We were so thankful to be a part of the big grand opening celebrations at the new Ramey’s Marketplace in Columbia! The citizens of Columbia have been patiently anticipating this new grocery store opening ever since the former Winn Dixie location announced its closing. We got to meet all of …Read More
Ferguson Federal Credit Union has successfully opened its latest branch on High School Ave in Columbia. The people and city officials of Columbia came out to help celebrate the grand opening of the branch on Tuesday, August 1st. The Marion County Development Partnership was in attendance to welcome Ferguson to …Read More
SynSel Energy, Inc. of Elmhurst, IL is partnering with a US-based financier and G and C Industrial Services of Lumberton, MS to develop a $300 Million biorefinery in Lumberton. The plant will use state-of-the-art, environmentally-responsible technology to produce clean second-generation biofuels from the area’s abundant wood waste and forest …Read More
Ferguson Federal Credit Union has opened a new branch on Broad Street in Monticello. Across from Lawrence County Hospital, the new branch is a full service institution offering rewards checking, credit opportunities, insurance and much more to the community! A wonderful crowd turned out for the grand opening and ribbon …Read More
Join MCDP on Friday, April 28th for our monthly membership breakfast, Catchy Friday! The City of Columbia’s Mayoral Candidates will be our program speakers. We will meet in the Business Plex-Community Room, 1730 Highway 44, Columbia at 7:45 a.m. Bring a guest, bring your business cards, and get informed! Sponsored this month by Citizens Bank.
The Marion County Forestry Association will host its Annual Forestry Field Day this Saturday, April 29th at the tree farms belonging to Ken and Larry Morgan and Timmy Easterling. The location is approximately 1/4 mile North of Morgantown on Highway 587. Look for the signs on the East side of …Read More
Mississippians to Receive Unlimited Free Credit Reports; Agencies to pay $7.1 million to state Attorney General Jim Hood announced today that the nation’s three major credit reporting agencies will overhaul their business practices and offer Mississippians unlimited access to free credit reports over the next three years in order to …Read More