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Miller Joins Hattiesburg Clinic Pulmonary Medicine

Laken B. Miller, CNP, recently joined Hattiesburg Clinic Pulmonary Medicine. At Pulmonary Medicine, Miller evaluates and treats patients with respiratory disorders and lung diseases. She received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Master of Science in Nursing from The University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg. She is board certified as a family nurse practitioner by the American Academy ...

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Ray Ables is 2018 Poultry Association Chair

Ray Ables is the newly elected chair of the Mississippi Poultry Association board of directors for 2018. Ables, live complex manager for Tyson Foods in Forest, served as chair in 2012. MPA’s 1,000 members represent poultry processors, poultry growers and companies that provide goods and services to the poultry industry, the state’s largest agricultural industry. The Association was formed in ...

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Perez Joins The Pediatric Clinic

Mary Anne Perez, MD, recently joined The Pediatric Clinic, a service of Hattiesburg Clinic. Perez received her medical degree from the University of Mississippi School of Medicine in Jackson. She completed an internship and residency in pediatrics at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson. As a pediatrician, Perez provides care for patients from birth through adolescence.

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J. Mark Smith Appointed President and CEO of Roy Anderson Corp.

Tutor Perini Corporation, a civil, building and specialty construction company, recently announced that J. Mark Smith has joined and been appointed as President and Chief Executive Officer of Roy Anderson Corp., the Company’s Gulf Coast building subsidiary. Smith succeeds Roy Anderson III, who earlier this year provided notice that he would be retiring from RAC. Smith was previously a Senior ...

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Morgan G. Miranda Joins Butler Snow

Butler Snow recently announced that Morgan G. Miranda has joined the firm’s Ridgeland office. Miranda will practice with the firm’s pharmaceutical, medical device and healthcare litigation group. Miranda’s previous practice experience involved reviewing depositions in asbestos litigation, researching intricacies of asbestos bankruptcy trusts and assisting in estimating settlement values in asbestos litigation. She also assisted in drafting asbestos bankruptcy trust ...

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Line receives recertification from national orthopedic board

Dr. Lance Line of Southern Bone and Joint Specialists, P.A. in Hattiesburg was recently recertified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS). He was also received subspecialty recertification in sports medicine from ABOS. Line has maintained an active sports medicine practice with a subspecialty interest in shoulder conditions in Hattiesburg since 1995. He is a team physician for the ...

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MSU announces Qualls as 2018 National Alumnus

Mississippi State University has named Burnsville native and alumnus R.L. Qualls as the university’s 2018 national alumnus of the year. A Little Rock, Ark., resident, Qualls is the retired president and CEO of Baldor Electric Company. He presently ixserves as co-chairman of Taylor Companies of Washington, D.C., and he recently retired as presiding independent director of Bank of the Ozarks ...

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Women Business Owners of the Pine Belt Hosts Annual Event

Members of the Pinebelt’s Women Business Owners recently recognized outgoing and incoming board members for 2017 and 2018. Pictured are, from left, Amanda Morris, 2018 Vice President; Kathi Sherman, 2017 Event Coordinator; Skye Dulin, 2017  and 2018 Treasurer; Victoria King, 2018 Secretary; Fernanda Roberts, 2017 Secretary; Rosie Knop, 2018 President and 2017 Vice President; Jennifer Clark, 2017 President. Officers not ...

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Welcome set for damaged Navy ship as it arrives for repairs

Mississippi residents are being encouraged to come out and wave flags as a damaged U.S. Navy destroyer arrives for repairs. The USS Fitzgerald, damaged in a June collision off Japan that killed seven sailors, is scheduled to arrive Friday morning in Pascagoula, Mississippi. The ship will be repaired at Ingalls Shipbuilding, one of the largest American naval shipyards. The unit ...

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