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More News Company president Don Maloney tells the Greenwood Commonwealth (http://bit.ly/19EGMkr ) that the Greenwood facility will employ between 30 and 40 people once it is fully operational. Coburn, based in Beaumont, Texas, is a wholesale
The Milwaukee Electric Tool Corp. plant in Greenwood is undergoing a $15 million expansion and reorganization that will double the factory's manufacturing capacity. The Greenwood Commonwealth reports (http://bit.ly/15UBdk5 ) that company engineer
Miss. (AP) Greenwood schools Superintendent Montrell Greene has declined $50,000 in to facilitate a national "Excellence for All" initiative...The program aims to give students more than one path to graduation, and in some cases it allows them to
Miss. (AP) Greenwood will host the 2014 Mississippi-Alabama Rural Tourism Conference. The conference focuses on assisting smaller communities in bolstering tourism. The 2014 conference is scheduled for Oct. 20-22. "Not only will we get to show off
Miss. (AP) The Greenwood School Board has hired Montrell Greene as the new superintendent and pressed him into service immediately when interim superintendent Jennifer Wilson resigned Tuesday. Wilson had been serving as interim superintendent since
Miss. (AP) Want to get personnel records for a government employee or attend the board meeting of a county-owned hospital in Mississippi? How about reviewing records of the state Board of Dental Examiners or attending a Parole Board hearing?...
Miss. (AP) The Mississippi Ethics Commission has sided with the Greenwood Commonwealth newspaper and says the state Department of Education should hand over documents from any probe of possible cheating on achievement tests in Leflore County. In a
Miss. (AP) — It wasn't a secret that Dr. Ralph Arnold Smith Jr. was still angry at the attorney who represented his ex-wife during their divorce in the mid-1990s. Now authorities in the small Mississippi Delta town of Greenwood are investigating
Miss. It wasn't a secret that Dr. Ralph Arnold Smith Jr. was still angry at the attorney who represented his ex-wife during their divorce in the mid-1990s. Now authorities in the small Mississippi Delta town of Greenwood are investigating whether the
Sanders said Lacy was shot in the lower back. She said one of the agents suffered a less-serious wound. Mayor Carolyn McAdams said Abraham was not hurt.