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Read August 20 issue of MBJ


>> AGRICULTURE Crop shipping on river barges slowed by falling water levels— by Ted Carter

Also in this week’s paper:

>> HIGHWAY 9 OPENS Want a road built in record time? Get yourself a Toyota plant— by Clay Chandler

>> KEMPER UPDATE Contractors dispute claim of shoddy work at Kemper— by Clay Chandler

>> EDUCATION Academic, business development expertise sought in new chief for Lott Center at USM— by Ted Carter

>> OUR VIEW MDA chief shows early leadership on workforce issue

>> PHIL HARDWICK Real Estate Q&A

>> EMILY WAGSTER PETTUS Bryant seeks to limit role of government

>> JOHN STODDER Replacing the legal pad: Apps for note taking

>> NANCY ANDERSON Jobs are out there if you look at the signs

>> MBJ FOCUS/LIST: Technology & Telecom

>>SMALL BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT Williams Brothers General Store in Philadelphiaby Becky Gillette


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