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Stories Written by Adam Robison
Daily Journal Hanger Clinic, in business in Tupelo since 1993, helps those with physical challenges overcome obstacles and lead productive and independent lives.
Daily Journal Chris Crawford of Saltillo made his first knife in 2001, having learned the skill from the late Ted McMinn of Mooreville. As the years passed, he has sharpened his skills and gained experience. He starts with bare materials and finishes with a handcrafted knife. He starts with making his slip-joint knife by steel […]
The Salvation Army distributed its Angel Tree gifts on Friday at Building 5 of the Tupelo Furniture Market.
The Tupelo Automobile Museum is all decked out for Christmas.
The annual Lighting of Ballard Park took place Thursday night.
Daily Journal Tupelo resident Mike Olmstead has been a bicycle mechanic since 1980. He once owned Bicycle Shop and Rackets located on West Main Street where he sold bikes, tennis rackets and accessories. He also serviced what he sold. He closed his business in January 2000. When Trails and Treads opened in 2004, he came […]
Students from Classical Conversations in Corinth took a field trip to the Pumpkin Patch at the Tupelo Buffalo Park and Zoo on Monday.
Craig McMillen, a certified farrier/journeyman with more than 20 years of experience, shoes horses all over this part of the state and into Alabama. The tools used in his mobile operation include a propane forge, an anvil, a creaser, rounding hammer, tongs and hook knife. Recently, McMillen was at his home fitting shoes for his […]
The RAT Pack (Reject All Tobacco), a group formed by Starkville High School students, performed at Milam Elementary on Wednesday.