In this week’s MBJ — AN INDELIBLE IMPACT: Amy McCullough takes a look at how one man’s words more than 40 years ago may shape the economic future of Mississippi.
Also in this week’s paper:
>> KEMPER PLANT KEY IN HEATED PSC CONTEST: Adams makes false claims in attempt to win election — by AMY McCULLOUGH
>> NEW CADENCE?: Will Cadence Bank move its headquarters out of Mississippi? — by TED CARTER
>> HEY LUCY!!: The latest expansion discussions of Babalu Restaurant — by STEPHEN McDILL
>> A LITTLE BIT BONANZA; A LITTLE BIT BED, BATH AND BEYOND: Mississippi family building business with goats and smelly stuff. — by STEPHEN McDILL
>> BIG MONEY: Can Ole Miss build a future in a chaotic present? — by CLAY CHANDLER
>> FIGHT FOR OFFICE SPACE: Department of Revenue plans could save Downtown Jackson — by TED CARTER
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