Business News for the Mississippi Delta

16th Section Lawsuit – By Delbert Hosemann

The State has filed a suit against the federal government seeking at least $25 million for damage to 8,000 acres of 16thSection land belonging to three school districts in southwest Mississippi. It was not an easy decision to make, but it was the right one for our children. The background is important: The Secretary of […]

Delta Blues Museum – Celebrates Forty Years of Excellence

By Angela Rogalski Along with a brand new year, January 2019 ushered in a milestone for the Delta Blues Museum in Clarksdale as they celebrated their 40th anniversary. Shelley Ritter is executive director of the museum and says recognizing the importance of the museum’s mission is vital for the preservation of the music genre’s history […]

Roger Stolle – All Things Clarksdale and the Blues

By SCOTT COOPWOOD, Publisher, Delta Business Journal Roger Stolle’s hometown of Dayton, Ohio, is just over 650 miles from Clarksdale, Mississippi; however, growing up in Dayton, he didn’t realize his heart was already deeply rooted in the soil of the Mississippi Delta.  In 2002, he moved to Clarksdale, and his vision and efforts over the […]

Hunt Marketing – It’s A Team Effort That’s Moving the Company Forward

By Angela Rogalski Playing on a team can be the catalyst for some of the most rewarding times in a person’s life. The camaraderie and support that a team gives each other is something that can’t be replaced, whether in a personal scenario or in business. Will Hunt is the founder and CEO of Hunt […]