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WEST POINT - A man wanted in connection with a fatal Sunday night shooting turned himself in to authorities Monday and is being held on a $1 million bond. Richard Raines is accused of the shooting death of Curtis Williams Jr. at the Relax Inn on Highway 45 North. During his initial court app…

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BOONEVILLE - Each May, Northeast Mississippi Community College graduates line up along Cunningham Boulevard to process into Bonner Arnold Coliseum for the college’s annual commencement ceremonies. This year, however, due to restrictions on large social gatherings and distancing guidelines du…

According to the Amory Police Department, Antonio D Little, 31, of Amory was charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance with intent-enhanced (methamphetamine). Bond was set at $10,000 by Monroe County Justice Court Judge Brandon Davis. Little is out on bond.

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The Mississippi State Department of Health reported 206 new cases of COVID-19 and 10 new deaths. Of new cases, 23 were from residents in long-term care facilities (LTC).

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As Nancy New spent hundreds of thousands of welfare dollars to lobby, her private school companies received nearly $1.3 million from the state's public education budget.

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Q: I’m single, have no kids and I’ve paid off all my debt. I’m ready to move to Baby Step 3, and increase my emergency fund to cover three to six months of expenses. Now that I’m gaining control of my finances, the idea of leaving apartment life and owning a home is more appealing. Should I …

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TUPELO - On Monday, the Natchez Trace Parkway will join 30 National Park Service units across 12 states and the District of Columbia in hosting a virtual commemoration saluting America’s fallen soldiers.

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TUPELO • The city’s Memorial Day ceremony is scheduled to go on Monday, but precautions will be in place to comply with recommendations that mass gatherings remain largely curtailed or restricted amid ongoing transmission of COVID-19.

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TUPELO - People who love to camp out but are reticent with the COVID-19 pandemic still looming will get a chance to camp out at almost two dozen national parks this weekend — including one ion their backyard.