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Kenneth Johnson has been running The Shoe Healer in Ridgeland for three decades.
Kenneth Johnson has been running The Shoe Healer in Ridgeland for three decades.
Wednesday, October 11, 2017 6:00 PM
RIDGELAND — Of all the everyday objects, few have inspired as many sayings, cliches and classic movie lines than shoes, but for a small shoe repair business located here, it comes down to a slogan of their own — “There are many shoe repair shops, but only one Shoe Healer.”
  • New York Life Insurance Company employees earn a $4014 grant for Batson Children's Hospital
    New York Life Insurance Company employees earn a $4014 grant for Batson Children's Hospital through their volunteer efforts. New York Life Insurance Company supports causes that are important to their employees, and gives grants based on the volunteer hours we put in.  We got together as an  office, and we created goodie bags for the kids, all in the “superhero” theme,
  • The Jackson Zoo recently announced the expansion of their partnership with St. Dominic Health Services to include the Experience Zoo! Initiative.
  • Dr. Layson L. Denney joins Jackson Healthcare for Women
    FLOWOOD –  Jackson Healthcare for Women recently announced Dr. Layson L. Denney joins the practice as an obstetrician/gynecologist.
  • Since 2015, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi and its Outpatient Orthopaedic Centers of Excellence have partnered to offer total joint replacement in the ambulatory outpatient setting. This innovative care model supports clinical advancements adopted by these Network Providers and includes a value-based, episode of care payment model that places the focus on the patient and the quality of care provided.
  • Jags triumph in tournaments
    The Madison Central Speech and Debate Team has been participating in competitions over the last several weeks, winning first place overall sweepstakes at the Oak Grove Warrior Invitational last month, beating out 18 other teams for the top spot. The team started the season off strong winning first place at the respected in-state tournament.
  • Reunion adding copper lamps to new $15 million clubhouse
    REUNION — The French Quarter is coming to this neighborhood in the form of 19th century ambience. The copper lamps of the French quarter, so meticulously crafted by the metal workers at the Bevolo Company, are still made the same way today by the latest generation of Bevolos and will line the exterior of the new $15 million, 33,000-square foot Reunion Golf & Country Clubhouse currently under construction.


  • Live Oaks Golf Tournament benefits Flora Chamber of Commerce philanthropic efforts
    The Live Oaks Country Club in Jackson played host to some 100 amateur golfers on September 28th to benefit the community work of the Flora Area Chamber of Commerce. Local sponsors included Bank Plus, Keller Williams, Runnels Insurance, Atmos Energy, Bill’s Creole and Seafood, Bank Of Yazoo, Gem Publications, The Flora News, The Phillip Gunn Campaign, The Blue Rooster,The Flora Butcher & The Corner Market.
  • Marcus McWilliams named food and beverage director at Reunion Golf & Country Club
    MADISON — Casey Smith, General Manager of the Reunion Golf & Country Club, has named Marcus McWilliams Food and Beverage Director. McWilliams is a 22-year veteran of the culinary industry. Much of that time was spent as a chef at the Hilton Hotel in Jackson. During the course of his career Marcus has also prepared meals for a wide variety of celebrities, from former President George W. Bush to actor/comedian Jaime Foxx.
  • RIDGELAND – C Spire is launching a major private sector technology deployment this fall that promises a massive expansion of ultra-fast broadband Internet and wireless fiber-based fixed Internet to more than 250,000 consumers and small businesses in cities and towns across the state.
  • October is National Careers in Construction Month, and the Mississippi Construction Education Foundation is taking steps to raise awareness of opportunities among industry and education leaders while introducing students to rewarding construction careers.
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