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    Chili For the past 14 years, the Downtown Tupelo Main Street Association (DTMSA) has held the annual Chili Festival located on Broadway Street.  This event has become very popular over the years and the competition continues to grow. The 15th Annual Chili Fest will be held on Friday, October 10, 2014. Teams are encouraged to register within the next few weeks to reserve their space and compete for the ultimate first place title, “Make You Wanna Slap Your Mama Good!”

    Teams of four members compete against other teams in a number of prize categories.  Not only are the teams judged on their chili, they are also judged on presentation, team spirit, costumes, most creative tent and the most original theme.  Teams can be made up of friends, co-workers, relatives, clubs or anyone who likes to have a good time and has a great chili recipe.  The entry fee is $40 if you register by Friday, September 19th.  Team registrations will be accepted, as space is available for $50 until October 1st.

    The 15th Annual Chili Fest is presented by AT&T and sponsored by Bud Light.  “This is a great Downtown event and we are proud supporters of community events,” said Tommy Taylor of Bud Light.  Contact DTMSA at 662.841.6598 or go to www.tupelomainstreet.com for event details and registration form. Or click here for a registration form.


    A WORK SESSION IS SCHEDULED FOR TODAY, MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 2014, IN COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 2ND FLOOR, CITY HALL BUILDING, 71 EAST TROY STREET.

     

                TIME:            4:00 P.M.

     

    DISCUSSION ITEMS INCLUDE:

               

    (A)             POLICE ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING

    (B)              SCHNEIDER ENERGY AUDIT

    (C)             ORDINANCE AMENDING CODE OF ORDINANCES,

    CHAPTER 13, ARTICLE IV, SMOKING BAN ORDINANCE


     

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    Robert Carnathan of the Tupelo Police Department was honored Tuesday for 20 years of service to the City of Tupelo.

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    At the Aug. 5, 2014, meeting of the Tupelo City Council, Mayor Jason Shelton honored several Tupelo firefighters for their 15 years of service to the city.

    Those receiving certificates included: Paul Bailey, Rodney Robinson, Andy Sheffield, Steve Shaffer and Brad Robinson.for fire dept page


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