Posts Tagged ‘Mississippi College’

Health summit a tool for small business

Mark A. McComb is a pretty smart guy. As associate professor of management sciences at Mississippi College, he knows a little more than the average guy about our nation’s health care system. He also is aware that many are not ready for implementation of parts of the Affordable Heath Care Act that are scheduled for […] [...]

Read October 8 issue of the MBJ

>> RETAIL MSU in negotiations with new developer for CottonMill— by Clay Chandler Also in this week’s paper: >> ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Compton dedicated to improving the economy in Hancock County— by Lynn Lofton >>REGIONALISM Choctaw, Webster and Montgomery counties plan development partnership— by Clay Chandler >> HEALTHCARE Health summit a tool for small business— by […] [...]

The “jewel” of Main Street

Bob Wilson, executive director, Mississippi Main Street Association (MMSA), said Clinton is really one of the “jewels” of the Main Street program. “There are a lot of things that figure into its success,” Wilson said. “From the beginning, Main Street Clinton was fortunate to have a very supportive mayor and city council. Mayor Rosemary Aultman […] [...]

MSU scholar dies

Literary scholar Noel Polk, whose work focused on the writings of William Faulkner, Eudora Welty and other Southern authors, has died at the age of 69. Polk, a professor of English at Mississippi State University and editor of “The Mississippi Quarterly,” taught at the University of Southern Mississippi from 1977 to 2004. He had given […] [...]

Michael Rushing is lead conductor of MC community education mission

Dr. Michael Rushing is an assistant professor of music at Clinton’s Mississippi College, where he oversees the master’s degree in piano pedagogy and directs the college’s Taylor School. He was previously instructor of piano at Jones County Junior College in Ellisville. He taught at the Montessori School of Saint Andrews (preschool through sixth grade) and […] [...]

Read August 27 issue of the MBJ

>> JOURNAL INC. BUYS MBJ Mississippi’s Journal Inc. buys MBJ Also in this week’s paper: >> SPORTS Batesville trees a big one— by Clay Chandler >>RESHORING ‘Total cost’ calculations tilting manufacturing equation in favor of U.S.— by Ted Carter >>TRANSPORTATION Rail Authority forges ahead in wake of grant rejection— by Clay Chandler >> ROSS REILY Ownership transition […] [...]

Staples joins firm

Rebekah K. Staples has joined the law firm Butler, Snow, O’Mara, Stevens & Cannada, PLLC. Staples joins Butler Snow’s Government Relations Practice Group as a governmental relations advisor and will focus on public policy, strategy and government relations. Staples served as policy director for Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves and as policy advisor to Gov. Haley […] [...]

Bourne made VP

by Published: May 13,2012

Tags: BankPlus, Jay Bourne, Mississippi College

Jay Bourne was recently promoted to first vice president in BankPlus‘ Commercial Lending Group. Bourne has over six years of experience in the banking industry and has been with BankPlus for six years. A native of Columbia, Bourne holds a bachelor of science and MBA from Mississippi College. He and his wife, Joy, have two […] [...]

Rice says wouldn’t return as secretary of state

CLINTON — Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says she wouldn’t want to hold that position again. >> BUSINESS BLOG Former secretary of state, KiOR board member Condoleeza Rice visits Mississippi>> “You should never go home twice,” Rice told reporters at Mississippi College in Clinton. Rice visited the school Tuesday to address benefactors at a […] [...]

Keeping Our Eye On: Mary Margaret May

Jackson soprano vocalist Mary Margaret May is back with another release of classical and inspirational songs. I Asked the Lord (available on iTunes, Pandora and Amazon.com) is the third album from May, who got her start singing in church and at Jackson Preparatory School. She earned a bachelor’s in vocal performance from Mississippi College where […] [...]

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