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Tupelo to get its first Walmart Neighborhood Market

February 20, 2015

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Adam Robison | Buy at photos.djournal.com Walmart plans to build a Neighborhood Market on this site on South Gloster, near Crosstown.

By Dennis Seid Daily Journal TUPELO – The first of what could be as many as three smaller-format Walmart stores in Tupelo is expected to be built this year. On Thursday, Tupelo Development Services Director Shane Hooper confirmed that Wal-Mart Stores Inc. had officially requested a permit to build a 40,000-square-foot Walmart Neighborhood Market in […]

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Southeast Mississippi growers consider business options

February 12, 2015

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HATTIESBURG — Growers across 13 counties in southeast Mississippi have an upcoming opportunity to learn about the challenges and benefits of fruit and vegetable enterprises. The informational meeting will take place from 8:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. Feb. 21 at the Forrest County Extension Office, located at 952 Sullivan Drive. Mississippi State University experts and local growers […]

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Sauce from The Shed causing rift at White House?

March 17, 2014

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A pair of Coast restaurateurs have found out that one of their products is being served at a rather high-profile place — the White House. The owners of The Shed BBQ & Blues Joint say they couldn’t be happier to know that Vice President Joe Biden requests the White House chef to cook his barbecue […]

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Three new restaurants open on Coast

February 28, 2014

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A trio of new restaurants earned the Mississippi State Department of Health’s approval to open recently. Frappe Fruit at 11382 Three Rivers Road in Gulfport offers a variety of Island Oasis Smoothies in flavors such as banana nut bread, peanut butter cookie, apple pie and peach mango. Carla Smith is the owner. Port in a […]

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Producers learn how to grow safe, healthy product

February 24, 2014

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With increased scrutiny on food safety, a recent event looked to give local growers the latest and greatest in the safe handling of their product from planting to harvest. More than 20 fruit and vegetable growers gathered at Mississippi State University recently for an all-day workshop about food safety and best practices. Instructors from the […]

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Looking for food? MarketMaker expands

January 29, 2014

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For those looking for food, there is good news out of Mississippi State University. Mississippi food businesses will soon have access to customers all over the world through the expansion of MarketMaker, a database of searchable food industry-related information. Through a new license with MarketMaker, not-for-profit company Riverside Research has exclusive rights to the database. […]

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Craving BBQ? Try 2nd To None in Gulfport

January 9, 2014

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Got a hankering for barbecue? There’s a new restaurant that the state Health Department has given the go-ahead to open. 2nd To None BBQ at 8220 Arkansas Ave. in Gulfport features pulled pork, beef brisket, smoked chicken, ribs and shrimp, shrimp Alfredo, catfish, tilapia, baked beans, potato salad, Caribbean jerk chicken and more menu items. […]

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Are those mussels legal? Two species now protected

October 2, 2013

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While mussels may be tasty, beware — eating a couple of species is now a federal offense. Two species of freshwater mussels have been designated as endangered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The mussels are only found in portions of the Cumberland and Tennessee River systems. The agency designated 24 critical habitats in […]

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Dennery writes new chapter in eclectic career

September 30, 2013

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When the iconic downtown Jackson restaurant Dennery’s closed several years ago, most patrons thought they might not see the dishes again, but expected to see the chef. However, many wouldn’t have guessed the post-restaurant career of John Dennery. Dennery has just been named CEO of Mississippi Prison Industries Corp., replacing long-time chief executive John Miller […]

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UPDATE: Supervisors want Corps to fix new seawall in Bay St. Louis

July 26, 2013

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BAY ST. LOUIS The Army Corps of Engineers said Friday they’re working to fix the drainage problem on the north end of the Bay St. Louis seawall near the U.S. 90 bridge. Spokesman Pat Robbins said that sand is clogging up drainage and once it is removed, “engineers will try to develop a solution we […]

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