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Tuesday, March 31, 2020

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Tupelo Transit Driver Tests Positive for Covid-19

PRESS RELEASEContact Information:Lucia Randle, Communications DirectorCity of Tupelo662.841.6525lucia.randle@tupeloms.govTUPELO TRANSIT CLOSING UNTIL APRIL 7, 2020FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:Tupelo, MS, March 31, 2020On Monday,...

Cemeteries and Switches

Friends, I was just thinking back when we were kids — "we" being all us brothers and a couple of cousins. We were known to come up here and play in the old cemetery! Did yall ever...

Government Officials Confiscate “GATHER” Signs From Tupelo Homes

TUPELO- Due to public uncooperation during the COVID-19 pandemic, the local government cracks down on removing anything that encourages social proximity. The main culprit? Home decorations that say the word “gather.” Tupelo officials...

Hedrick’s Martial Arts Offering Online Classes

While families are spending their days inside due to a “Stay at Home” order because of Coronavirus concerns, HMA martial arts is bringing classes right to their homes. These are hard times for all of...

When Your Honey-Dos Turn Into Don’ts

Just an update! Yesterday, Pam left me a list of things to do around home. Here is what happened! I went down to the shop to get something, and while I was down...

A Short List of Churches Live Streaming

We've been called to stay home, but there are plenty of local houses of worship streaming their services live over the internet. Pardon us in advance if we missed any, and feel free to let us know...

Coronavirus Thwarts Local Man’s Lifelong Dream Of Yelling “Free Bird!” At Lynyrd Skynyrd Concert

TUPELO- Tupelo resident Mel Faggard was not please when he arrived at the BancorpSouth Arena Friday night to see Lynyrd Skynyrd just to find out the the concert wasn’t happening.“I rolled in honking...

Shoes and Shovels

Friends, you know how some people go looking for trouble? Well I've never had to go far! I could always just find one of my brothers and trouble would show up pretty quick!The...

Despite Coronavirus Threat, Barnes Crossing Potholes Will Remain Open

TUPELO- Despite precautionary measures being taken on a local level to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, including prolonging Spring Break for schools and event cancellations, the potholes at the Mall at Barnes Crossing will remain open. 

Coronavirus Impact: Healthy Blood Donors Urgently Needed

TUPELO, MS — Amid novel coronavirus (COVID-19) prevention measures, Vitalant and other blood centers nationwide are urging healthy individuals to donate blood — and organizations to maintain scheduled blood drives — to ensure patients have the lifesaving...

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18: Episode 18: April’s Doppelganger

*Warning: Explicit language and content*In episode 18, we discuss April’s unfortunate doppelganger & Nazi war criminal, Ilse Koch.Host: April...

Tupelo Transit Driver Tests Positive for Covid-19

PRESS RELEASEContact Information:Lucia Randle, Communications DirectorCity of Tupelo662.841.6525lucia.randle@tupeloms.govTUPELO TRANSIT CLOSING UNTIL APRIL 7, 2020FOR...

The Rundown 3/31/2020

Good morning, Tupelo and beyond. It’s Tuesday, March 31st and it's the 91st day of the year. On...

7: Catch a Tiger By The Toe

This episode covers the none other than the Tiger King! Why on earth did I get sucked into this new show on Netflix? My...

The Rundown 3/30/2020

Good morning, Tupelo and beyond. It’s Monday, March 30th and it's the 90th day of the year. On...