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Neurologist Keith Tansey, right, watches as Steve Webster of Flora steps with the aid of the LokomatPro FreeD as part of a study being conducted in Methodist Rehabilitation Center’s NeuroRobotics Lab.
Neurologist Keith Tansey, right, watches as Steve Webster of Flora steps with the aid of the LokomatPro FreeD as part of a study being conducted in Methodist Rehabilitation Center’s NeuroRobotics Lab.
Wednesday, February 20, 2019 12:00 PM
As he winds up his two-year tenure as president of the American Spinal Injury Association, Dr. Keith Tansey of Ridgeland, can look back on a number of notable initiatives.
  • Aldermen approve gas station pumps
    RIDGELAND — A Shell station on Old Canton Road here will overhaul part of its exterior after aldermen approved changes to the 15-foot canopy Tuesday evening.
  • Full-time farmers market fails to pass
    RIDGELAND — Despite support from some city officials, aldermen on Tuesday decided to deny another proposed management agreement for the city farmers market that launched last fall
  • Supes spar over county roads
    Residents piled into the county supervisors meeting room in Canton Tuesday night to ask why funds originally budgeted to pave their roads were removed, setting up a showdown between Board President Trey Baxter and District 4 Supervisor David Bishop.
  • Father, son sentenced in car scheme
    A Madison man and his father were sentenced to federal prison this week for their role in an odometer rollback scheme that lasted upwards of four years.
  • Supes approve claim for Bozeman potholes
    County supervisors are reviewing changes to a road claim policy after a Madison man argued the current policy is unfair to taxpayers. 
  • The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality awarded Madison County a solid waste assistance grant of over $70,000 that will be used by county officials for household hazardous waste and E-waste collection.
  • Cory Wilson sworn in as new state Court of Appeals judge
    New Court of Appeals Judge Cory T. Wilson of Madison was sworn in on Feb. 15 in Jackson.
  • Drug dealer sentenced to 40 years
    A convicted Canton drug dealer gets to spend the next 40 years in prison with no opportunity for early parole after being sentenced in circuit court last week. 
  • Mercedes dealership receives tax correction after initial filing error
    Madison County supervisors granted the new Mercedes Benz dealership in Ridgeland an amendment to its tax bill that will save the business nearly $235,000. 
  • Grayhawk Mardi Gras
    Grayhawk subdivision held its first ever Mardi Gras cooking contest and parade on Saturday, Feb. 16 and didn't let a cold, gray day dampen the enthusiasm.
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