Archive | May 28th, 2014

Big win for Miss. tourism with hosting ‘SEC Championship of Barrel Races’

May 28, 2014

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STARKVILLE, Mississippi — The eyes of the barrel-racing nation will turn to the Mississippi Horse Park in Starkville on Oct. 17.   A barrel racing qualifying event for The American, a major national rodeo, comes to Starkville Oct. 17. The Mississippi State University facility will host a qualifying event for The American, a major national […]

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Fisher stepping down as MDEQ executive director

May 28, 2014

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Special to the MBBJ Trudy Fisher, Executive Director of the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ), announced today that she is leaving the agency this year. “I informed Gov. Bryant earlier today that I planned on stepping down from my position sometime late this summer,” Fisher said in a news release. “I feel good about […]

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Poirier promoted to VP at Ameristar Vicksburg

May 28, 2014

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Special to the MBJ VICKSBURG, Mississippi – Jaque Poirier has been named Vice President of Casino Operations at Ameristar Casino Hotel in Vicksburg, casino officials announced today in a news release. Poirier previously was director of casino 0perations at Ameristar in Blackhawk, Col., since 2006. In his new role, he will oversee operations in table […]

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ANDERSON: Sex, drugs and old age

May 28, 2014

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Clayton Kelly and his friends must be quite stupid. Don’t they know that, beyond a certain age, no one cares about your sex life. In fact, beyond a certain age, ANYone with a sex life is lauded. Hallelujah! Hope for us all! But, we don’t want to talk about it! Sen. Thad Cochran is 76 years […]

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Tulane expands offerings to include master of liberal arts

May 28, 2014

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Mississippians wanting to earn a graduate degree now have another choice. Tulane University’s Madison Campus is now offering students the opportunity to earn a master of liberal arts (MLA) degree. The MLA program at Tulane’s School of Continuing Studies exposes students to a wide range of cognitive abilities and human experiences by offering courses in […]

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