7 hrs ago
Cooks of the Week: Friends share love of cooking with marathon sessions
For 20 years, Rebecca Lawrence and Melinda Trapp have been getting together to cook labor-intensive meals to share with house guests.
12 hrs ago
Mobile office headed to Tupelo to help veterans
The Mobile Service Office of the Disabled American Veterans will be in Tupelo next week to help area veterans with benefits.
16 hrs ago
Tupelo Farmer's Market update: Cold, wet weather hurts some farmers, helps others
Jimmy Sheffield of Mooreville gets bags ready for customers at the Tupelo Farmers' Market on Tuesday.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Tupelo council stalls on development code changes
After speeches and recognitions for outgoing Mayor Jack Reed Jr. and two council members, the Council voted to approve lingering items for the current administration's priorities, but not all passed.
Tupelo HS tennis standout signs to play at ICC
Itawamba Community College Hall of Fame tennis coach Paul Johnson announced the signing of Tupelo High School standout Drew Ballard on Tuesday.
Today's paper said Cooper Tires had been bought by an Indian tire company. Cooper is the last US owned tire company in operation.
Tupelo cancer doc part of international study
A Tupelo oncologist and his advanced lung cancer patients have been a part of evaluating a promising new medication.
TCPS, Corinth, Oxford win All-Sports Awards from Clarion-Ledger
Three Northeast Mississippi high schools won the Jackson Clarion-Ledger's 2012-13 All-Sports Award - Tupelo Christian Prep , Corinth and Oxford .
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Shannon bar blocked from reopening
A Memphis business owner and former owner of a popular bar in Shannon recently tried to reopen the business, but were denied by Shannon aldermen.
Plantersville park looking to get a facelift
Plantersville officials are applying for $200,000 in grant to make improvements to the Grant Wuichert Park, which has been the site for baseball and softball for years.
Suspect in recent Tupelo fast food restaurant robberies arrested
A 32-year-old Qunicy, Michigan man is facing two counts of armed robbery in Tupelo.
Fire hydrant locations going on GPS
TUPELO, Miss. = -- Fire departments in Saltillo and Tupelo are logging each of their cities' fire hydrants' coordinates on a GPS.
Shelton's swearing-in to emphasize his roots
Mayor-elect Jason Shelton will emphasize his east Tupelo roots and the city's top tourist attraction during his July 1 swearing-in.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Police: evidence backs up self-defense in Tupelo shooting
Police say evidence backs up a Tupelo man's statement that he was defending himself when he shot and killed a neighbor on his back porch.
Leslie Criss: Gardening guru only one of Dad's many great gigs
"'The monsters are gone.' 'Really? Doubtful.' 'I killed the monsters. That's what fathers do.'
Tupelo steps up AP emphasis
Tupelo High School chemistry teacher Teresa Ware, second from left, leads students, from left, Rachel Lee, T.J. Springer and Trey Jenkins through an experiment.
3Qs: Jim Goodwin, chairman of Tupelo Planning Commission
As the city of Tupelo looks for future growth, Jim Goodwin, chairman of the city's Planning Commission, discussed with Daily Journal reporter Robbie Ward some challenges and current projects facing the city.
HOMEGROWN: Lakefront Gardens
Whether you are starting from scratch or just in need of some improvements, Mark Summers is ready to offer a consultation on how you can improve your lawn year-round.
Defense lawyers want review of cases involving pathologist Dr. Steven Hayen
Some defense lawyers are calling for an independent review of cases in which pathologist Dr. Steven Hayne has testified.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Her Discerning Eye :: Annie Leibovitz's 'Pilgrimage'
"Sometimes you have to please your own sweet self" could be the tagline for Annie Leibovitz's latest show "Pilgrimage," now at the San Jose Museum of Art.