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ANITA MODAK-TRURAN — Mississippi’s motion picture renaissance

SCENE 1 — Thalia Mara Hall, located in downtown Jackson, transformed into a Paris theatre for Get On Up, a foot-stomping biopic based on music legend James Brown. Hundreds of extras from the community filled the theater and participated in the “magic” of moviemaking. The film’s producer Mick Jagger and director Tate Taylor could be seen dining in Walker’s, talking ...

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MARTIN WILLOUGHBY: Colby Lane proves that being ready is a great trait

A common trait I have found in successful leaders is a commitment to preparation.  Benjamin Franklin noted, “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.”  On game day, well prepared athletes make it look easy.  However, we know that hours of hard work went into getting ready.  Legendary football coach Paul “Bear” Bryant explained, “It’s not the will to ...

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Ex-MDEQ leader Fisher joins Butler Snow

RIDGELAND — Trudy D. Fisher, the former executive director for the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality, has joined the Butler Snow law firm. Donald Clark Jr., chairman of Butler Snow, says in a news release that Fisher will focus on environmental, energy, regulatory, and government relations matters, including permitting and compliance issues around air, water, mining and wetlands. Fisher, who ...

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Former MDEQ Executive Director Trudy Fisher joins Butler Snow

RIDGELAND — Butler Snow has announced, that Trudy D. Fisher has joined the firm as a member of the Government and Regulatory practice group. Fisher will focus her practice on environmental, energy, regulatory, and government relations matters, including permitting and compliance issues around air, water, mining and wetlands. She will also focus on state and federal property development, solid waste planning, crisis ...

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MARTIN WILLOUGHBY: Hal Miller leaves family business to lead MTA

Leadership guru Ram Charan noted, “Talent, as every leader knows, is the most essential ingredient of business success.” Good to Great author Jim Collins echoed the importance of people when he said “To build a successful organization and team you must get the right people on the bus.” While most business leaders would agree with these statements, I have found ...

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Amite, Wilkinson plan to use treated sewage to spur fracking operations

Officials of Amite and Wilkinson counties are preparing a plan for a water district they say will enhance hydraulic fracturing operations in their region while generating dollars for sorely needed road and bridge maintenance. A central feature of the plan: Pipe five million gallons of treated sewage daily from McComb, Liberty, Gloster and other Southwest Mississippi communities for drilling companies ...

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