Archive | May 13th, 2013

Plywood panel maker Natron Wood’s new Louisville plant to hire 200

May 13, 2013

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Oregon-based plywood panel producer Natron Wood Products is moving into a vacant 250,000 square-foot building in Louisville and will create 200 new jobs as it begins operations. The plant represents a $10 million investment by Natron Wood Products, Gov. Phil Bryant said Monday at an official announcement of the plant in Louisville. Natron Wood’s Winston […]

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(UPDATED) Only 1 Mississippi branch among up to 45 Hancock Bank to close

May 13, 2013

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Hancock Holding Co. has confirmed that the $20 billion regional bank plans to close up to 45 branch offices by the end of the year, but has targeted only one branch in Mississippi for closing. Closings in Louisiana will be few as well, with just two branches to be shut down in the New Orleans […]

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Another bomb threat at Clinton High School

May 13, 2013

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Clinton High School received another bomb threat today around 12:15 p.m. The building was evacuated and police were called to search the school with a K-9 unit. CPSD and law enforcement take these threats very seriously and investigators are working now to trace the source of the call and apprehend the perpetrator(s). According to the […]

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Nuclear power plant in Mississippi emits smoke from transformer

May 13, 2013

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PORT GIBSON — Officials say a transformer at the Grand Gulf Nuclear Power Plant near Port Gibson emitted smoke on Sunday but the reactor was not in danger. Entergy Nuclear spokesman Mike Bowling says the incident was reported shortly before 5:45 p.m. It was resolved about 90 minutes later. No injuries were reported. Grand Gulf […]

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