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The Jackson Sun

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Past articles by David:

Vote here: AMP in competition for music series

The Amphitheater at the Market is in the running to bring an expanded live music series to Jackson for the 2017 season, and here’s where we get involved. → Read More

Friends remember Jonas Kisber Jr.

Besides running Kisber’s Department Stores Inc., Kisber is also remembered for a distinguished career in public service. → Read More

Business Notebook

Culver’s in Jackson? It’s possible, but … “All of our restaurants are franchised, so we have to find someone who is interested,” said Jody Coy, Culver’s Development Department coordinator. Culver’s menu features its trademark ButterBurgers and frozen custard, which is also sold in bulk. The menu also includes pork and fish, fried chicken, veggie burgers, salads and sundaes. The menu is divided… → Read More

Mulligan's prepares for new era

The owner joined staff, city officials and Red Coats from the Jackson Chamber to break ground Wednesday. → Read More

Open house: Christmas at Northpark

Christmas at Northpark will be held at The Shoppes at Northpark Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. → Read More

Jackson reassigns Bent Tree golf course to Talkington

The Jackson City Council transferred the rights of the city-owned Bent Tree Golf Course to Jackson Golf Management. → Read More

Couple return to another era with The Cumberland House

It took some persuasion when Kathi Leatherwood told her husband they might want to buy the historic Cumberland House. → Read More

Construction continues on Humboldt spec building

Bridger HVAC, Milan, looks to have a 2,904-square-foot facility at 3150 East End Drive completed by the middle of December. → Read More

Hazardous Waste Day Saturday at Farmers' Market

Residents can help protect the environment by bringing hazardous products they no longer need to the City of Jackson’s Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Saturday, at 112 Union Ave., behind the West Tennessee Farmers’ Market. → Read More

Artist preserves history of church's former home

History is being removed one stained-glass window at a time at the old West Jackson Baptist Church. → Read More

Mulligan's Restaurant relocating to Thomsen Farms

Owner Mary Truett said the facility will have an authentic Irish flavor and be located in the Union Station development. → Read More

Marshall Talkington makes play for Bent Tree

If Marshall Talkington’s resume is all that’s needed, you would assume the City of Jackson will hand him the keys to Bent Tree Golf Course. → Read More

Search begins for next CEO of West Tennessee Healthcare

The search firm of Witt/Kieffer has been selected by West Tennessee Healthcare to find its next CEO. → Read More

Wine in grocery stores on ballot in Humboldt

A local package store will face competition from Wal-Mart if voters in Humboldt's Nov. 8 General Election approve wine to be sold in retail food stores. → Read More

Dart's Carts: 'Not just for golf anymore'

Besides sales, the company leases and delivers carts. → Read More

VIDEO: Trad Longeway owns Dart's Carts, 1170 U.S. 45 Bypass in Jackson

Trad Longeway began servicing and restoring golf carts in 2011. He is the owner of Dart's Carts, 1170 U.S. 45 Bypass in Jackson. → Read More

Hargett backs early voting

Tennessee Secretary of State makes Madison County stop → Read More

Jack's Restaurant to open in December

Construction on a new Jack’s Family Restaurant — a fast-food chain known for burgers, fries and milkshakes — continues at 157 Parkstone Place (Park Place East) near the West Tennessee Healthcare Sportsplex. The building is about 3,400 square feet and is projected to open in December. The restaurant is located within walking distance of a Taco Bell and Holiday Inn Express & Suites on 1.31… → Read More

VIDEO: Secretary of State Tre Hargett discusses early voting

Secretary of State Tre Hargett visited the Madison County Election Commission to encourage early voting. → Read More

Jet's Pizza cuts ribbon at new location today

Jet's Pizza makes it official when a ribbon cutting is held at 3 p.m., today at 9 Chloe Place in Park Place West, near the West Tennessee Healthcare Sportsplex. → Read More