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Inaugural Industry Appreciation Luncheon Touts Regionalism

SCOOBA —  East Mississippi Community College inaugurated a new tradition Tuesday at its Scooba campus with the 1st Annual Industry Appreciation Luncheon.

E-Magnolia Offer M3 Credentials

Mississippi’s innovative E-Magnolia online learning system now offers the M3 Credentials developed bythe West Alabama – East Mississippi WIRED Initiative.

ALA-TOM RC&D Council Grant Helps Southwest Alabama Grow

A $60,000 grant from the Alabama-Tombigbee Rural Conservation and Development Council to the University of Alabama Center for Economic Development (UCED) is paying dividends for Southwest Alabama.