Posts Tagged ‘Tupelo’

Romie’s Grocery photo slideshow

Romie’s Grocery in Tupelo. Photo shoot by Tyler Rayburn. Photos were take for the Summer Vacation issue of the 2013 Come See Us magazine. [...]

Loden’s contract extended

by Published: February 8,2013

Tags: David Meadows, Gearl Loden, Tupelo

The Tupelo school board has extended the contract of superintendent Gearl Loden. The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reports Loden’s contract now runs an additional year — through June 30, 2017. Loden was hired by the district last February and given a four-year contract that began on July 1, 2012. He came to Tupelo after leading […] [...]

MSS taps Vance

by Published: February 1,2013

Tags: Christie Vance, Methodist Senior Services, Tupelo

Methodist Senior Services has selected Christie Vance as the new vice-president for finance and will serve as the CFO for Methodist Senior Services in Tupelo. Vance is a 14-year veteran employee with MSS, serving as director of accounting and Interim vice president for finance on two occasions. Prior to joining MSS, Vance was an accountant […] [...]

A game-changer in the game of life

Mississippi is once again at the forefront of cardiovascular medicine with the significant milestone of the country’s first drug eluting bioabsorbable vascular scaffold placed in the heart artery of a patient at the North Mississippi Medical Center Heart Institute in late December 2012. The device for opening blocked arteries to restore blood flow to the […] [...]

CREATE ‘about quality of life’

The 40-year-old nonprofit CREATE Foundation has experienced tremendous growth in the last eight years, when its assets more than doubled from $30 million to about $64.5 million at the end of 2012. Driving the growth is Toyota’s $50-million endowment as well as CREATE’s successful challenge grant matches in the 17-county region where the nonprofit is […] [...]

Patterson on new leadership

by Published: December 7,2012

Tags: Aubrey Patterson, BancorpSouth, banking, Tupelo

After 22 years as CEO of BancorpSouth, Audrey Patterson has handed the chief executive duties to veteran Texas banker James “Dan” Rollins III. Patterson, who will remain as chairman, recently answered several questions regarding the $13 billion banking regional banking company’s new leadership. >>New BancorpSouth CEO looks to repeat his Texas-style success in Tupelo Major […] [...]

August 26, 2012- Chuck McIntosh

by Published: August 26,2012

Tags: Highway 9, MDOT, Toyota, Tupelo

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Journal Inc. has history of region building with quality journalism

One of the oldest companies in Mississippi, the Northeast Mississippi media company Journal Inc., is unique in that it has had no layoffs during the recession. The Journal, which publishes the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal in Tupelo and 20 weekly newspapers (including the Mississippi Business Journal), is unique in that it is owned by the […] [...]

Toyota plant brings Highway 9 to record completion

by Published: August 19,2012

Tags: Highway 9, MDOT, Toyota, Tupelo

There was a theme at last week’s ribbon cutting for the new four-lane state Highway 9: Doing things under budget and in record time requires a public-private partnership in which everybody pulls on the same end of the rope. It also doesn’t hurt if it’s Toyota that will be the highway’s main beneficiary. The $87.5 […] [...]

New integrated marketing head hopes to help students realize possibilities of field

OXFORD — As new director of the integrated marketing communications program at the University of Mississippi’s journalism school, Scott Fiene hopes to help students get passionate about the field and learn to use all the discipline’s tools. With more than two decades of corporate public relations and marketing communications experience, Fiene has plenty of knowledge […] [...]

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