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Alex Davis, left, tries to decide which color helmet he wants as Liria Frerer of the John Paul Frerer distributes them at Thomas Street Elementary on Tuesday. Comment?
Mississippi's fallen law enforcement officers will be honored in an annual memorial service Thursday. Comment?
A July 8 trial date is set for a contraband tobacco case sealed in federal court more than a year. Comment?
The same day a Republican Tupelo city councilman endorsed Democrat Jason Shelton for mayor, the state GOP chairman accused him of being a "bait and switch conservative." Shelton, a Tupelo native and attorney, has tried to position himself as the fiscal conservative in the mayor's race against City Council President Fred Pitts, a longtime business ... (more) Comment?
A federal judge has ordered a Tupelo man to undergo a psychiatric evaluation over a threat to shoot people at a local hospital. Comment?
Weezie's Deli has been operating in Tupelo for more than 11 years, but it was only recently that owner Vivian Lee came up with a mission statement. Comment?
Lynnice Carter is all about keeping her family together, even if that means cooking for them just about every night. Comment?
On Sunday, Lawrence Taylor, 24, of Tupelo was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department and now faces charges of statutory rape. Comment?
Democrat Jason Shelton, left, and Republican Fred Pitts greet each other after a joint appearance at the Community Development Foundation's First Friday program last month. Comment?
Tupelo teachers will end their school year with personalized training. The city school district is holding its first professional development institute May 28-31. Educators must attend 12 hours of training during the four days, with about 90 different sign-up options available for them to choose. 3 comments
A weekend trip to Tunica proved to be extremely profitable for a Tupelo woman. Linda Guntharp won $1 million in the Tunica Millionaire Maker drawing. 2 comments
Among the products R.W. "Hoppy" Whitaker sells at his company are furniture bags, which are stacked on pallets inside the main warehouse in Verona. Comment?
The Tupelo Public Works Department will repair a street cut at this section of roadway on Tuesday, May 14, 2013. Comment?
Bill Bailey of Oakland, Tenn., won Best of Show on Sunday at the GumTree Festival in downtown Tupelo. Comment?
Speakers play music by artists like 50 Cent and Nelly last Wednesday afternoon during a Tupelo High School spring football practice. Comment?
The MHSAA Class 2A, 4A and 6A track and field meets are scheduled for today at Pearl High School, starting at 11 a.m. Pontotoc's Lady Warriors are the defending 4A state champions. Comment?
During former Sherman resident Phillip Jolly's Army Reserve promotion ceremony, Gen. Comment?
SMC Recycling President and owner James Daniel points out where the main office building for the Tupelo branch will be located on the property near U.S. 45 where the company will be building a Tupelo branch. Comment?
Some community leaders say it's time to consider whether Oxford and Lafayette County should set up a homeless shelter. Comment?
COMFORT KEEPERS of Tupelo and Columbus announced recent promotions: Julie Mitchell, client care coordinator. Comment?