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Zack Orsborn | Buy at photos.djournal.com Lucia Randle preps sale markers for Reed’s Black Friday sales. The Mall at Barnes Crossing location will open its doors at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving.
By Zack Orsborn
TUPELO – For more than 35 years, Jack Reed Jr., the president of Reed’s department store, has experienced the rush of shoppers on Black Friday.
To him, Black Friday shoppers – mainly mothers, daughters, aunts, sisters and grandmothers – mirror duck hunters.
“People say, ‘How can men get up at 4 in the morning in the freezing cold and camp out,’” Reed said.
By Emma Crawford Kent
TUPELO – The state of Mississippi and Gov. Phil Bryant were highlighted in a new study on school Internet connectivity for continuing efforts to bring high-speed access to the state’s public schools.
Education Superhighway, a non-profit organization focused on providing Internet access to public schools across America, cited in its “State of the States” report that 75 percent of Mississippi schools meet the minimum goal for Internet access as defined by the Federal Communications Commission.
With this percentage, Mississippi ranks 26th nationally.
The FCC has set this goal at 100 kbps of bandwidth per student, which represents the minimum Internet capacity needed for a school to implement digital learning.
President Barack Obama has set a goal to have 100 percent of schools nationwide meeting that goal by 2018.
According to the report, a typical school district in Mississippi will need to grow bandwidth at least threefold to meet the expected increase in demand by 2018.
The report also highlighted Mississippi Gov.
By William Moore
TUPELO – Tupelo Mayor Jason Shelton is not only looking for new faces for the city’s committees, he is asking for names and addresses.
The administration is in the process of going through the 16 boards, committees and commissions that allow citizens to help run the city. The terms of some members have expired and they will have to be replaced.
“We are still early in the process,” Shelton said.
Thomas Wells | Buy at photos.djournal.comJoe Meacham signs his newest book “Destiny and Power” at Reed’s GumTree Book Store on Tuesday.
By Joe Rutherford
TUPELO – Jon Meacham, signing copies Tuesday morning of his new book, “Destiny and Power/The American Odyssey of George Herbert Walker Bush,” at Reed’s GumTree Bookstore, said the first Bush president is a “much more complicated man” than many perceive, and could be described as “Mr.
By Riley Manning
TUPELO – A number of local organizations are doing their part to keep struggling families fed this holiday season with the fifth annual Food 4 Families food drive. The drive will last through Dec. 11.
Collected items will go to the Mid-South Food Bank in Memphis and the Mississippi Food Network located in Jackson.
TUPELO – United Blood Services is hoping that while people are giving thanks this holiday season, they will also come to the donor center at 4326 S. Eason Blvd. to give blood.
The first 50 donors who donate blood today will receive a $15 voucher to Palmer’s Supermarket to be used for the purchase of any food item.
Appointments can be scheduled at www.bloodhero.com or by calling (662) 842-8871.