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Anderson book now on shelves

Nancy Anderson, a Mississippi College business professor and small-business owner, has written a new book, providing sound money management advice to folks facing their fears as the nation’s recession stretches into 2010. Retailing for $14.95 and arriving in stores just in time for Christmas, her book – “Tough Talk for Tough Times: Real Conversations for Real People About Money and ...

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Reynolds named interim department head

A weed scientist who has spent his career developing strategies to control agricultural crop pests has been named interim head of Mississippi State University’s Department of Plant and Soil Sciences. Dan Reynolds is a native of Dermott, Ark., and obtained his bachelor’s degree in agriculture at the University of Arkansas at Monticello, his master’s degree in agronomy at the University ...

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Governor’s Award recipients honored

Teri Gautier, president and CEO of Pharmaceutical Trade Services Inc. (PTSI), was honored with the 2009 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting in the Service Sector. And, Suzanne Huber, president and CEO of Keith Huber Inc. was honored with the 2009 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting in the Manufacturing Sector Other award recipients were Dr. Ally Mack, dean of ...

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Governor's Award recipients honored

Teri Gautier, president and CEO of Pharmaceutical Trade Services Inc. (PTSI), was honored with the 2009 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting in the Service Sector. And, Suzanne Huber, president and CEO of Keith Huber Inc. was honored with the 2009 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting in the Manufacturing Sector Other award recipients were Dr. Ally Mack, dean of ...

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Perry new chamber leader

The Madison County Chamber of Commerce recently announced Kasey Perry as new executive director. Perry replaces Dianne Dyar, who left the Madison County Chamber of Commerce in September to pursue other professional opportunities. Prior to her position at the chamber, Perry served as the senior sales manager of tourism development for the Baton Rouge (La.) Area Convention and Visitors Bureau ...

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Williamson named vice chair

Jonell B. Williamson of the law firm Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, P.C., has been appointed to serve as vice chair of the Payment & Reimbursement Interest Group for the American Bar Association (ABA) Health Law Section. Williamson, a shareholder in Baker Donelson’s Jackson office, concentrates her practice in healthcare. She serves as co-leader of the firm’s Health Care ...

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Dunbar makes ‘Super Lawyers’

Jack Dunbar of the Oxford law firm of Holcomb Dunbar, has been recognized as one of the top 50 attorneys in Mississippi by Super Lawyers, a nationally recognized guide to outstanding attorneys.  The publication also recognizes him as one of the top attorneys in the General Litigation and Personal Injury Defense categories for the Mid-South Region of Mississippi, Arkansas and ...

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Dunbar makes 'Super Lawyers'

Jack Dunbar of the Oxford law firm of Holcomb Dunbar, has been recognized as one of the top 50 attorneys in Mississippi by Super Lawyers, a nationally recognized guide to outstanding attorneys.  The publication also recognizes him as one of the top attorneys in the General Litigation and Personal Injury Defense categories for the Mid-South Region of Mississippi, Arkansas and ...

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Bruno now cooking at Huntingtons

Huntingtons Grille has retained celebrity Chef Luis Bruno to take the award-winning restaurant to a new level. Bruno, former executive chef for two Mississippi governors’ administrations, brings his passion for a wide assortment of food and fun and healthy eating fresh from farm to table to the new Huntingtons Grille. Meanwhile, his arrival as Huntingtons’ director of culinary development has ...

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