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Arkansas musicians The Lark and the Loon stopped by the Daily Journal last week during a visit to Tupelo to play at Blue Canoe. Watch as they perform a pair of songs for... [Read More]
An Amory man has been arrested and is accused of burglarizing a home. Kevin Matthew Brown, 23, was charged with grand larceny, according to the Amory Police Department. The arrest comes after an... [Read More]
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By Chaning Green Oxford Citizen OXFORD — Visit Oxford is coordinating with different hotels in town to get ready for their first ever Hotel Hop as a part of their inaugural weeklong event,... [Read More]
The sudden subtraction on Friday of freshman Nate Morris from the Ole Miss basketball team doesn't take away significant points, rebounds or blocked shots. It does, however, take away rest time for Sebastian... [Read More]
From events honoring a monumental leader to the showcasing of a new addition to an early childhood education facility, there was plenty of good news to share last week throughout Northeast Mississippi. Before... [Read More]
Anyone facing a hospital stay for themselves or a family member should look at new data the government released right before Christmas showing that it penalized 769 of the nation's hospitals for having... [Read More]
During his Senate confirmation hearing, Dr. Ben Carson, secretary of Housing and Urban Development-designate, told a story. He said his mother was a domestic who cleaned beautiful homes. One day she asked him... [Read More]
Good health coverage needs to be top priority In the Daily Journal, Jan. 10, Sen. Roger Wicker continues his seemingly endless criticism of President Obama and the Affordable Care Act. Why? The elections... [Read More]
By Logan Lowery Daily Journal STARKVILLE – Mississippi State has a chance to make history tonight. The fourth-ranked Bulldogs are vying for their 19th straight victory, which would be the best start ever... [Read More]
Associated Press ARLINGTON, Texas – Aaron Rodgers didn't need another Hail Mary this time. Maybe just a "Half Mary." Rodgers threw a 36-yard pass to a toe-dragging Jared Cook on the sideline, and... [Read More]
Looking Back The Bulldogs knocked off Arkansas on the road Tuesday, 84-78, and won their third straight outing with a 67-59 victory over defending SEC Champion Texas A&M at home on Saturday. Looking... [Read More]
Looking Back The Rebels were 0-2 for the week losing to Georgia and at South Carolina by an average margin of 16.5 points. They shot just 27.5 percent from the floor in losing... [Read More]
Wake up and get ready for your day with the Daily Journal's Newsbreak — a quick summary of news, sports, weather and everything else Northeast Mississippi to keep you informed and updated on... [Read More]
By M. Scott Morris Daily Journal The 2017 edition of the Tupelo High School band won't be the first group of Tupelo musicians to march down Pennsylvania Avenue. Nearly 28 years ago, another... [Read More]
By Bobby Harrison Daily Journal Jackson Bureau JACKSON — Corporate tax collections peaked in Mississippi in fiscal year 2015 at $714.1 million, just as overall tax collections peaked for the state during the... [Read More]
By M. Scott Morris Daily Journal BALDWYN — Luke and Hillary Gardner's most recent birthday plans were preempted, but they had plenty of advanced warning. A pregnancy app on her phone had predicted... [Read More]
By W. Derek Russell Daily Journal HATTIESBURG — Tupelo Community Theatre has done it again. For the sixth year in a row, TCT has won the Warren McDaniel Award for Best Production at... [Read More]
By Jeff Amy Associated Press JACKSON — As Gov. Phil Bryant cut state budgets by $51 million last week, he and Republican lawmakers went through the ritual obligations of sorrow and dismay. So... [Read More]
Daily Journal The Lee County Sheriff's Department is seeking the public's help in locating a missing person. William Westmorland, 36, was last heard from around 7:30 on Friday night. The department received a... [Read More]
A boil water notice has been issued for the entire city of Fulton. Mayor Lynette Weatherford said in a press release Sunday morning that the boil notice was issued due to a "major... [Read More]
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