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Capitol View: New Jersey-based EdBuild presented its education funding formula for Mississippi's public schools on Monday. Capitol Bureau chief Bobby Harrison breaks down what transpired during the hearing, which produced more questions than it provided answers.
Renasant announces record earnings, plus 190M merger with Metropolitan Bank via dennisseid – About 49 minutes ago
State of the State Governor touts potential state lottery, education reform – About 55 minutes ago
Prentiss County men charged with kidnapping – About 4 hours ago
Military jet crashes at Naval base in Mississippi 2 eject – About 4 hours ago
New law waives election to fill superintendent vacancy – About 4 hours ago
Houston man killed in Jackson accident – About 4 hours ago
Comfort Suites to open in Tupelo in about a year via dennisseid – About 5 hours ago
Local libraries receive Toyota grants Will help buy new computers, more books – About 5 hours ago
Okolona man arrested in Amory armed robbery – About 6 hours ago
Schaefer adds Arkansas transfer Danberry – About 6 hours ago
Joyner's Womack named Teacher of the Year She's been at it just 5 1 2 years – About 6 hours ago
Bulldogs in the NFL – About 6 hours ago
Beamer among 3 new playoff selection committee members – About 8 hours ago
Today at tupeloschools board meeting 2017 Teacher of the Year is named Brittany Womack, first grade teacher at Joyne – About 8 hours ago
Howland previews Kentucky – About 8 hours ago
OUR OPINION Strong investment in early childhood education still needed – About 10 hours ago
CHARLIE MITCHELL Other states choose sovereignty, but not Mississippi – About 10 hours ago
ROGER WICKER Trump deserves to have team in place on Day One – About 10 hours ago
Letters to the Editor Jan 17, 2017 – About 10 hours ago
Panel tables plan for judges to be elected with party labels – About 10 hours ago
JACKSON (AP) – A new Mississippi law says local school boards can appoint replacements for elected superintendents who resign in the...
Arkansas musicians The Lark and the Loon stopped by the Daily Journal last week during a visit to Tupelo to play at Blue Canoe. Watch as...
While Northeast Mississippi has historically placed a significant emphasis on education, a new report shows there is still work to be done...
Ole Miss is off to a 1-4 start in SEC play, less than ideal. If you’re wondering about the possibility of a Rebels’ turnaround...
Postgame interviews: Ole Miss
No. 4 Mississippi State moved to 19-0 overall and 5-0 in the SEC with its 73-62 victory over in-state rival Ole Miss. Head coaches Vic Schaefer and Matt Insell spoke after the game along with guards Victoria Vivians, Dominique Dillingham and Alissa Alston.<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
VIDEO: Newsbreak, Jan. 17, 2017
VIDEO: The Lark and the Loon music performance
VIDEO: Newsbreak, Jan. 16, 2017
VIDEO: Daily Journal Fall Sports Banquet
Rocky Topped: Rebels curtail 28-game slide to UT