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Butler Snow Advisory Services chooses Suzanne Cockroft

Butler Snow Advisory Services, LLC (BSAS) has added Suzanne L. Cockroft as director in the firm’s Ridgeland office. She brings more than 14 years of experience in communications, business development, marketing and brand management. She most recently served Butler Snow LLP, the parent company of BSAS, in roles as diverse as digital creative and website development, project management, public relations ...

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Tim Reeves relocating to Mississippi

Tim Reeves, the editor of Selma (Alabama) Times-Journal, has been named president of Vicksburg Newsmedia, LLC and publisher of The Vicksburg Post. Reeves has served as editor of the Times-Journal since September 2010. He helped lead a newspaper redesign and the launch of a magazine. During Reeves’ time as editor, the Times-Journal earned 46 editorial awards from the Alabama Press ...

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PSC approves rate hike for Mississippi River Gas

FLOWOOD — Natural gas rates are going up for customers of Mississippi River Gas, LLC. The Flowood-based company serves almost 3,300 customers around Port Gibson, Fayette, Bogue Chitto, Tchula and Natchez. The Mississippi Public Service Commission approved the rate increases earlier this month. Customers will now have to pay a basic charge of $9 a month. Before now, there was ...

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Company uses 'bridge plug' on Gulf gas well

GULF OF MEXICO — A well that seeped natural gas for several days last week has been temporarily plugged, with work still needed to plug it permanently, federal regulators say. The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement said today that Energy Resource Technology, LLC used a “bridge plug” to isolate the lower part of the well about 75 miles off Louisiana’s ...

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Pipeline cutting through wetlands to Chevron plant

JACKSON COUNTY — Heavy machinery is cutting wide ditches through 41 miles of wetlands in Jackson County. The Sun Herald reports that Plains Southcap ,LLC of Mobile, Ala., is getting its two-foot-wide pipeline for crude oil into the ground rapidly. The pipeline’s path runs from 10 miles northwest of Mobile through eastern Jackson County to the Chevron Pascagoula refinery on ...

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City launching shuttle service; Columbus company wins contract

ABERDEEN — The city of Aberdeen has contracted with a Columbus firm to provide shuttle service to local residents. Riders will pay a fee for the service. The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reports the city is not providing any financial support. TC Express, LLC will operate as Aberdeen on Wheels Shuttle Service. Local manager McKinley Whitely says service will start ...

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MMI takes over operation of downtown hotel; LEAD still owners

JACKSON — MMI Hotel Group has assumed management of the 67-room Sleep Inn and Suites Downtown-Convention Center located across the street from the to-be-opened Iron Horse Grill. The LEAD Group, LLC continues to own the property serving the downtown Jackson market. “This is our first management agreement with The LEAD Group,” said Scott Sledge, vice president of operations for MMI ...

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Movie written/directed by Mississippian to premiere

MADISON — Dog Canyon Films, LLC, is preparing for the premiere of HEADRUSH, written and directed by Johnson Thomasson, a Starkville native and graduate of Mississippi State University. Cast and crew members from across the state as well as friends and family of the production team,will gather for this red-carpet event Aug. 1 at 7 p.m. at the Malco Grandview ...

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SoS reports steady growth in new businesses

JACKSON — The number of new businesses forming in Mississippi shows an upward trend of steady growth, according to a report from the Secretary of State’s Office. “As we move past this economic recession, more and more businesses want to set up shop in Mississippi, and the numbers show it,” Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann. The statistics show Mississippi businesses ...

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New Year can mean healthy spike in business for fitness clubs

It’s as sure a thing as cold weather: Every January one of the more popular New Year’s resolutions is to do whatever it takes to shed those pounds left over from November and December. It can also mean gaining business for health and fitness clubs. “You can definitely see a jump at the beginning of every year. I’d say it’s ...

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