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    Daily Journal The Autism and Others family support group will host a fun and informative event Saturday to assist those growing up with developmental disabilities. The program is open to individuals and families of all ages and their will be canvas painting for children and light snacks at the 11 a.m. event at Caring Heart […]

    Mississippi’s continuing refusal at the legislative level to fund public education at an optimum level has inspired a group of parents statewide to form the Mississippi Public Education Political Action Committee, a first in our state. The PAC is non-partisan and solely focused on a mission to recommend and elect pro-public education candidates to the […]

    It’s official. In a ceremony held last week in Washington the Guinness World Records folks presented the New Horizons mission team with a certificate officially certifying that the group overseeing the spacecraft which arrived a year ago at Pluto had established a new world record although, in this case, it should probably have declared it […]

    By Kathleen Hennessey and Calvin Woodward Associated Press PHILADELPHIA – It’s her party now. Democrats’ historic handoff to Hillary Clinton has arrived with affection from one ex-president and an endorsement from an outgoing one. But it’s also come with a warning: That last glass ceiling isn’t shattered yet and Republican Donald Trump is a formidable […]

    Daily Journal The court case stemming from the assault arrest of Mississippi State freshman defensive end Jeffery Simmons in March was settled on Tuesday in Macon. The case drew national attention after a video of him hitting a woman was posted online. Simmons was found guilty of malicious mischief and pleaded no contest to a […]

    By Stephen Hawkins Associated Press IRVING, Texas – Sarah Thomas was never hit by the pressure of being the first woman to be a full-time NFL game official until after her first season on the job. It wasn’t until this past offseason that Thomas pondered what really happened after accomplishing her goal, which was to […]

    Associated Press NEW YORK – Jedd Gyorko of St. Louis homered in both ends of the doubleheader, but New York’s Bartolo Colon pitched three-hit ball for seven sharp innings and the Mets beat the Cardinals 3-1on Tuesday night for a split. Gyorko homered has connected seven times in nine games. His two-run shot helped St. […]

    By Adam Ganucheau and R.L. Nave Mississippi Today PHILADELPHIA – Several thousand people gathered at the Neshoba County Fair on Tuesday to hear Donald Trump Jr. speak about his father’s candidacy for president. Trump spoke for about five minutes, referring to his father’s position on several issues and expressing his appreciation for Mississippi’s support. Donald […]

    Daily Journal OXFORD – Local music shop The End of All Music in Oxford was listed as one of the 10 greatest record stores in the U.S. by USA Today on Tuesday. The article cited not only the record store but also Square Books as “one of the country’s greatest book stores.” Joining Oxford on […]

    Daily Journal TUPELO – Some streets downtown will be temporarily closed Saturday while a public demonstration takes place. A group called Our Lives Matter 2 has planned a march for Saturday morning. To accommodate it, the Tupelo Police Department has said it will close a handful of streets starting at 10:15 a.m., until the marchers […]