Posts Tagged ‘Tiger Woods’

True South Classic is ready to introduce itself

Six weeks before the True South Classic tees off, the tournament’s big marketing push is about to start. Tournament officials hope the campaign will drive ticket sales, something that’s already “tracking well,” according to the executive director. “Traditionally we’ll spike once all the (advertising and marketing) efforts get completely going here shortly,” said John Marovich, […] [...]

OUTDOORS WITH DR. JOHN WOODS: Death of a small outdoors business

Without naming names this is still a story to tell. It’s not about failure or bad business decisions or even poor management. It is more about market forces, constrains on running a small business, underfunded operating capitol, a prevailing “mom and pop” operating philosophy, knock off brands, and watching competitors outright stealing your product ideas […] [...]

Expansion under way at Corinth football field

CORINTH — Crews have started work on expansions on both sides of the Corinth High School football field. “We need to do this because we’re having an increased number coming out for high school football and are seeing growth in our middle school program — which should translate into greater numbers at high school,” Dr. […] [...]

Work continues on water park in Hancock County

BAY ST. LOUIS — Work has begun on a wave pool and water park at Buccaneer State Park in Hancock County. “We are very excited about beginning the final phase of our recovery projects. This will make us whole again,” Park Manager Stu Rayburn told the Sea Coast Echo. Rayburn said that construction began in […] [...]

Despite challenges, Mississippi coliseum and fairgrounds find niche

JACKSON — It’s the place where many baby boomers attended their first concert as teenagers or young adults. Not much has changed over the 48-year history of the state-owned Mississippi Coliseum at the fairgrounds. Today, people are still attending events at the aging coliseum, but the venue no longer is a stop on most major […] [...]

Southaven Mayor Greg Davis to attend its council meeting

by Associated Press Published: February 3,2012

Tags: Greg Davis, Mississippi, Mississippi Business Journal, Southaven, Stacey Pickering, Tiger Woods, Tom Long

SOUTHAVEN — Embattled Southaven Mayor Greg Davis is to preside over his first city council meeting Tuesday since returning from treatment at an unnamed medical facility. Police Chief Tom Long says that interest in the meeting is running high among local residents. In November, state Auditor Stacey Pickering told Davis to repay the city about […] [...]

Mild temps reduce electricity sales for TVA

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — The Tennessee Valley Authority said a mild winter so far has reduced electricity sales by 5 percent in the first quarter of the fiscal year and will cause the utility to reconsider expenditures for the rest of the year. The utility said in a news release on Friday that its first quarterly […] [...]

Clinical therapist Thomas Pough helps bring sex addiction out of the shadows

As a college student, Thomas Pough made the discovery that counseling was for him. A series of positions and moves led him to Pine Grove Behavioral Health & Addiction Services in Hattiesburg in 1996. An outgrowth of Forrest General Hospital, it’s one of the nation’s most comprehensive treatment centers and Mississippi’s largest. “I’ve always been […] [...]

Read the Feb. 6 issue of the MBJ online

In this week’s MBJ — GET ‘EM WHILE THE LAST: One Mississippi business can make your life at home better in the next two weeks. By Amy McCullough Also in this week’s paper: >> Change on tap?: Modernizing small business laws gets a boost. Read the real story — by Clay Chandler >> Taking stock: […] [...]

Hospitals in Philadelphia, Meridian affiliate

by Associated Press Published: July 20,2011

Tags: Anderson Regional, Lady Gaga, Lonnie Graber, Neshoba General, Philadelphia, Ray Humphreys, Tiger Woods

PHILADELPHIA, Miss. — Neshoba County General Hospital has signed an affiliation agreement with Anderson Regional Medical Center of Meridian. Officials with both hospitals say the deal is not a purchase or lease agreement but a working agreement. Neshoba General CEO Lonnie Graber says the Philadelphia hospital will have access to Anderson’s business expertise and expand […] [...]

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