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Illinois company buys another facility in Columbus

COLUMBUS — Agracel Inc., an industrial development firm headquartered in Effingham, Ill., has purchased of the 137,700-square-foot Mississippi Steel Processing (MSP) operation in Columbus. The facility sits on the campus of Severstal North America. Terms were not disclosed. MSP is a relatively new company offering toll processing, storage and logistics and first-stage fabrication of hot […] [...]

Court rules in clinic dispute involving St. Dominic, HMA

CANTON — The Mississippi Supreme Court has granted a motion from St. Dominic Health Systems to dismiss its appeal of a judge’s order that it did not have a binding contract to buy an outpatient surgery clinic in Canton. The dismissal order was made public by the court late last week. St. Dominic had argued […] [...]

City, state to hold second sale of tax-forfeited property

GREENVILLE — Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann and Greenville Mayor John Cox are hoping the second round of tax-forfeited land sales in Greenville will be just as successful as the first. In a joint press conference, Hosemann and Cox announced the public sale of another 94 parcels of tax-forfeited land, valued at $210,000. “I would […] [...]

State buys more property on Gulf island for $8M

MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST — The state of Mississippi has bought 217 more acres of Cat Island to set aside for public use. About one-third of Cat Island is part of the National Park Service’s Gulf Islands National Seashore and BP purchased about one-third of the island following the 2010 oil spill from the Boddie family, […] [...]

One of city’s oldest buildings gets new owners

NATCHEZ — A new owner plans to breathe new life into one of Natchez’s oldest structures. Natchez native, chef and restaurateur Regina Charboneau, her husband Doug and their son Jean Luc recently purchased King’s Tavern. Over the next several months, the family plans to clean up the property and eventually reopen the restaurant as early […] [...]

Stockholders approve sale of casino for $869M

VICKSBURG — The sale of Ameristar Casino will mark the second gambling house buyout in Vicksburg in less than a year. The stockholders of Las Vegas-based Ameristar Casinos Inc. last week approved the company’s planned acquisition by Pinnacle Entertainment. The all-cash transaction is estimated to be valued at $869 million. No change to Ameristar’s brand […] [...]

The First buys Alabama bank for undisclosed sum

HATTIESBURG — The First Bancshares Inc. has acquired First National Bank of Baldwin County, Ala. Terms of the acquisition, announced yesterday, were not made public. Officials say the acquisition expands The First into Alabama with five new branches. The First will now have 24 locations in Mississippi, Louisiana and South Alabama. The First will now […] [...]

County to buy abandoned warehouse, industrial property

NATCHEZ — Adams County has agreed to buy a 450,000-square-foot warehouse at the Natchez-Adams County Port. County board of supervisors President Darryl Grennell says the warehouse will help economic development in the area. The warehouse on the Mississippi River houses products loaded on and unloaded off barges. The port has operated the warehouse for Valley […] [...]

Prospective buyer approaches supervisors about hospital

NATCHEZ — Less than five years after Adams County failed to find a buyer for county-owned Natchez Regional Medical Center, at least one interested buyer recently emerged. The Natchez Democrat reports the potential buyer approached several Adams County supervisors. Supervisor Mike Lazarus says it’s too early to tell what will come from the inquiry, but […] [...]

County looking to buy land from alternative fuel company

NATCHEZ — Adams County officials are continuing talks on buying the former International Paper site from Rentech. The Natchez Democrat reports supervisors met Monday and board attorney Scott Slover said no decision has been made. The IP mill was once home to the area’s biggest employer but was shuttered in 2003. Rentech purchased the property […] [...]

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