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Shop Petal First Holds Breakfast Meet

Year, the merchants of Petal are working together to produce a city-wide shopping and dining experience for residents and visitors.   Over 60 merchants will offer specials, discounts, and door prizes to entice holiday shoppers to support local businesses in Petal. The Shop Petal First Shopping Guide will be in mailboxes on November 7.  

A new feature this year is the Dine Petal First Cash Prize. Simply make a purchase at two participating restaurants and validate the entry form to be eligible to win $200.00 cash.  The following restaurants  are participating. The Catfish Wagon, Chappell Hill Grocery & Restaurant, Corner Market Deli, El Mariachi Loco, Mom  & Dad’s Country Cooking, Wards of Petal, Chilis, Dominos, McAlister’s Deli, Robins Wharf, Sullys and Zaxbys

However, Shop Petal First is about more than sales and prizes.  It’s about our local merchants, our families, our community, and our desire to keep the Christmas season close to home. Keeping our local businesses healthy is the key to Petal’s economic future.  Make supporting our local businesses one of your core values .  Enjoy Shop Petal First on November 15-17.

OIB bank sale finally close to 'finish line'

"BancorpSouth is a great cultural fit with an operating style that is very similar to that of our company," Koh said in a press release. "Both banks have a longstanding reputation for their commitment to the communities they serve as well as the customer-focused models that both operate. We believe these core similarities will make for a seamless and successful transition over to BancorpSouth Bank." 

The Tupelo, Miss.-headquartered Bancorp South also received regulatory approval to buy First State Bank Central Texas, a deal that had also been delayed four years.

"We are pleased to have secured the necessary regulatory approvals and are working to complete both transactions," said Dan Rollins, BancorpSouth chairman and chief executive officer. "Our team is diligently executing our overall strategic plan and these acquisitions are significant to our company and an integral part of our future.

"Adding OIB strengthens our competitive position along the I-20 corridor in Louisiana."