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Stories Written by Thomas Wells
The Tupelo Public School District held its annual homecoming parade on Thursday afternoon downtown.
A closer look at East Main Tire in Tupelo.
The annual Festival on the Field was held at Robins Field on Wednesday evening.
Health Week is put on by HealthWorks!, and the program is funded by a grant from Toyota Mississippi.
Students met their teachers at the Early Childhood Education Center in Tupelo on Tuesday. A new school year starts today.
This week’s photo essay takes a look inside One-hour Martinizing Cleaners in Tupelo.
Daily Journal chief photographer Thomas Wells captured scenes from the 18th annual Elvis Presley Festival in Tupelo this past weekend.
Chief photographer Thomas Wells captured the scene at the annual Blue Suede Cruise event in Tupelo this past weekend.