Today, we discuss the new transportation proposal from House Speaker Philip Gunn, Salvation Army’s need for new box trucks, and an upcoming strategic planning meeting for the Tupelo Airport. And in sports, a plan to restructure the divisions in Class 1A high school football was rejected.
Today, we discuss the Area 11 Special Olympics held at Tupelo High School, Saltillo officials hoping a second-round of flushings will solve the city’s water issues, and the expansion of Tupelo’s police advisory board advancing before the city council. And in sports, Ryan Summers was hired as…
Today, we discuss gains made by Mississippi students in eighth-grade reading, a poll showing priorities of Mississippi voters, and the possibility that attendees will be able to buy beer at Guntown’s July 4th celebration. And in sports, Mississippi State receiver Malik Dear is back at full s…
Today, we discuss Cindy Hyde-Smith being sworn in as the first woman to represent Mississippi in the U.S. Senate, a case of tuberculosis being reported at Ole Miss, and members of Tupelo’s Junior Auxiliary donating food for hungry students at Tupelo High School. And in sports, a retirement c…
Today, we discuss the latest recovery trip by Eight Days of Hope, a slowdown in state revenue collections during March, and the Autism Center’s annual fundraising run. And in sports, the Mississippi State baseball team uses a walk-off home run to win the three-game series against Ole Miss.
Today, we discuss a report saying that Mississippi’s economic development incentive programs are paying off, news that Republican Andy Taggart will not enter the special election for U.S. Senator, and the beginning of construction for the Salvation Army’s new homeless shelter. And in sports,…
Today, we discuss school leaders working to balance emergency prep with student anxiety, Tuesday night storms bringing damage to Northeast Mississippi, and a new resource to connect volunteers with opportunities. And in sports, Ole Miss hired Yolett McPhee-McCuin as its next women’s basketba…
Today, we discuss Tupelo Mayor Jason Shelton entering the U.S. Senate race, witnesses remembering the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s final days, and a newly formed nonprofit that strives to assist women. And in sports, Lafayette and New Albany high schools hire new basketball coaches.
Today, we discuss Lee County leaders purchasing a Shannon property to use as an ambulance substation, allergy season being in full bloom, and the band Counting Crows coming to Tupelo. And in sports, two Ole Miss baseball players earn weekly honors from the SEC.
Today, we discuss an effort to contact voters removed from the Lee County rolls, a review of Tupelo’s road repair efforts, and a former Tupelo Police detective being laid to rest. And in sports, the Mississippi State women’s basketball team falls just short in a close national championship game.
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