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UPDATE: Gulfport jobs creation done under two pacts

By JACK WEATHERLY TopShip LLC promised to create 1,000 jobs at the Port of Gulfport, part of what was hailed earlier this month as the single biggest day in economic development in the state’s history. Gov. Phil Bryant has said that the 1,000 jobs would largely meet an agreement reached during Haley Barbour’s administration to create 1,300 jobs in exchange ...

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IRS plan to require tax forms for wins of $600

BILOXI — Casino operators in South Mississippi are coming out against an IRS proposal that would require players to file tax forms any time they win $600 or more on slot machines, keno or bingo. The threshold currently is $1,200. Hit that amount or higher and the slot machine freezes and stays locked until the Internal Revenue Service form is ...

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Anti-terrorism training at Gulfport Seabee base this week

GULFPORT — The Naval Construction Battalion Center says an anti-terrorism exercise may cause traffic delays this week on roads near the Gulfport Seabee base. It’s part of a national exercise called “Solid Curtain-Citadel Shield, running from Monday through Friday, Feb. 13. WLOX-TV reports that this Friday, the Gulfport base’s gates will be closed from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. Movement ...

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Hospital services will continue during long Keesler Medical Center project

Keesler Medical Center is getting an extensive facelift. The $74 million renovation project will begin soon and is expected to be completed in mid-2017. Officials expect the project to enhance the overall patient experience by providing world-class healthcare facilities for the Keesler community. Maintaining all patient services throughout construction is part of the reason for the long construction time frame. ...

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Four Seasons Produce finds growing customers across the Gulf Coast

By Tammy Leytham MOSS POINT — Customers who shop at Four Seasons Produce are greeted by colorful rows of tomatoes, oranges, grapes, corn, squash, pears and avocados. The refrigerated aisle holds sliced sweet potatoes, fresh greens and cut rutabagas. There’s a row of nuts — all types — almonds, walnuts, Brazil, peanuts and shelled pecans in plastic bags. John McCollough ...

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NEW ORLEANS SAINTS MOVING — Mississippi company has the task of moving the football team

Before the New Orleans Saints take the field, John Fayard Moving and Warehousing crews have to deliver the footballs, uniforms, video equipment and tons of other black and gold equipment from the team training facility to the Mercedes Benz Superdome. For out-of-town games, Fayard hauls equipment to the New Orleans airport and a second crew drives to the hosting stadium. ...

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