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  • Tishomingo County Archives And History Museum

    In 1995, when TCHGS was chartered, our goal was to someday establish a county archives. The Tishomingo County Archives & History Museum became a reality in 2003. This courthouse is the third courthouse for Tishomingo County. It has played an important role in the live...

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  • City Of Iuka

    History: The city of Iuka was named after Chief Iuka, pronounced eye-you-ka, which is actually a contraction for the longer name of Ish-ta-ki-yu-ka-tubbe. The Chief was an endorser for the Treaty of Pontotoc Creek, dated October 20, 1832. Iuka was founded in 18...

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  • Tishomingo County School District

    Mission: Tishomingo County Schools, in partnership with parents and the community, strive to educate all students to be productive, responsible citizens by providing a safe, challenging environment that inspires lifelong learning and service. Vision: The vision of ...

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  • Northeast Regional Library - Iuka Branch
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  • Iuka Baptist Church

    Mission: Encounter Christ in Worship; Empower her people for ministry; Evangelize the world to Christ. Goal: The goal of Iuka Baptist Church is to introduce people to Jesus Christ. The Christian faith is all about a personal relationship with Chris...

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  • Iuka Gospel Chapel

    A fellowship of believers focusing on those who seek a new beginning, those who want to become more Christlike, and want to learn more about living a holy life, and for those who are yearning to grow in love and compassion, and the building of family relationships....

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  • Iuka United Methodist Church

    History: In 1857 the golden spike marking the completion of the old Memphis and Charleston Railroad was driven, the rail lines were complete and the town of Iuka was being planned. In this time period this section of Mississippi was under the jurisdiction of the Memphis Con...

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  • Pilot Club of Iuka
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  • Rockin’ on the River Festival

    Please join us for the Rockin’ on the River Festival on Saturday, May 20, 2017 as we celebrate Mississippi’s Bicentennial and Armed Forces Day. We will kick off summer during one of the largest outdoor, recreation and leisure festivals in the area. The Festival w...

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  • Iuka Country Club
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  • Iuka Drive-In
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  • Iuka Heritage Festival

    WELCOME to Iuka, located in the northeast corner of North Mississippi.  Our Iuka Heritage Festival began in 1987 as a one day event.  Iuka has a diverse heritage including Indian heritage, Civil War Battle of Iuka, a railroad town, and our world famous Mineral Spri...

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  • JP Coleman

    Perched on a rocky bluff overlooking the Tennessee River J. P. Coleman State Park offers the finest in all types of water sports. Visitors experience unmatched sailing, swimming, skiing and fishing for Smallmouth bass in the sparkling waters of Pickwick Lake and enjoy campin...

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  • Woodall Mountain - Mississippi Highpoint

    Woodall Mountain, located 5 miles southwest of Iuka is the only state high point that was subject to a battle during the Civil War. The Battle of Iuka was on September 19, 1862. Woodall Mountain was renamed in 1887 in honor of Tishomingo Sheriff Zephaniah H. Woodall....

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  • J.P. Coleman State Park

    Perched on a rocky bluff overlooking the Tennessee River, J.P. Coleman State Park offers the finest in all types of water sports. Visitors experience unmatched sailing, swimming, skiing, and fishing for Smallmouth bass in the sparkling waters of Pickwick Lake, and enjoy camp...

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  • Tishomingo County Development Foundation

    Some Tishomingo County Advantages Located halfway between Memphis and Huntsville with four-lane connections to I-55, I-65, I-22, and I-40 Higher Education for Tishomingo County stud...

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  • Iuka Farmer's Market

    The official opening is June 14thCovered sheds are available beside Iuka WalmartOpen 6 days a week, closed on SundayProduce or crafts must be home grown or homemadeVendors must be from Tishomingo County or adjoining countyVendors must have current permit from Farm Bureau Off...

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  • The Battle of Farmington-Iuka
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  • Tishomingo High School
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Iuka Town Facts

Iuka, Mississippi. Population for Iuka from the last gathering is 3059. You can view Iuka venues that host many Iuka MS events every year.

You can find a ton of properties for sale if you search the Iuka page on Zillow. Interest rates for Iuka are at historic lows as well.

Iuka Mississippi has a latitude of 34.82720184326172 and a longitude of -88.21649932861328. View the full profile

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