Posts Tagged ‘Stephen McDill’

Mastering Mixed-Use Developments, Part 1

COLUMBUS- Columbus developer Chris Chain talks with MBJ-TV about his company and how it is has transformed old boarded up buildings into residential and retail hot spots from the Golden Triangle to the Gulf Coast. [...]

45th Annual Canton Flea Market

CANTON- Nash Nunnery and Stephen McDill visit Canton for a behind-the-scenes look at a Mississippi institution, the twice-annual nationally-known Canton Flea Market. [...]

Southern Entrepreneurship Program

HATTIESBURG — MBJ-TV photojournalist Stephen McDill travels to Hattiesburg to visit with highschoolers gathered at the University of Southern Mississippi to compete for top honors in the Statewide Business Plan Competition for 2010. [...]

Miss. Council on Economic Education Winners’ Reception

JACKSON- MCEE’s top economics students from across Mississippi gather at Millsaps College in Jackson to receive awards for their academic accomplishments in the 2009-2010 year. [...]

Gov. Barbour’s take on workforce development

JACKSON- Gov. Haley Barbour speaks on workforce development in Mississippi and its impact on the automotive industry at a symposium at the Mississippi College School of Law in Jackson. [...]

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. [...]

Gov. Barbour announces revised budget cuts

JACKSON- MBJ-TV attends Gov. Haley Barbour’s Wednesday press conference in Jackson. [...]

State scrutinizes levee board

FLOWOOD- The Mississippi Attorney General’s office is cracking down on the Rankin-Hinds Levee Board. [...]

Bynum on MDA High-Def Tourism Photos

JACKSON- MBJ-TV takes a look at the Mississippi Development Authority’s new high-defintion 360-degree photo gallery of the Magnolia State’s hottest tourist attractions. [...]

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