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Prep Rally: Brad Locke and Gene Phelps take a look at the basketball landscape as division tournaments draw near. Also on this week's episode, a recap of the state soccer championships, some changes coming to softball and track and the Athletes of the Week.
Tishomingo students return following bomb threat – About 3 minutes ago
Pontotoc County woman follows in mother s footsteps Meet our Cook of the Week – About 14 minutes ago
Cook of the Week Edith Matthews recipes – About 14 minutes ago
GINNA PARSONS Asian meatballs sweet and spicy – About 19 minutes ago
Walnut man charged with sexual battery of vulnerable person – About 29 minutes ago
OUR OPINION Team Thirty Six shapes an idea for success – About an hour ago
BOBBY HARRISON Democratic chairs growing hard to find – About an hour ago
MARTY RUSSELL At this time of year, mosquitos don t seem so bad – About an hour ago
Letters to the Editor Feb 10, 2016 – About an hour ago
UPDATE Ransomware attack takes Oxford School District captive Release of progress reports to be delayed – About 2 hours ago
Lady Royals win non division game Hammock scores 12 off bench for New Site – About 2 hours ago
Super Bulldog Weekend set for April 15 17 at MSU Features spring football game, baseball series – About 2 hours ago
Walmart Neighborhood Market still on track in Tupelo Set to open this summer – About 2 hours ago
Lee County man charged with Barley Courts killing Argument led to gunfire – About 2 hours ago
Gators complete season sweep of Rebels Ole Miss falls by 5 on road – About 2 hours ago
Bulldogs avenge earlier loss MSU runs away from Arkansas – About 2 hours ago
Tishomingo schools dismiss early for bomb threat Multiple school districts reportedly received such threats – About 2 hours ago
Tupelo chief shows off new building to officers Project about 5 months from completion – About 2 hours ago
AP report details Ole Miss allegations Source tells Journal that Freeze violations are minor – About 3 hours ago
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- Six louse-y things kids have to say about head lice (Sponsored)
- TPSD moves forward with storm shelters
- Finances, emotions conflict with possible school closures
- Tupelo chief shows off new building to officers
- Tishomingo schools dismiss early for bomb threat
- Lee County man charged with Barley Courts killing
By Emma Crawford Kent Daily Journal IUKA – Tishomingo County Schools students returned to school this morning after being dismissed...
By Riley Manning Daily Journal Stop, collaborate and listen, a lineup of classic ’90s-era pop acts including Vanilla Ice, Coolio,...
Thousands of Northeast Mississippians probably think what might have been each time they hear about a high school junior or senior who...
By Gene Phelps Daily Journal SALTILLO – To say Saltillo boys basketball coach Craig Lauderdale enjoys watching his team clicking on all...
Mayor recounts city’s successes during State of the City
By Caleb Bedillion Daily Journal TUPELO – Looking back over the recent past, Mayor Jason Shelton says he sees the signs of future success. That’s the message conveyed by Shelton during the State of the City address he delivered Monday afternoon at the BancorpSouth Conference Center. “The state of our city is strong, the state […]
Shepherd’s Center nears 25th anniversary
Prep Rally podcast: Tupelo hoops and soccer playoffs
VIDEO: A tribute to Jack Reed Sr.
Prep Rally podcast: Tupelo’s big win, soccer playoffs begin
Prep Rally podcast: Big basketball matchups