Posts Tagged ‘newspaper’

After 150-plus years, newspaper ceasing publication with merger

SARDIS — After more than 150 years in business, The Southern Reporter will cease publication at the end of September. The Sardis-based newspaper will put out a final edition on Sept. 26 and merge with The Panolian. “This was a difficult decision, we appreciate all of our loyal subscribers and advertisers during the last 15 years,” […] [...]

Coast newspaper sues DMR, Pickering over records request

GULFPORT — A Gulf Coast newspaper has sued the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources and state Auditor Stacey Pickering to get access to more records from an audit of the agency. The Sun Herald reports that it filed suit yesterday in Harrison County Chancery Court, seeking to require the MDMR and Pickering to make the […] [...]

Newspaper recognizes tech company for excellent workplace

by MBJ Staff Published: April 30,2013

Tags: award, computer, high technology, information technology, media, newspaper, remote, software, support, workplace

JACKSON — Bomgar has been named one of the top companies to work for in Atlanta by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. In the small business category of the AJC’s Top 100 Workplaces for 2013, Bomgar was ranked as the No. 4 company to work for in Atlanta. Any Atlanta company with more than 50 employees is […] [...]

Newspaper told to add Pickering as defendant in public records case

by Associated Press Published: April 24,2013

Tags: bench, decision, judge, judicial, juducuary, justice, media, newspaper, public records, ruling, state agency

BILOXI — Chancery Judge Jennifer Schloegel has ruled she cannot force the Mississippi Department of Resources to provide the Sun Herald records the agency no longer possesses. Schloegel ruled the newspaper would need to add the State Auditor’s Office as a defendant in a public records lawsuit it filed against the DMR. The Sun Herald […] [...]

AP: Bryant’s office told agency to stall gun permit record requests

by Associated Press Published: March 14,2013

Tags: blog, blogger, executive, governor, media, newspaper, public information, public record, state government

JACKSON — Gov. Phil Bryant’s staff suggested that the Department of Public Safety should delay fulfilling requests for gun permit records until a law could be enacted to shield them from public scrutiny, emails obtained by The Associated Press show. The emails, obtained under a public records request, show Bryant staff counsel Jack Wilson on […] [...]

DMR employee’s house searched; pols give back money

BILOXI — Investigators have searched the home of Tina Shumate, coastal management and planning director at the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources. David Huggins, who heads the Investigative Audit Division of the State Auditor’s Office, tells The Sun Herald a search warrant was served at Shumate’s home Tuesday. Huggins would not release any details about […] [...]

Newspaper sues state agency to get financial records

by Associated Press Published: January 17,2013

Tags: bench, case, court, financial records, judge, judicial, judiciary, justice, law, lawsuit, legal, media, medium, newspaper, public records, state agency, sue, suing

BILOXI — A Gulf Coast newspaper has sued the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources to get access to some financial records. The Sun Herald reports it filed suit in Harrison County Chancery Court. The Sun Herald is seeking a judge’s order compelling MDMR to produce the records. The newspaper also asked for a hearing on […] [...]

One Faulkner lawsuit tossed, Sony lobbies to dismiss another

OXFORD — The estate of William Faulkner has settled a copyright lawsuit against Northrop Grumman Corp. and The Washington Post Co. for using a Faulkner quote in a newspaper ad by the defense contractor. U.S. District Judge Henry T. Wingate in Jackson dismissed the lawsuit Dec. 12. Terms of the settlement are sealed. The Faulkner […] [...]

Commission sides with newspaper in school test-cheating probe

by Associated Press Published: September 13,2012

Tags: achievement, cheat, commission, education, ethics, media, newspaper, open records, probe, public education, school, score, state agency, student, teacher, test

GREENWOOD — The Mississippi Ethics Commission has sided with the Greenwood Commonwealth newspaper and says the state Department of Education should hand over documents from any probe of possible cheating on achievement tests in Leflore County. In a non-binding opinion issued last Friday, the Ethics Commission agreed with the newspaper that such documents are public […] [...]

Journal Inc. launches new lifestyle magazine

by Associated Press Published: August 27,2012

Tags: launch, lifestyle, magazine, media, newspaper, publication, publishing

TUPELO — Journal Inc. has launched Mud & Magnolias, a Northeast Mississippi lifestyle magazine focusing on food, home and garden, travel, people, outdoors, fashion and pop culture. The bimonthly magazine will guide readers through the aspects of everyday life in the region and state, as well as showcase to the rest of the world the […] [...]

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