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City gearing for fight over stalled construction of new police station

WAVELAND — Waveland officials appear to be gearing up for a battle over a new $6 million police station. City officials and others involved are mostly mum about the situation. Waveland has denied a Sun Herald public information request for a report on potential issues with the police station saying those records were made in “anticipation of litigation.” The police ...

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Officials looking at plans to rebuild tornado-damaged town

STARKVILLE and SMITHVILLE — Smithville officials are in Starkville today to see recovery ideas developed by Mississippi State University students for the town, which was devastated by a tornado in April. Professor John Poros says the 27 architecture students worked up 11 plans for a municipal complex — some with one building, some with as many as three. Each includes ...

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JBHM Architects still ‘ready to go’

Firm preparing to celebrate its 40th anniversary Next year, JBHM Architects will celebrate its 40th anniversary. The firm is still going over its celebration plans, but Richard McNeel, AIA, LEED AP, NCARB, IIDA, partner with the firm, said JBHM definitely is “ready to go” 40 more years and beyond. “We’re proud of what we’ve accomplished, and look forward to seeing ...

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JH&H brings in two interns

Brad Stubblefield has joined JH&H Ltd. Architects/Planners/Interiors as an intern architect. Stubblefield is a native of Madison and recently graduated from Mississippi State University, receiving a bachelor of architecture degree in May. He has worked with JH&H as a summer intern for the past two years. During this time, Stubblefield has worked on projects such as First Baptist Church of ...

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JH&H brings in two interns

Brad Stubblefield has joined JH&H Ltd. Architects/Planners/Interiors as an intern architect. Stubblefield is a native of Madison and recently graduated from Mississippi State University, receiving a bachelor of architecture degree in May. He has worked with JH&H as a summer intern for the past two years. During this time, Stubblefield has worked on projects such as First Baptist Church of ...

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Taylor passes Architect Registration Exam

Rachael Taylor of Eley Guild Hardy Architects recently passed the Architect Registration Exam and is now a licensed architect in the State of Mississippi. With the licensure of Taylor, Eley Guild Hardy Architects now has 18 licensed architects. A native of Dresden, Tenn., Taylor graduated from the Mississippi State University with a bachelor’s degree in architecture in 2002. Taylor has ...

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