The Mississippi Association of Public Fire Safety Educators will hold its annual conference April 15-16 at the Holiday Inn & Suites, 923 N. Gloster St., Tupelo.
The class is open to all law enforcement officers, emergency medical services and fire department personnel at no cost.
Beginning at 1 p.m., the association will host a class on response to terrorist bombing with instructors from New Mexico Tech presenting the four-hour class. This is a Performance Level IRTB class, which provides basic information on explosive and incendiary devices that could be used as terrorist weapons.
Classroom topics include: understanding the terrorist threat, improvised explosive devices, safety issues, and departmental or agency policies to ensure compliance with local requirements.
Tupelo Power & Light customers who use search engines to find the link to pay their bills online should find the city link in the main menu.
The only official and authorized website to pay a utility bill with Tupelo Water & Light is www.tupeloms.gov. Other third-party sites, such as doxo.com or mycompanycatalog.com are not authorized by the Tupelo Water & Light Department to receive payments.
Any customer who chooses a site other than the official City of Tupelo web site will experience a posting or crediting delay of six to 10 days to their utility account, which could place them in jeopardy of disconnection.
A work session is scheduled for 4 p.m., Tuesday, March 31, in City Council Chambers on the second floor of City Hall, 71 East Troy St.
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Please help Tupelo Parks & Recreation and the Autism Center of North Mississippi support Autism Awareness Month by purchasing a bracelet for $5. All proceeds will go to the Autism Center of North Mississippi.
Tupelo Parks & Recreation office, 655 Rutherford Road, will have blue balloons on April 2 - World Autism Day. Please stop by and purchase a bracelet and get a blue balloon.
For more information, call 662-841-6440
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You may pay your Tupelo Water & Light bill online by following this link