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Ag producers, scientists talk about research, needs

VERONA — More than 300 north Mississippi agricultural producers met with Mississippi State University representatives to hear research results and recommendations and to express what they need from the university in the coming year. Steve Martin, head of MSU’s North Mississippi Research and Extension Center in Verona, said the annual meeting helps keep producers, researchers and Extension specialists on the ...

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Martin moving north

Steve Martin has been named head of Mississippi State University’s North Mississippi Research and Extension Center. He currently serves as the director of the Delta Research and Extension Center in Stoneville, where he has been an administrator since 2008. Martin began his career with MSU in 1997 as a graduate research assistant in the Department of Agricultural Economics. After attaining ...

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Johnson tenders resignation

Lauderdale County tourism director Suzy Johnson has resigned. Johnson had served in the position since 2006, and was once the longtime director of the Greenwood Convention and Visitor’s Bureau. The Lauderdale County Board of Supervisors appointed Steve Martin, the bureau’s marketing director, as interim executive director.  

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Ag researcher sees good times ahead for farmers

He has the same name as a famous comedian and even though he’s serious about the work he does, Mississippi’s Steve Martin can be humorous too. He serves as the head of the Delta Research & Extension Center and extension professor at the Mississippi State University facility in Stoneville. His areas of research include production agriculture, rice and cotton marketing, ...

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Martin new leader in Stoneville

Steve Martin has been named head of Mississippi State University’s Delta Research and Extension Center in Stoneville. Martin assumed his duties as head of the regional facility Nov. 1. He was named interim head of the center in July 2008, following the appointment of then DREC head Joe Street as associate director of the MSU Extension Service. The new center ...

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