Friday Dec 13
The Mississippi Press
Mississippi Business Women/Gulf Coast celebrate by providing Christmas for CASA children
Members of MBW/Gulf Coast met at El Saltillo's Restaurant on Tuesday at 6 p.m. to enjoy Christmas dinner together.
A bright night: Parade puts crowd in Christmas spirit
The 2013 Reed's Tupelo Christmas Parade brightened the night for those lining Main, Robins and Jefferson streets on Tuesday.
Saltillo Parade set for 7 p.m.
Saltillo Police Chief Grant Bailey said officers will begin directing traffic between 5:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. At 6:30 p.m.Mobile Street will be completely closed from Cartwright Avenue to Front Street.
Berthay denies he knew about trooper's misbehavior
Berthay, who lives in Saltillo, insists he was never called upon to make any disciplinary decision about then-trooper Christopher Hughes before Berthay retired in June 2010.
Five historic buildings on Saltillo tour
They include the Bostic House at 312 Mobile St., the J.W. Jones House at 173 N. 2nd , the Wesson Home at 305 N. 3rd, the Presbyterian Church at the corner of N. 2nd and Walnut and the Woodman offices at 386 Mobile St. Tickets are $5 each and include tours of all five buildings.
Tupelo School Board now filled
The Tupelo School Board is once again at full capacity after the City Council confirmed Sherry Davis on Tuesday night.
Car burglaries strike Tupelo, Saltillo neighborhoods
"I had a GPS, which they left behind, but they took my iPod," said Karen Brenton, who lives in the South Thomas Street area of Tupelo.
Feds accuse Saltillo man on child porn, minor-sex charges
Alan W. Crisostomo of Saltillo faces three federal charges associated with claims he sought to entice two minors to produce child pornography.
No one injured in Saltillo house fire
The fire on County Road 885 broke out sometime between 10:30 and 10:45 a.m. Saltillo and Mooreville firefighters responded to the scene.
'Every little bit helps' for annual luncheon
Hundreds of volunteers helped plate, serve and deliver more than 3,000 meals at the nonprofit agency's 44th annual event on Thursday.
Our Opinion: Facilities play big role in success of schools
The Lee County School District's process of planning for improvements and additions at most of its schools has not been hampered by a termite-and-black-mold delay in a structure on the Guntown School campus, the kind of flexibility needed in undertaking a major capital investment.