>> EATON AEROSPACE Material not intentionally withheld, two lawyers fired— By Clay Chandler
Also in this week’s paper:
>> IRBY IS STATE’S NEWEST BILLION DOLLAR COMPANY The 86-year-old Jackson company opened its new $6 million sales center and corporate headquarters last week— by Ted Carter
>> STATE SAW RECESSION IN 2011 Negative GDP blamed— by Ted Carter
>> FARM BUREAU TACKLES WATER QUALITY LAWSUIT Gulf protection group seeks uniform, numeric water quality standards— by Clay Chandler
>> Q&A NEAL STEPHENS, DORE PROGRAM Coping with learning disabilities through physical and mental exercise by Clay Chandler
>>CONSTRUCTION South sees bump in construction backlog but sector still flat overall— by Ted Carter
>> IKE TROTTER What’s to happen with Greece?
>> PHIL HARDWICK Join the local dining challenge
>> NANCY ANDERSON Bring back the draft
>> MBJ FOCUS/LIST: Insurance
>> “FREE BIRD” Insurance agent Andy Daniels takes to the sky to celebrate birthday— by Lynn Lofton
>> SMALL BUSINESS Mayflower Café keeps generations of Jacksonians happy— by Becky Gillette
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