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- CHARLIE MITCHELL: Media errs by allowing itself to become the story
Newsbreak, Wednesday, Feb. 22: In today’s headlines, we look at more state budget cuts, a health project in Belmont, and repairs for the Lee County Agri-Center. And in sports, Ole Miss seeks to improve its linebacker play.
Suspect arrested in slaying of Lauderdale County family – About 2 minutes ago
OleMiss basketball celebrates a win at Humphrey Coliseum Day After Observations – About 5 minutes ago
3 month bridge closure planned on CR 295 – About 6 minutes ago
UPDATE First responder dead in wreck involving ambulance Names of dead, injured released – About 30 minutes ago
jpatton Yes, can you make it to the Journal office – About 37 minutes ago
New assistant ready to cure Rebels defensive ills Peveto expects improvement from linebackers – About an hour ago
Ole Miss wins at home while Bulldogs stumble Baseball updates – About an hour ago
Belmont students prepare to kick off community project Will focus on health and wellness – About an hour ago
Qualifying deadline approaching for municipal elections James Hull to challenge Travis Beard in Ward 3 race – About an hour ago
Lyles stands tall against Bulldogs Holly Springs cruises past Aberdeen djpreps – About an hour ago
Pirates' late play clips Eagles' wings Coffeeville eliminates West Union djpreps – About an hour ago
County moves toward tightening utility bills Energy audit could net some long term savings – About an hour ago
First Furniture Academy grad lands job Carla Shackelford is working for Kevin Charles Furniture – About an hour ago
Red Raiders Champ comes through just like a champ Scores 27 in win over Greenwood djpreps – About an hour ago
Homecourt sweep Sophomore shrugs off broken nose, scores 24 Ingomar girls, boys advance in playoffs djpreps – About an hour ago
Tupelo puts road funding request before legislature Part of larger effort to fund road, bridge repairs – About an hour ago
Supervisors approve money for agri center repairs Also, board hires back one employee – About an hour ago
Rebels pull away from Bulldogs in overtime Tyree comes up big in extra period – About an hour ago
Notebook Saiz returns to form against rival Notches 23 points, 10 rebounds – About an hour ago
TV starts give thumbs up to Tupelo flip This one has life – About an hour ago
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Rebels pull away from Bulldogs in overtime
By Logan Lowery Daily Journal STARKVILLE – I.J. Ready missed the previous outing against Ole Miss with a calf injury, a game that resulted in an 88-61 loss in Oxford on Jan. 31. The Mississippi State senior provided a big impact in the return meeting with a huge steal with 6.7 seconds remaining and following […]<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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