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House District 17 candidates talk education
Hill’s busy summer paves way for new school year
District Attorney’s race draws current, former prosecutors
Two challenge incumbent for Lee County tax collector’s post
Three vie for open Lee County circuit clerk position
Trio of experienced candidates vie to represent District 5
- RC 2015
Stories Written by Joe Rutherford
Do you or someone you know plan to vote by absentee ballot in the Aug. 4 primary?
Does your home county need additional manufacturing investment?
By Joe Rutherford Daily Journal JACKSON – The political spotlight in the 2015 race for Transportation Commissioner in the Northern District shines brightest on the contested Republican primary in Aug. 4 voting. Incumbent Commissioner Mike Tagert, Starkville, is running for re-election against GOP opponent Jimmie Mills, Tupelo, an engineer who formerly headed the Tombigbee River […]
Do the main highways where you live need major maintenance work?
Did you or someone you know benefit from the United Way Back 2 School Resource Fair this weekend?
Do you plan to vote in the Aug. 4 primary elections?
Have you followed debate about fully funding the MAEP?
Did you participate in last week’s Tupelo Night Out event?
Will redevelopment of the West Jackson neighborhood from Clayton to the BNSF Railroad bring more homeowner families back to the area?