adopts no smoking ordinance
BRUCE, Miss.-- Bruce Mayor Rudy Pope says he and the board of aldermen moved to outlaw most smoking in town for a number of reasons.
Tupelo woman makes 500-mile trek across Europe
"They've been doing this walk since the year 900. Popes have done it. Kings have done it," said Anita Bryan, 68, of Tupelo.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Roads iced in region
Icy conditions have been reported in Benton, Prentiss, Lafayette, Pontotoc and Lee counties, according to the Mississippi Department of Transportation and local law enforcement.
Berthay denies he knew about trooper's misbehavior
Berthay, who lives in Saltillo, insists he was never called upon to make any disciplinary decision about then-trooper Christopher Hughes before Berthay retired in June 2010.
Second chance children: Tupelo families adopt non-infants
Buy at photos.djournal.com Amanda and Scott Burden share their story of how they came to adopt their daughter McKenna at a monthly question and answer session held by New Beginnings for parents considering adoption.
Earnest B bringing his barbecue to Tupelo
Downtown will be filled again with the smell of smoked meat with the grand opening of Earnest B's Barbecue on Tuesday.
Region's residents see Mandela as model figure
In his ode to Nelson Mandela, the beloved and revered South African president who died Thursday, President Barack Obama said Mandela "achieved more than could be expected of any man.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
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One dead in wreck
The Mississippi Highway Patrol reports one death in a wreck Thursday morning about 12 miles east of Grenada on Highway 8. Highway Patrol officials identified the fatality as .
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5 Money Myths You Shouldn't Fall For
Conventional wisdom is often a good thing, or at least harmless. For instance, even if chicken soup doesn't help your cold and research shows it probably does help it won't hurt you.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Bain slated to plead to one federal count
Former Tupelo pharmacist Jim Bain will plead guilty to one unspecified federal count on Dec. 16, a new U.S. District Court document shows.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Tupelo Mayor Shelton takes his first recruiting trip
Tupelo Mayor Jason Shelton will leave today for a whirlwind trip to North Carolina to try to convince a group of softball tournament teams and organizers to hold events in the city.
Car burglaries strike Tupelo, Saltillo neighborhoods
"I had a GPS, which they left behind, but they took my iPod," said Karen Brenton, who lives in the South Thomas Street area of Tupelo.
$1M bond set; woman accused in killing
Latosha Isby, 27, of Tupelo, was charged Tuesday afternoon with the murder of Eric Isby, 24, who died of a gunshot wound early Tuesday afternoon.
Ginna Parsons: a turkey, a radio and a cabin in the woods
Last week my family spent Thanksgiving in a cabin at Tishomingo State Park. It'd been a dream of mine for quite a while, and this year we finally made the commitment.
Northern transplant learns how to cook Southern-style
Pat Hamilton was born and raised in Michigan and then lived in Wisconsin for another 23 years before finally making her way to the South in the late 1980s.
Testimony begins for Sherman annexation
Sherman Mayor Ben Logan filled the role of expert witness in municipal law, government and planning during today's Lee County Chancery Court hearing related to doubling the size of the town of 650 residents through annexation.