Hey there, people. TIPsheet is back and still recovering from a sinus infection, which is as much fun as it sounds. So back to work I go, and as we ponder whether helicopter parents are required to have a pilot’s license – judging by how many there are in Tupelo, I’m thinking it’s not very well regulated – let’s take a glance at the top stories from today’s Journal.
• Tuition program reopens in fall – This is a good thing, I reckon, but college is still too expensive. I have a child heading to college in 2015, so I’m studying up on Walter White‘s money-making methods. I’m calling it the Heisenberg College Fund.
• William Faulkner Scenic Byway proposed for state Highway 30 – Oxford and New Albany are connected by Highway 30, and of course both have strong connections to the author. So yeah, milk that cow dry like Tupelo milks Elvis.
• Revenue estimate may increase today – More money for the upcoming fiscal year budget? Take it to Tunica!
• Rebels’ LT Tunsil has Georgia on his mind – Ole Miss let freshmen football players talk Monday, and Laremy Tunsil said he’s eager to see the Rebels play in the SEC Championship game in Atlanta. Freshmen say lots of things.
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