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Topic - Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal is an award winning, and the largest, daily newspaper in northeast Mississippi. It was first published in 1872. It is published in Tupelo, Mississippi, and owned by Journal, Inc. (formerly known as Journal Publishing Company, Inc.) which also owns eight weekly community newspapers such as The Itawamba County Times, the Pontotoc Progress, the Southern Sentinel, the Chickasaw Journal and the New Albany News-Exchange. - Source: Wikipedia
An ATV accident has claimed the life of a Smithville teenager.
Authorities say a 22-year-old pedestrian has died after being struck by a truck on U.S. Highway 78.
A former Tippah County constable died when the ATV he was driving was struck by a vehicle Sunday afternoon.
Corinth police are investigating the weekend gunshot death of a taxi driver.
The Tupelo City Council has authorized separating city reserves from the money needed to pay operational expenses like payroll, fuel and supplies.
The Tishomingo County coroner says the body of a boater missing since Friday night has been found in waters of the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway near Bay Springs Lake.
Tupelo schools superintendent Gearl Loden has a pay raise to go along with a new contract.
Officials in Tupelo and Lee County have completed paperwork and approvals to contract with private companies to aid recovery from last week's tornado.
Gov. Phil Bryant has signed more than 100 bills that fund state government and assorted other proposals that passed during the final days of the 2014 legislative session in early April.
The founder of the Abner's Famous Fried Chicken Tenders chain says news about his filing for Chapter 11 protection in bankruptcy court has sparked unfounded closing rumors.
Hancock Fabrics says it plans to stop being a publicly traded company, allowing executives to focus on improving its business.
Mississippi could borrow $20 million to help Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. update its factory in Tupelo, Miss.
For three days starting Friday, the Tupelo Ballroom Dance Club will go all-Elvis.
An almost-finished ribbon of pavement to provide an uninterrupted four-lane link from U.S. Highway 45 in Tupelo to Interstate 55 in Batesville is projected to open in mid-June.
Saltillo officials expect to see fewer vehicles being sold along the city's main roadways beginning May 1.