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Service is an important word to Itawamba Community College instructor Ashley Brown of Blue Springs. Fresh off a nine-month deployment to Kuwait, Brown has returned to the classroom this fall as an industrial maintenance, robotics and electrical technology instructor at the Belden Center. He …

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When a carnival comes to town, people expect to have some fun. Almost no one expects the carnival to be a catalyst for criminal behavior and chaos. The carnival currently on the parking lots of the Tupelo Furniture Market at 1879 Coley Road turned out Saturday night to provide a backdrop for…

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FULTON - Coach Billy Wayne Todd, 90, passed away Saturday, August 21, 2021, at his home surrounded by his family. He was born September 17, 1930 to the late William Todd and the late Vance Bell Todd of the Hurricane Community in Pontotoc County. Billy was a U.S. Navy Veteran during the Korea…

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This usually is the time of year that Mississippi alumnus Sid Seal is putting the final plans in place for the pregame tailgate parties he has organized for the last two decades. Ole Miss bills itself as the school that offers “the most iconic tailgating in college athletics” with fans flock…

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WASHINGTON — The deadly attacks on our American Service Members and innocent civilians are tragic and heartbreaking. My prayers go out to those who were injured and to the families of those who were killed.

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The Lee County Sheriff's Department (LCSD) is seeking information on the whereabouts of Joshua A. McCaleb. McCaleb was last seen in the Hushpuppy Road area around midnight on July 18.

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Everyone was masked up back in the winter of 2020, settling for elbow or fist bumps and washing hands many times back then, especially when going to the grocery store or one of the dreaded big-box places.

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Last week my friends at Paramount sent a new horror classic — A Quiet Place II. It releases on July 27 4K UHD, Blu-ray and DVD.

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Sunday, the Fourth of July, marks the 245th birthday of the United States. Unlike last year when most celebrations were cancelled because of virus fears, several Lee County municipalities have scheduled events for this weekend.

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Northeast Mississippi Community College is turning to one of its own to rebuild the men’s and women’s tennis programs. Mark Gilliland has been selected as head coach of both the Lady Tigers and Tigers. His duties begin immediately with competition resuming during the upcoming school year. “O…

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CSI: NY started in September of 2004, with forensic investigators Mac Taylor (Gary Sinse), Stella Bonasera (Melina Kanakaredes), Danny Messer (Carmine Giovinazzo), Aiden Burn )Vanessa Ferlito) and Sheldon Hawkes (Hill Harper) going through evidence, DNA and the like to solve some of the toug…

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Denzel Washington puts his all into the characters he portrays, defining them by their grace, dignity, humanity, and inner strength. He does that again in The Little Things.

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U.S. Representative Trent Kelly (R-Miss.) is pleased to announce the appointment of Jaxon Nolan to the U.S. Naval Academy. The Fulton native is an Itawamba Agricultural High School Senior. Jaxon is an excellent student who is ranked fifth in his class. He is a motivated student who demonstra…

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Perception is often more important than reality. I’ve said it many times, and this new release Judas and the Black Messiah proves it once again.

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Who could forget Rod Sterling saying?, “You are about to enter another dimension. A dimension not only of sight and sound, but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land of imagination. Next stop, the Twilight Zone!”

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I’ve only been to New York City one time, back in 1965. I was nine-years-old. Note to parents and grandparents of boys — to be honest I don’t have vivid memories about much.

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Washington. D.C. – The American Tree Farm System® (ATFS) is pleased to award Garron Hicks of Tupelo, Miss., and Assistant Forest Health Chief with the Mississippi Forestry Commission (MFC), with its 2021 National Leadership Award. The award recognizes the efforts of extraordinary volunteers …

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Randy Lee Riviere (pronounced “Ri-VEER) has done something different, he’s gone solo. Prior to Wyoming, he was putting out cool music under the moniker Mad Buffalo, via which he released four albums.