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Andy Williamson, owner of Hook and Bullet Outfitters in Ridgeland.
Andy Williamson, owner of Hook and Bullet Outfitters in Ridgeland.
Wednesday, September 20, 2017 6:00 PM
A new Ridgeland business hopes to offer high-end out doorsmen equipment to people all over the metro Jackson area.

Andy Williamson, owner at Hook and Bullet Outfitters on Highway 51 in Ridgeland, said he saw a need in the local market for a high-end hunting and fishing store.
  • The 6th annual NSS Fall Festival 5K run/walk & 1 mile run will be held on Saturday, Oct. 14 at New Summit School.

    Sponsored by the Mississippi Community Education Center-Families First for Mississippi, the 5K race will begin at 8 a.m. in front of the New Summit Upper School Gymnasium, 1417 Lelia Drive, Jackson.
  • Mask named new president of Maris, West & Baker advertising firm
    Jackson Advertising Agency, Maris, West & Baker (MWB), announced last week  that Tim Mask has been named the President of the agency, effective immediately.

    Mask, who will be the fifth president, is a 19-year veteran
  • Fairview Inn honored with first of 15 markers in Belhaven
    JACKSON — Reed Hogan and the Belhaven Improvement Association (BIA), together with the Mississippi Department of Archives and History (MDAH) recognized Jackson's Fairview Inn as a significant part of both Mississippi and Belhaven history, by awarding it an official Mississippi Historical Marker. The designation honors Fairview Inn as an important and educational part of local and state history.
  • Faurecia kicks off 8th food drive
    For the eighth year in a row, Faurecia North America employees are kicking off the annual Faurecia Unites with Employees for Local Service (FUELS) Community Food Drive. Since 2010, the campaign has raised 5.45 million meals for local communities where

    More than 20,000 Faurecia employees, from 46 manufacturing plants and R&D centers across Canada, Mexico and the United States, have committed to donating food and money to local food bank partners. In 2017, Faurecia North America aims exceed the results from last year, with collections throughout the month of September.
  • Merit Health Burn Program adds new laser, Adcock named PROGRAM Director
    JACKSON – William C. Lineaweaver, MD, FACS, medical director of the Joseph M. Still Burn & Reconstruction Center at Merit Health Central, has named David W. Adcock, MD, director of the center’s Laser and Reconstruction program.

    Dr. Adcock joined the burn program in July 2015 and has 21 years of laser experience in both research and therapeutic uses. Lasers are used for scar revision and other applications, including cosmetic treatments, and can improve the appearance, texture, color and thickness of scars associated with burns, trauma, surgery, and skin conditions such as acne.
  • Restaurants unite to raise more than $100K for cancer research
    In answer to the persisting need for a cure to one of the deadliest diseases facing women today, Newk’s Eatery is calling on partners and patrons across its 115 restaurants to “Join the Fight” against ovarian cancer. During Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month this September, guests both dining in or ordering online are invited to add a dollar amount to their purchases to fund research instrumental in diagnosis and treatment of what has been dubbed this generation’s “silent killer.”
  • MADISON – PostNet, a design, printing and shipping franchise, opened its first center in Mississippi last month here at 1060 Highway 5. The new PostNet franchise is owned by a local couple, Tunji and Dupe Oluwatade.
  • Tencarva branch office relocates to Madison
    Tencarva Machinery Company LLC, a distributor specializing in pumps, liquid process, and custom-designed systems for the industrial and municipal marketplace, has relocated its Jackson Branch Office, north of the city to Madison, according to Don Wirth, Tencarva vice president located in Nashville, Tenn.
  • Baker, Jenkins to wed Oct. 7 in Benton
    Mr. and Mrs. Carey Don Baker of Madison, Mississippi announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Riley Elizabeth Baker to Randall Warren Jenkins, III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Randall Warren Jenkins, Jr. of Benton, Mississippi.

    The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. James D. Baker and the late Mrs. Charlotte Baker of Indianola, Mississippi and Mr. and Mrs. Dalton E. Ducrest of Belzoni. The prospective groom is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Randall Warren Jenkins, Sr. of Benton, Mississippi and the late Mr. and Mrs. James Robert Pate of Isola.
  • G.A. Carmichael Family Health Center announces new medical providers
    G. A. Carmichael Family Health Center, 1668 Peace Street, Canton, MS proudly announces the new additions to its excellent team of Medical Providers, Dr. Takita Murriel, Family Medicine, the new Medical Director and Dr. William Prater, OB-GYN.  G.A. Carmichael Family Health Center is thrilled to have both added to the team supporting its motto, “Put Your Family’s Health in Our Hands.” 
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