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February 27, 2007

Governor Haley Barbour and FIrst Lady Marsha Barbour pose in a Toyota Highlander, the Sports Utility Vehicle that will be produced at the Toyota plant in Tupelo.


February 27, 2007

Governor Haley Barbour, joined by Senator Trent Lott and Toyota executives, enthusiastically announce that the Toyota Motor Corporation will manufacture cars in the Tupelo area.  


February 16, 2007

During the 2007 Governor's Awards for Excellence in the Arts ceremony, Governor Haley Barbour and First Lady Marsha Barbour present the Lifetime Achievement award to legendary blues musician, Bo Diddley.


February 14, 2007

Governor Barbour and Richton Mayor Jimmy White join U.S. Secretary Samuel W. Bodman as he announces that Richton, MS, will be the site for the expansion of the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) during a signing ceremony held at the University of Southern Mississippi.


February 2, 2007

Governor Haley Barbour and Secretary of State Eric Clark were joined by Jackson State University President, Dr. Ronald Mason, Jr., to sign papers that transfer 73 tax-forfeited parcels of land from the State of Mississippi to JSU, the State's only urban university.


December 11, 2006

Governor Haley Barbour unveils the first marker of the Mississippi Blues Trail, which was dedicated to blues legend Charley Patton, in Holly Ridge.



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