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Candlelight Vigil Held On Heels Of National March

Pro life activists encouraged with President Trump's address to national march, other events that could signal end to abortion on demand.
3 days ago
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’24 Hours Of Homelessness’

Volunteers spend a night and day as a homeless person, sleeping at Tupelo's Salvation Army, walking through the area as they look for next meal.
4 days ago
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Volunteers Hard At Work For 55th Annual Tupelo Charity Ball

Junior Auxiliary of Tupelo's Charity Ball funds ongoing projects helping thousands of young people throughout the year.
7 days ago
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MLK Birthday Celebration Draws Hundreds

Speakers urge people to follow Dr. King's example of non violence when confronting injustices.
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Lee County Youth Groups Meet For Disciple Now

Young people from all over Lee County are coming together for the weekend and helping each other grow in their faith.
3 weeks ago
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Family Pushes DA To Re-Present Case

Family of Amiya Braxton say new witnesses, better understanding of law could mean case goes before Grand Jury for a second time.
3 weeks ago
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Shelter In The Cold

Record cold temperatures prompt Salvation Army to keep doors opened throughout the day.
3 weeks ago
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Mooreville House Fire Follow Up

Family loses all belongings in house fire, friends, strangers quick to respond.
4 weeks ago
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Salvation Army Helps Homeless During Cold Snap

Salvation Army allows people to stay in community center during the day when temperatures drop, sleep in gym if shelter full at night.
4 weeks ago
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Video: Lawmakers Expected To Look At Lottery Issue In Upcoming Session

Lawmakers split on lottery for Mississippi.