Archive | May 22nd, 2014

Six business proposals win at Startup Weekend

May 22, 2014

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All eyes will be on a half-dozen winning ideas to see if the entrepreneurs behind those plans can get their businesses started. Innovate Mississippi held Startup Weekend Jackson May 16-18 at Millsaps College. Startup Weekend is an intense 54-hour event powered by Google for Entrepreneurs that operates worldwide and provides an opportunity for entrepreneurs to […]

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WaPo calls Miss. GOP Senate primary tea party’s ‘last stand’; says blogger tresspass slowed McDaniel surge

May 22, 2014

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After a string of humbling defeats in Republican primaries this spring, the tea party’s last best hope to oust a lawmaker is in Mississippi. But things are not going well for the movement’s Chris McDaniel, who is challenging longtime senator Thad Cochran, the Washington Post reported in a story today. The race has been roiled over the […]

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Camellia Healthcare acquisition gives it an Alabama footprint

May 22, 2014

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Special to the MBJ HATTIESBURG, Mississippi – Camellia Home Health & Hospice, a Mississippi-based healthcare company, has acquired Lawley Premier Hospice Care of Rainbow City, Ala. Situated near Gadsden, the hospice has operated since 2008, serving patients primarily in Etowah, Cherokee, Calhoun and St. Clair counties of Alabama. The acquisition marks Camellia’s entrance into the […]

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Greenwood, McComb, Natchez, Oxford gain MDEQ grants

May 22, 2014

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Special to the MBJ Four community projects in the state have been awarded Regional Recycling Cooperative Grants by the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality. The more than $1 million in grants will be used to fund regional cooperative recycling projects in Greenwood, McComb, Natchez and Oxford. Each of the grant recipients, along with their partner […]

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