Posts Tagged ‘Mississippi Delta’

Mississippi Economic Council Annual Meeting

JACKSON- Music is a big part of Mississippi’s heritage, according to some of the state’s public and private business leaders. [...]

Mississippi’s cultural identity

Heritage areas important to state’s tourism future Planning is underway for Mississippi’s two newly-designated National Heritage Areas, which promote and protect the regions’ cultural and historical identities. The Mississippi Hills and Mississippi Delta received the designations through federal legislation in 2009, giving Mississippi its third designation of the 49 in the United States. The Mississippi […] [...]

GrowDelta to hold another event

CLARKSDALE — The GrowDelta Initiative is slated to host its second event this year Dec. 5 at the Cutrer Mansion in Clarksdale from 8:45 a.m.-4:30 p.m. The non-profit organization, founded by Charles Noble, Ph.D., and Emily Broad, JD, is a collaboration of community leaders, businesspeople, citizens from around the state and others who are looking […] [...]

Cleveland officials: Lost population not real

by Published: August 24,2009

Tags: Blues, census, Mississippi Delta, population, Sales Tax

Population figures released recently by the Census Bureau don’t contain any major surprises. The Mississippi Gulf Coast was the hardest hit as far as population loss, with Long Beach having lost 29 percent of its residents after Hurricane Katrina, highest in the state. Moss Point was in the top five, having seen 12 percent of […] [...]

GrowDelta holding workshop

by Published: July 1,2009

Tags: Mississippi Delta, small business, workshop

CLARKSDALE — A workshop for anyone thinking about starting a small business in the Mississippi Delta is scheduled July 11 in Clarksdale, sponsored by the newly formed GrowDelta Initiative. The workshop is set for 9 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Cutrer House/Coahoma Higher Education Center. Participants will learn how to manage small business finances, tap into […] [...]

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