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David Rich shows off a bottle of the first batch of legal bourbon made in the state.
David Rich shows off a bottle of the first batch of legal bourbon made in the state.
Wednesday, November 22, 2017 6:00 PM
CANTON — History is literally being made here, and next week, people throughout Mississippi will have an opportunity to taste a batch of bourbon over two years in the making.
  • Madison wins flip in supes’ vote
    Madison County supervisors made sweeping changes to road projects Monday night with a new 3-2 voting alignment that includes funding for Gluckstadt Road, Weisenberger Road and Sulphur Springs Park.
  • MCEDA to seek money over airport
    The Madison County Economic Development Authority is seeking to recover nearly $1 million over a 2013 airport study they allege their legal counsel at the time improperly advised them to sign.
  • Banks’ challenge set for late April
    A jury trial has been ordered in the over two-year-old District 4 supervisor election challenge by Karl Banks.
  • Madison the City Chamber of Commerce is throwing itself a 30th anniversary party
    The annual Madison’s Night Out on Dec. 1 celebrates 30 years of the chamber as it heads into its fourth decade of serving the business community. The party, complete with good music, delicious food and an extraordinary array of silent auction gifts, is set for 6:30 p.m. at Madison Square Center for the Arts on Main Street.
  • Business League names board
    The Madison County Business League & Foundation is proud to announce the 2017-18 Board of Directors elected by its membership. The Madison County Business League & Foundation & Foundation was created in 2008 by the Madison County Economic Development Authority (MCEDA) and the Madison County Board of Supervisors to promote economic planning and developmen
  • Supes fire State-Aid engineer over map
    Madison County supervisors voted 3-2 Monday night to fire their State Aid engineer after one supervisor charged that the engineer wasn’t working for the county as a whole.
  • New camera ordinance for city of Madison
    MADISON — Local installers have seen marked interest in security cameras as the deadline draws near on a city ordinance that will require most businesses to have security cameras at their establishments.
  • Parrott to speak at mayor’s breakfast
    Dr. Roger Parrott, president of Belhaven University, will be the featured guest speaker at the annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast sponsored by the City of Ridgeland Chamber of Commerce, Tuesday, Dec. 5.
  • America’s oldest Singing Christmas Tree celebrating 85 years Dec. 1-2
    JACKSON – For the past 85 years, students have readied their voices and gathered on a 35-foot tall structure to be part of the oldest singing Christmas tree tradition in the United States
  • Gluckstadt Road, Sulphur Springs get funded
    Supervisors are moving forward with a $3.3 million short-term bond that will pay for improvements on Gluckstadt Road and to complete the controversial Sulphur Springs Park in northeast Madison County.
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