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Location cited as factor in low attendance at Jackson Zoo

For the Jackson Zoo, it’s all about location, location, location.

Shearer overcomes back injury to continue love of dance at Indiana University

What at one point seemed impossible for a young ballerina has now become a reality.

Robert Miller was recently named public works director for the city of Jackson. Miller has a bachelor’s degree in commerce from the University of Louisville and a master’s in business administration from Indiana University.

Another new project officially began recently as ground was broken for the Windgate Visual Arts Center on the west side of the Millsaps College campus. Dr. Robert W.

Hundreds of new jobs are coming to downtown Jackson, as are new hotel rooms and new developments.

Recently, a ribbon cutting was held to mark the opening of the downtown regional business office of Baptist Memorial Health Care.

Ballet Mississippi presents holiday classic


KNEEL-IN MOVEMENT

PROGRAMS SCHEDULED TO COMMEMORATE INTEGRATION OF JACKSON CHURCHES

A week before the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum opens, local religious, educational and civic leaders will commemorate another milestone in the struggle for civil rights in Mississippi - the Kneel-In Movement.


Developer pulls rezoning appeal for StorageMax on Highland Colony

By MEGAN PHILLIPS,

Buster Bailey of H.C. Bailey Companies has pulled the Highland Colony Parkway StorageMax appeal for the Ridgeland board of aldermen’s approval.

“There was a public hearing before the zoning board (a couple of months ago). The board did not recommend approval,” Mayor Gene McGee said. “The developer pulled the item.”



Milne on new role at Jackson Academy

Jack Milne is currently the vice president and dean of school at Jackson Academy. On January 1, he will become JA’s new head of school. Before becoming vice president and dean of school at JA this past June, Milne served for 17 years at the Bolles School in Jacksonville, where he was a teacher, middle school head and associate head.





Honor Roll

Students listed to the honor roll at St. Andrew’s Episcopal School for the first quarter include:

 

Seventh Grade


Consent Decree Extension

A six-month extension could be granted to the city of Jackson’s consent decree program manager.

Recently, Public Works Director Bob Miller told the city council that he was planning to recommend a six-month extension to Burns and McDonnell, the city’s current program manager.


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First Presbyterian Day School’s Crusader Club parent organization is made up of multiple committees of parent volunteers.