About Todd Vinyard

I'm the online editor of Journal, Inc. I manage content on these community news sites and work with the print staffs from Journal, Inc.. Help with training and coordinating breaking news with a staff of around 40 along with weekly news staffs.

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General Election 2013 Coverage

Live results from around Northeast Mississippi, including Benton County from DJournal.com. Check with us throughout the night for results. All results unofficial. Click here for results.

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Christmas storms injured 22, slammed 188 buildings in Mississippi

The Associated Press PEARL — The storms that ripped through Mississippi on Christmas Day injured 22 people and damaged or destroyed nearly 188 buildings in a dozen counties, the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency reported Friday. It said 65 of the buildings — 57 homes and eight businesses — were destroyed, with major damage to another […]

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Immigration issues up in air for ‘13 session

Bobby Harrison NEMS Daily Journal JACKSON – A key legislative advocate in efforts to strengthen Mississippi’s laws to curb the number of undocumented immigrants in the state says he is not sure how the issue will be dealt with during the upcoming 2013 session. “I don’t have anything definitive in the way of plans for […]

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Food Giant purchases E. W. James, Webster’s Supermarket

By Hank Weisner Southern Sentinel RIPLEY – The Giant just got bigger. The Food Giant grocery chain – which has a store in Ripley — has purchased the E. W. James grocery store in south Ripley, as well as Webster’s Supermarket in Ashland. Both new acquisitions will be known as Food Giant stores. The goal […]

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Welcome to chickasawjournal.com!

Hello! Glad you’ve picked us for news about Chickasaw County. This is the all new http://chickasawjournal.com/ powered by you and the Chickasaw Journal newspaper staff. We hope you find this new version easier to get around on and find the local information only we provide. Again we’re glad you are here, and let us know […]

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Remembering victims of crime

In this Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012 photo Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood, a Chickasaw County native,  addresses the families and friends of victims of violent crimes during an annual tree-lighting ceremony at the Walter Sillers Building on High Street in Jackson, Miss. During the ceremony, loved ones added ornaments to the tree in memory of […]

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