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Taylor International Announces New Dealer in Panama

Taylor International has recently established a new dealer, Montacargas Panama Pacifico, S. A., in Panama City, Panama, according to Hal Nowell, Director of Sales for Taylor International.  “Panama is a very central and dynamic market and extremely important to Taylor International, and we made it a priority to partner with a dealer that could provide our existent and new customers ...

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Directors Allen, Boykin and Hall Re-elected to Southern AgCredit board

Stockholders of Southern AgCredit recently re-elected Reggie Allen of Brookhaven, Lonnie “Gene” Boykin of Rolling Fork, and Thomas C. “T.C.” Hall of Gloster, La., to the lending cooperative’s board of directors. Each will serve a three-year term. Allen, a timber and cattle farmer, was first elected to the board in 2013. Boykin, a timber, soybean and corn farmer, was first ...

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Hardeman joins Holmes Ridgeland Campus as ADN instructor 

Kim Hardeman of Madison recently joined the Holmes Community College family as an Associate Degree Nursing instructor on the Ridgeland Campus. Prior to Holmes, she was employed with Blair E. Batson Children’s Hospital as a nurse circulator. She also has experience as a surgical nurse, both for Eye Care Surgery Center and Blackledge Face Center. Before becoming a nurse, Hardeman ...

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WCU College of Osteopathic Medicine welcomes Dr. Seger Morris

William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine is pleased to announce that Dr. Seger S. Morris, DO, MBA, has joined the Carey family as regional assistant dean for clinical rotations of Baptist Memorial Health Care and director of health policy for the WCU College of Osteopathic Medicine. Morris is board-certified in internal medicine and serves as division chief of Mississippi ...

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WBA Architecture announces new team members

WIER BOERNER ALLIN Architecture has announced the addition of Amy Daniels, AIA, NCARB, LEED BD+C and Dennis Daniels, AIA, NCARB as Project Managers in their Nashville office. Amy joins the firm from Newman Architects, PC in New Haven, Connecticut and Washington, DC, where she led a firm-wide project management group responsible for project staffing, performance, and personnel management. Amy is ...

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Daniel Saliba Joins Neel-Schaffer as Water Resources Engineer

Neel-Schaffer, Inc., has announced that Daniel Saliba, PE, has joined the firm and will serve as a Water Resources Engineer based in the firm’s Atlanta office. Saliba has nearly 10 years of experience in Environmental and Water Resources Engineering, including three years with the Alabama Department of Environmental Management. In his most recent consulting position, Saliba gained extensive experience in ...

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Baker Donelson named to Working Mother’s 2020 “Best Law Firms for Women”

Baker Donelson was named recently by Working Mother to its 13th annual “Best Law Firms for Women” list. This is the fourth consecutive year the Firm has been included in this prominent list, which recognizes firms that utilize best practices in recruiting, retaining, promoting and developing women lawyers. Through its Women’s Initiative, Baker Donelson has implemented numerous key initiatives designed ...

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MATT ALLEN — Presidential platforms for environmental law

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Environmental Protection Agency, whose mission is to protect human health and the environment. This particular presidential election will have a significant impact on the EPA’s domain and the regulations and rules we use to govern business and citizen behavior. President Donald Trump has been known for the general rollback of the environmental ...

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Gulf Coast residents brace for Sally, possible new hurricane

Storm-weary Gulf Coast residents prepared for a new weather onslaught Monday as Tropical Storm Sally slowly churned toward them, with forecasters predicting landfall as a hurricane. Jeffrey Gagnard of Chalmette, Louisiana, was spending Sunday in Mississippi helping his parents prepare their home for Sally — and making sure they safely evacuated ahead of the storm. “I mean, after Katrina, anything ...

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BILL CRAWFORD — Reeves less politicizing than Trump on COVID-19

Gov. Tate Reeves bemoaned the politicization of COVID-19 coronavirus last week, reported Mississippi Today. He complained that there are “certain groups that want to politicize everything.” Hmmm. To whom was the governor addressing his concern? The “certain group” most politicizing the pandemic is led by his political hero, President Donald Trump. News reports aplenty, starting back in March, attest to ...

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