Posts Tagged ‘Greenville’

IKE TROTTER — The importance to budgeting

by Ike Trotter Published: October 4,2013

Tags: banking, finance, Greenville, Ike Trotter, Mississippi

What do most think of when establishing a budget? For most of us, it’s the “oftentimes” painful process of trying to live within one’s income — which is never an easy process. And while a case could be made that this financial process is more effective when introduced at the early part of the year, […] [...]

Advisor Today features Greenville’s Ike Trotter

by Ross Reily Published: September 27,2013

Tags: Business, Greenville, Ike Trotter, Mississippi

Ike Trotter was recently featured in Advisor Today financial magazine. Scheduled for the September/October digital edition, Trotter was interviewed for a national podcast series on “Building a More Successful Practice.” Advisor Today, which offers both a paper and digital edition, is a publication of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors. Trotter has been […] [...]

Mississippi River Marathon hopes for growth in second year

by Clay Chandler Published: August 23,2013

Tags: Arkansas, fitness, Greenville, Lake Village, marathon, Mississippi River Marathon, running

The organizers of the Mississippi River Marathon in Greenville and Lake Village, Ark., are hoping to build on last February’s success. This was the first year for the marathon and half-marathon, which starts in Lake Village and ends in Greenville, but it still managed to attract more than 1,300 participants from 37 states and three […] [...]

Greenville preparing for second tamale festival

While it remains a mystery just how the romance between the City of Greenville and hot tamales began, few question the Delta community’s right to hold the title of Hot Tamale Capital of the World. A simple dish of Mexican origins consisting of a usually corn-based dough called masa filled with meat, cheese and/or other […] [...]

Trial rescheduled for woman accused of bribing ex-school superintendent

OXFORD and GREENVILLE— The trial of a Georgia businesswoman on federal charges of paying bribes to a former superintendent of schools in Greenville has been rescheduled for Oct. 7 in Oxford. The Delta Democrat Times reports that Edna Goble’s attorneys had sought time to review more documents provided by the government. Her trial had been […] [...]

City of Greenville hires Korey Adams

by MBJ Staff Published: May 24,2013

Tags: Delta, Greenville, Korey Bennett Adams

Greenville City Council recently voted to hire Korey Bennett Adams for the manager position in the Water Department. Born and raised in Greenville, Adams attended Jackson State University and majored in psychology. In 1998, Adams graduated at the top of his class with magna cum laude honors. After college, Adams took a position as career […] [...]

Renee Flynt made Craftsmen’s Guild president

by MBJ Staff Published: May 3,2013

Tags: Craftsmen's Guild of Mississippi, Greenville, Renee Nick Flynt

Renee Nick Flynt was recently elected president of the board of directors of the Craftsmen’s Guild of Mississippi. A native of Greenville and graduate of the Mississippi University for Women, Flynt’s professional career included a decade of service on the staff of U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran. She has an extensive background in public service and […] [...]

Lee receives award

by MBJ Staff Published: February 15,2013

Tags: Greenville, McDonald's, Sandra Lee

Sandra Lee, crew trainer of the McDonald’s restaurant on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Greenville, was recently named 2013 Great Southern Region Crew Person of the Year. An employee at the restaurant for only 17 months, Lee quickly rose from an hourly employee to crew trainer. As part of her duties, she trains new […] [...]

Officials hope designation kicks off redevelopment wave

by Clay Chandler Published: December 7,2012

Tags: Greenville, National Register of Historic Places, redevelopment

Greenville’s downtown was placed on the National Register of Historic Places last month, and officials there are hoping it spurs a wave of redevelopment for the area. The entire process took more than two years, and involved surveys, hiring consultants to help the Commission navigate the process, procuring grant money to pay those consultants and […] [...]

Read December 7 issue of MBJ

by MBJ Staff Published: December 7,2012

Tags: architects & engineers, BancorpSouth, Greenville, Iron Horse Grill, Twin Creeks

>> BANKING New BancorpSouth CEO has big plans for Tupelo-based bank— by Ted Carter Also in this week’s paper: >> DINING Landmark Iron Horse Grill returns to Jackson by Ted Carter >>ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Downtown Greenville lands on National Register of Historic Places— by Clay Chandler >> ENERGY What did Twin Creeks vetting process miss? — […] [...]

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