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Downtown will be filled again with the smell of smoked meat with the grand opening of Earnest B's Barbecue on Tuesday.
The Mississippi Highway Patrol reports one death in a wreck Thursday morning about 12 miles east of Grenada on Highway 8. Highway Patrol officials identified the fatality as .
Tupelo Mayor Jason Shelton will leave today for a whirlwind trip to North Carolina to try to convince a group of softball tournament teams and organizers to hold events in the city.
"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.
Latosha Isby, 27, of Tupelo, was charged Tuesday afternoon with the murder of Eric Isby, 24, who died of a gunshot wound early Tuesday afternoon.
Last week my family spent Thanksgiving in a cabin at Tishomingo State Park. It'd been a dream of mine for quite a while, and this year we finally made the commitment.
Pat Hamilton was born and raised in Michigan and then lived in Wisconsin for another 23 years before finally making her way to the South in the late 1980s.
Sherman Mayor Ben Logan filled the role of expert witness in municipal law, government and planning during today's Lee County Chancery Court hearing related to doubling the size of the town of 650 residents through annexation.
With the finalization of Renasant Bank's merger with M&F Bank, the last six of nine planned branch closures will be completed by Monday.
Longtime Tupelo educator Sherry Davis received unanimous confirmation from the City Council today to fill an unexpired term on the school board.
A Tupelo man died Tuesday afternoon around 3 p.m. at the North Mississippi Medical Center from a gunshot wound sustained early this morning in a family dispute.
JACKSON -- A man charged with sending poison-laced letters to President Barack Obama and other officials is scheduled to appear in court on Wednesday on a new charge.