When Stephen Clanton graduated from Mississippi State in the late 1980s, the Mechanical Engineering major did not know who he was going to work for in the aerospace industry, but he knew that was his calling.
Mississippi is well known nationally for its generous incentives when it comes to recruiting businesses to the state.
The business friendly atmosphere has helped bring in companies, large and small.
When Parmida LED Technologies began exploring opportunities to expand toward the eastern part of the United States more than a year ago, Mississippi was definitely not on the company’s radar.
‘Pretty much like starting over’: Blaine family recovering from storm damage that destroyed their homeBy BRYAN DAVIS PUBLISHER,
Brenda Mickey laid her head down on her pillow inside her trailer in Blaine just after 10 p.m. on June 19.
She was going to catch a quick nap before taking her husband James to work in Doddsville. A few minutes later, she awoke to the sound of a terrible wind, and a few minutes later, her family would lose everything.
Josh Newcom will be playing over a dozen gigs this year, from Florida to Oklahoma City, but there was only one place he wanted to debut and celebrate his newest album.
That is at B.B King’s Club Ebony in Indianola.
Jerry and Will Nobile do a lot of fishing in the late spring months, but it’s not always recreational.
The father-son duo operate Nobile Fish Farms, which is located between Indianola and Moorhead, and it just so happens that their busy season falls between April and June.
One of the state’s largest nonprofits, which pours millions of dollars each year into Sunflower County, has recently come under scrutiny by a Jackson-based conservative think tank.
North Sunflower Medical Center is responding this week to a Senate report on America’s nursing homes that listed Walter B. Crook Nursing Facility among six nursing homes in Mississippi that have gotten less than stellar reports from surveyors.
Walter B. Crook is a 60-bed facility operated by NSMC on its Ruleville campus.
‘Cochran would listen to everybody’: Brashier reflects on lessons learned while working for late senatorBy BRYAN DAVIS PUBLISHER,
When Senator Thad Cochran delivered his farewell address on the Senate floor last spring, it marked the end of an era, not just for Mississippi, but for national politics.