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McGlinchey Stafford, PLLC – Small Category 3rd Place

Jackson law firm McGlinchey Stafford was founded in 1974 with a spirit of entrepreneurship. The partners of McGlinchey Stafford set out to establish a different type of law firm – one that was focused on smart business solutions, new traditions of client service and innovative legal approaches. But the firm, which specializes in corporate defense litigation, also strived to provide ...

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Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC – Medium Category 8th Place

For over a century, Baker Donelson has placed one thing above all else – the law firm’s valued clients. As a result, Baker Donelson’s client service standards, consistent across all locations, are what make them one of the Mississippi Business Journal’s 2010 “Best Places to Work in Mississippi.” While providing legal services is their focus, the firm’s goal is to ...

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Baptist Memorial Hospital – North Mississippi – Mega-Large Category 6th Place

At Baptist Memorial Hospital, they spell success e-m-p-l-o-y-e-e-s. The Oxford-based medical facility takes great pride in extolling their employees’ technical expertise and compassionate attitude.  Baptist-North Mississippi management says their staff carries out “Christ’s three-fold ministry – healing, preaching and teaching” everyday in the hospital and its subsidiaries. And those employees are rewarded with a compensation and benefits package that is ...

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Gilbert’s Home Health – Mega-Large Category 4th Place

  As one of Mississippi’s home healthcare leaders, Gilbert’s Home Health has been bringing outstanding healthcare home for 34 years. Its highly-skilled team of clinical associates provides a vast array of homecare services, including nursing, disease and pain management, physical, occupational and speech therapy and assistance with daily activities. Founded by J.T. Gilbert as a small home health operation, the ...

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Synergetics – Small Category 4th Place

At Synergetics, technology is a tool. Founded as a part-time business by Jim Raines in 1992, Synergetics provides a wide range of computer products and services, including IP-based video security systems. But, Raines also envisioned technology such as computers in classrooms and libraries in the state’s school systems becoming a larger part of the curriculum. Lacking were the resources to ...

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University Physicians of UMMC – Large Category 3rd Place

Being part of the state’s only academic medical center means University Physicians at University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) share a commitment to lead the way in medical innovation and quality of care. University Physicians is Mississippi’s largest and most comprehensive multi-specialty practice and is a part of University of Mississippi Health Care, the patient care component for UMMC. Doing ...

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Ross & Yerger Insurance Inc – Medium Category 4th Place

Started in Jackson a year before the start of the Civil War, Ross & Yerger Insurance continues to operate under its founding principals of integrity, enthusiasm and quality.   Later bought by James Ross and Edward Yerger in 1892, the business has survived world wars, yellow fever epidemics and recessions.  Historical documents kept by the company claim that Yerger sent ...

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Columbus’ star shines bright after national award

Tennessee Williams’ hometown one of just five in country to receive Great American Main Street Award Jan Miller was speechless. For those who know the personable and sometimes chatty director of program services for the Mississippi Main Street Association, that might be hard to believe. But after being privately notified two months ago that Columbus had been named one of ...

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‘The event’ still pulls them in

Canton Flea Market draws tens of thousands Officially, it’s known as The Canton Flea Market Arts and Crafts Show. But to thousands of loyal patrons, the event is simply The Flea Market. Held on the grounds of the city’s historic Courthouse Square and beyond, the bi-annual event attracts over 1,000 vendors from 35 states and thousands of visitors from across ...

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