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Ryan Edwards and salesman Nick Lyles show off one of The Armory’s “conversation pieces,” a fully-functional Gatling gun.
Ryan Edwards and salesman Nick Lyles show off one of The Armory’s “conversation pieces,” a fully-functional Gatling gun.
Thursday, September 20, 2018 12:00 PM
RIDGELAND — A high-end gun shop on Lake Harbour Drive aims to bring quality firearms, high-end accessories and rare items that truly cannot be found anywhere else.
  • WHAT’S DOING
    The Mississippi Brewers Guild recently announced the inaugural Soggy Sweat Craft Beer & BBQ Festival is scheduled for Saturday, September 15 at Smith Park in downtown Jackson. The festival, exclusively celebrating craft beer made in Mississippi, will be the first of its kind. A collaborative Czech Style Pilsner brewed for the Mississippi Brewers Guild, Lucille: Drink’em on Down,
  • Hibbett Neel earns highest honor from Engineers Institute
    JACKSON – Neel-Schaffer co-founder and President W. Hibbett Neel, PE, was honored by the Institute of Transportation Engineers recently when he was named an Honorary Member of the international organization. 
  • For the 11th straight year, Site Selection magazine has named Entergy a Top 10 utility in economic development nationally. The accolade is for Entergy’s role in projects that resulted in some $4.25 billion of capital investment and the creation of more than 4,688 jobs in its service territory in 2017. 
  • C Spire selection for Mississippi Optical Network nets major upgrades in university, research programs
    Jackson – Fresh off its recent selection to overhaul the Mississippi Optical Network (MissiON), C Spire has completed a major technology upgrade of the state’s science and technology research and development arm – tripling capacity, cutting overall costs and expanding the size of the consortium
  • Jimmy ‘Duck’ Holmes to perform at a Night at the Gin in Flora to benefit traveling Vietnam Memorial exhibit
    FLORA — Legendary Mississippi blues artist Jimmy “Duck” Holmes will be among the musicians performing at the Greater Flora & Fauna Supper Club’s “A Night At The Gin” to benefit the traveling Vietnam Memorial and Vietnam Veterans Of America Brandon Chapter 1057. The event is scheduled for Thursday, September 13th, 6pm at the Gin At Flora Station 4819 Hwy 22. Flora.
  • WHAT’S DOING
    From the silver screen to the golden tones of his voice over the air, Frank Sinatra was one of the most captivating performers of the 20th century. “Old Blue Eyes” collaborated with some of the greatest musicians of all time including Count Basie, Duke Ellington
  • J.D. Cooley joins Butler Snow’s Ridgeland Office
    RIDGELAND – Butler Snow is pleased to announce that J.D. Cooley has joined the firm’s Ridgeland office. He will practice with the firm’s business services group.
  • Josh McNeill named Accounting Manager at Reunion Clubhouse
    Casey Smith, General Manager of the Reunion Golf & Country Club in Madison, announced this week the appointment of Josh McNeill to the position of Accounting Manager. Mr. McNeill will oversee all daily financial matters related to the club’s rapidly expanding facilities and employees.
  • Merit Health Madison Physical Therapy Clinic now open
    The Merit Health Madison outpatient physical therapy clinic, located in the hospital’s medical office building at 163 River Oaks Drive, Suite 106 in Canton, is now open.
  • Dr. Claire Griner joins Uptown Dental clinic in Ridgeland

    Dr. Michelle Crews is pleased to announce the addition of  Dr. Claire Dornbusch Griner to her dental practice, Uptown Dental.

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