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Fulton sawmill agrees to pay $15,000 environmental fine


FULTON — An Itawamba County sawmill is paying a $15,375 civil fine because of its failure to submit environmental reports and monitor emissions. Homan Industries agreed to pay the fine to the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality. The regulator cited Homan for three violations in operation of its Fulton facility. The regulator says Homan’s 2013 annual report was more than ...

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Pickering recovers $197,000 for Itawamba County

FULTON — State Auditor Stacey Pickering he appeared before the Itawamba County Board of Supervisors with $197,963.55, recovered from Chancery Clerk Jim Witt’s bonding company. Pickering and Auditor’s Office investigators were in Fulton Tuesday to announce recovery of the money and to file a document in the Itawamba County Chancery Court asking the court to order that the funds be deposited into ...

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Wal-Mart Markets invading small neighborhoods in Northeast Mississippi

TUPELO – Some Tupelo businesses and residents aren’t too thrilled about the possibility of Wal-Mart Stores Inc. building three of its smaller-format Walmart Neighborhood Markets in the city, but they may not be able to halt what appears to be inevitable. The retailer is quickly making good on its pledge to open 300 Neighborhood Markets across the country this year, ...

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Chancery clerk issued demand for funds he didn't steal

A chancery clerk is on the hook for hundreds of thousands dollars of missing funds, though he didn’t steal the money or profit from it. Itawamba County Chancery Clerk Jim Witt has been served with a demand in the amount of $503,246.43 from the Office of State Auditor. From August 2007 through December 2012, the Itawamba County Chancery Clerk’s office ...

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Jackson Furniture to open 2 Mississippi plants, hire 250

Jackson Furniture of Cleveland, Tenn., is expanding its manufacturing operations into Mississippi with the opening of plants in Itawamba County’s Mantachie and Union County’s Myrtle. The maker of motion and stationary furniture says it is investing $2 million and creating 250 jobs over three years at the two locations. Jackson Furniture will manufacture motion furniture under its Catnapper reclining products ...

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