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Governor Reeves Announces Special Session to Finalize Second Largest Economic Development Project in State History

JACKSON, Miss. – Governor Tate Reeves recently announced that he is calling a special session to finalize the second largest economic development project in Mississippi history. Additionally, the economic development project represents the largest payroll commitment of any major project in state history. This follows the largest economic development project in state history – the $2.5 […]

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Mississippi AI Collaborative Receives Prestigious Grant

The Mississippi AI Collaborative (MAIC) proudly announces it has been awarded a significant grant by data.org. The Generative AI Skills Challenge issued a call for best-in-class organizations training and upskilling teams on generative AI to drive social impact and advance socioeconomic mobility. Five awardees from a pool of nearly 600 applications across 93 countries were

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State Board of Education Names Dr. Lance Evans State Superintendent of Education

JACKSON, Miss. – The Mississippi State Board of Education (SBE), recently, named Dr. Lance Evans, the superintendent of the New Albany School District, the next state superintendent of education. The SBE selected Dr. Evans after conducting a national search. He will assume the position on July 1, 2024, succeeding Dr. Ray Morgigno, who was appointed

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Nissan Canton and Habitat for Humanity Celebrate Milestone: 15th Home Build Completed in Tri-County Area

  CANTON, Miss. – In a collaborative effort, Nissan Canton Vehicle Assembly Plant and Habitat for Humanity Mississippi Capital Area (HFHMCA) today marked a significant milestone with the completion of their 15th home build in the tri-county area. More than 100 dedicated employee volunteers from Nissan contributed their time and skills during an eight-day building

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OnDemand Specialty Vehicles Opening Facility in Jumpertown

Jackson, Miss.  – Emergency medical transportation solutions company OnDemand Specialty Vehicles is locating its production operations in Jumpertown. This project is a $470,750 investment and will create 17 new jobs.    Headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee, OnDemand Specialty Vehicles operates as a subsidiary of Priority OnDemand, a leading EMS and medical transportation provider. With a national service

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HII’s Ingalls Shipbuilding Christens Amphibious Assault Ship Bougainville

  PASCAGOULA, Miss., — HII’s Ingalls Shipbuilding division recently christened the Navy’s third America-class amphibious assault ship Bougainville (LHA 8). “Today is not only a day to celebrate our namesake, representatives of the successful outcome of a World War II campaign, but also the team work and collaboration of our United States Navy and Marine Corps that

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Taylor Construction Equipment Announces Dealership Expansion in Mississippi and Kentucky

Robert Taylor, The Taylor Group of Companies, Chief Operating Officer, Stan Park, HD Hyundai Construction Equipment North America, President, Choi Cheol-gon, Hyundai Construction Equipment, CEO   Louisville, MS – Taylor Construction Equipment (TCE) today announced the expansion of their dealership territory in Mississippi and Kentucky for Hyundai Construction Equipment. Taylor Construction Equipment, a Division of

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Mississippi Invests an Additional $15 Million to Improve Outcomes in Allied Health and Nursing Programs

JACKSON, MS — As part of its dedication to bolster economic prospects for future healthcare professionals and strengthen the health of the state as a whole, Mississippi has awarded more than $15 million to enhance allied health nursing programs across the state. Grants have been awarded to 17 community colleges, institutions of higher learning, health

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