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Last frontier state offers nursing adventure

By Carole Kelly Close encounters with stalking white wolves or prowling bears took the place of a more routine life for Clinton nurse Dixie Ishee, FNP-C, who responded last year to a call for medical personnel to serve in Alaska. When not at home in Clinton seeing patients at Baptist Medical Clinic, she served in…

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Hudson’s Journey: EXTRA Acts of Kindness

   March is here and the old saying, “out like a lion, in like a lamb” may be true about the weather; but it’s also about everything that was cold finding a new warmth. Blooming, coming out of hibernation, cheerful colors and more kindness, well. seems to follow.      This month holds one of…

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ARROWS ADVANCE TO CHAMPIONSHIP BASKETBALL TOURMAENT AGAIN

BY  Danny C. Davis For the third time in  the last three years the Clinton Arrow boy’s basketball team is headed to the MHSAA  State Championship basketball series at the Mississippi Coliseum in Jackson. Clinton( 22-6) defeated Madison Central on February 23 rd 46-34 in the Class 7A North quarterfinals at Mississippi Valley State University …

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MC Communication Faculty Demonstrates Commitment to Profession by Earning PR Credential

The world of communication presents an ever-changing landscape for J. Mignon Kucia. For example, when the professor of communication at Mississippi College obtained her doctorate, social media didn’t exist. Try finding a way to communicate with companies, corporations, and the public without using some form of the electronic technology today. “We have to understand how…

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Chamber sponsors ribbon cuttings for New Directions Insurance & for Lion’s Den Tobacco, LLC

The Clinton Chamber of Commerce recently sponsored a ribbon cutting for New Directions Insurance. New Direction Insurance staff members were joined by Chamber board members, Chamber ambassadors, City officials, family and friends. They are located at 123-A Highway 80 East #204. For more information, call 601-564-4491. The Clinton Chamber of Commerce recently sponsored a ribbon…

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Beyond Beauty: Exploring the Reasons for Breast Reduction Surgery

Many women are not happy with their breast size and shape. While some pursue breast augmentation procedures hoping to achieve their desired fuller bustline, others consider breast reduction surgery to address physical discomfort or disproportionately large breasts that interfere with daily activities.   For those who experience emotional unease or physical pain related to overly…

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How Financial Cycle Solutions Can Transform Healthcare Organizations Today 

In the complex and dynamic landscape of healthcare management, financial cycle solutions play a crucial role in ensuring sustainable operations and quality patient care. These solutions encompass a range of strategies and processes aimed at optimizing the financial aspects of healthcare organizations, from revenue cycle management to cost containment and budgeting. Understanding the significance of…

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Public meeting addresses Clinton’s stormwater issues

By Randy Bell About a dozen Clintonians concerned about how heavy rain is flooding their streets, eroding their property or sending mud into their yards showed up for the City’s annual public meeting on stormwater issues, which is a Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) requirement. “We’re monitored by DEQ,” says City Stormwater Official Brad…

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