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Firm chooses Rings

John Rings has joined the accounting firm Carr, Riggs & Ingram, LLC, as the business development executive for the Jackson office. Rings will serve as a CRI advocate while cultivating community relationships, identifying potential client opportunities, and ensuring exceptional customer service. With a successful history of market development in the medical physician sector, he offers CRI demonstrated abilities in developing ...

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Hospital recognizes workers

River Oaks Hospital “Associates of the Year” were announced recently at an employee meeting. Brad Farmer received the River Oaks Associate of the Year award. Since 1995, Farmer has been an associate at River Oaks where he currently serves as the laboratory’s point-of-care testing supervisor. Farmer started as a student, was hired as a lab assistant, graduated from the Medical ...

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Clayton joins Ross & Yerger

Travis Clayton has joined the Ross & Yerger Insurance Inc. Future Partner Group sales team. He graduated from the University of Texas with a degree in business and marketing and then attended the University of Mississippi where he received his MBA. Clayton came to Ross & Yerger from Hancock Bank Trust & Asset Management where he was an institutional business ...

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Clayton joins Ross & Yerger

Travis Clayton has joined the Ross & Yerger Insurance Inc. Future Partner Group sales team. He graduated from the University of Texas with a degree in business and marketing and then attended the University of Mississippi where he received his MBA. Clayton came to Ross & Yerger from Hancock Bank Trust & Asset Management where he was an institutional business ...

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Eddie Huang combines words and food for winning combination

The weather was cold with drizzling rain, but that wasn’t enough to keep devoted readers and writers away from the 20th Oxford Conference for the Book. For reading addicts, Oxford is one of the state’s meccas with Square Books and Rowan Oak among the regular attractions. This conference brought together a wide range of fiction and non-fiction writers to discuss ...

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Blackberry Records executive, entertainment lawyer break down gospel industry’s roots and future

Gospel music has come a long way from the days of pews, robes and organs. While other music genres are seeing some sales decline, gospel sales are solid and more radio stations and labels are bending an ear to the next generation of the multi-million dollar industry while older performers continue to sell out venues with live performances. Blackberry Records ...

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Hancock brings in Brown

Hancock Fabrics Inc. has hired James B. Brown, 44, as executive vice president and CFO. Prior to joining Hancock, Brown was employed by Fred’s Inc., in Memphis where he served as senior vice president, finance from November 2011 to March 2013, being promoted from his earlier positions of vice president, planning and analysis and assistant controller. He started his accounting ...

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Grace named director

The advertising and creative production firm Mad Genius recently welcomed Pshone Grace as its new media director. Grace brings 15 years of experience in media planning, buying and advertising.

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Webb enters Hall

Kathryn Webb, Singing River Health System volunteer and former employee, has been inducted into the Mississippi Nurses Association Hall of Fame. She was nominated by the District 6 Mississippi Nurses Association representing Jackson George and Green counties. Webb is an active volunteer at Singing River Hospital, having previously worked in the surgical department at Singing River Hospital in 1958 after ...

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