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Capitol View: Capitol Bureau reporter Bobby Harrison joins Brad Locke to talk about the big economic development projects and the role played by former Tupelo Mayor Glenn McCullough in securing them. There are some concerns about the project's tax breaks, as expressed by Sen. Hob Bryan. Also today, Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann has some election proposals he hopes to get passed this session.
Tupelo mayor recounts city's successes Jason Shelton delivered his annual State of the City address today – About 13 minutes ago
UConn and South Carolina set for 1 vs 2 showdown MSU women remain 11th in poll – About an hour ago
That concludes tupmayorsoffice State of the City address – About an hour ago
State of our city is strong, unified, growing JS – About an hour ago
Shelton running through highlights of TUPELO PLAN, which was key part of his campaign Focuses on various community development projects – About an hour ago
City's COO Don Lewis is Tupelo's MVP, Mayor Jason Shelton says – About an hour ago
City's Municipal Court next Fine repayment service for community service recognized – About an hour ago
Tupelo Fire Department next up Chief Thomas Walker's response to 2014 tornado, involvement with MakeAWish foundation lauded – About an hour ago
Shelton moves to tupelopolice next Police Athletic League making a difference in young people's lives JS – About an hour ago
Human Resources department next Smallest city department, but has big impact, Shelton says Plant A Seed program runs through department – About an hour ago
In house City Attorney Ben Logan up next Shelton admits decision to switch legal services was controversial, but has resulted in savings – About an hour ago
City's Finance Department next up Shelton says city CFO Kim Hanna is best in state, helps keep city on track – About an hour ago
Tupelo Water Light next Work done by TWL personnel during annexation work key to welcoming new city residents – About an hour ago
City's Development Services department next up Relationships with contractors, homeowners have strengthened and helped grow city – About 2 hours ago
Tupelo Regional Airport next up for Shelton Mayor says Director Cliff Nash undertook rough situation, working to improve facilities – About 2 hours ago
The BCSARENA and Conference Center getting recognized now Facilities bring in thousands to city from across region – About 2 hours ago
Next up, downtowntupelo and Director Debbie Brangenberg Downtown renovations, other work keeping Tupelo a cool place – About 2 hours ago
Shelton moves to tupeloparkrec next on city department recognition Parks and Rec staff key in recruiting sports related tourism events – About 2 hours ago
Tupelo CVB up next Marketing efforts by CVB staff have brought people, tax dollars to city – About 2 hours ago
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By Zack Orsborn Daily Journal TUPELO – One Sunday afternoon three years ago when Jack Price, retired police officer, was driving along Thomas Street, he nearly hit a cyclist riding along underneath the shade of a tree. Price’s eyesight had been steadily worsening from Macular degeneration that caused his eyesight to dim without sunlight. “When […]
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