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Nov 24, 2020

mLife Diagnostics LLC of Marshall announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has granted Emergency Use Authorization, or EUA, for the mLife True saliva COVID-19 collection kit for testing at Express Gene Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory of Miami, Florida.

mLife CEO Alan Loudermilk said that this authorization allows any clinic in the country to utilize the new, and less invasive COVID-19 test created by the company.

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By Jessica Harker - Marshall News Messenger | Nov 24, 2020

mLife Diagnostics LLC of Marshall announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has granted Emergency Use Authorization, or EUA, for the mLife True saliva COVID-19 collection kit for testing at Express Gene Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory of Miami, Florida.

mLife CEO Alan Loudermilk said that this authorization allows any clinic in the country to utilize the new, and less invasive COVID-19 test created by the company.

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By Naissa Lopez - Texas State Technical College | Nov 17, 2020

(HARLINGEN, Texas) - Texas State Technical College will offer a fast-paced Workforce Training boot camp in Cybersecurity. The first cohort will begin in February, and the curriculum will feature eight industry-grade foundational courses that will equip students with the knowledge they need to get their foot into the world of cybersecurity.

 

TSTC interim director of special projects Kori Bowen said that these rapid courses will help students gain the knowledge they need and also help them find job... Read More

By Special to the News Messenger - Marshall News Messenger | Nov 1, 2020
Texas State Technical College now has a tangible reminder of an alumnus, thanks to a generous gift.   Rick Berry had a heart as big as the outdoors, where he loved to hunt and fish. The resident of Carthage grew up traveling throughout Greece and the Middle East with his father, who was in the oil industry, and graduated from the American School in Aberdeen, Scotland.   Read More
By Special to the News Messenger - Marshall News Messenger | Oct 30, 2020
Students from Texas State Technical College campuses across the state can take advantage of scholarship funds donated by energy company Phillips 66.   The TSTC Foundation was recently awarded $50,000 from Phillips 66 to assist students with scholarships and student aid funds.   Read More
By Staff Reports - Marshall News Messenger | Oct 19, 2020

Rush Harris, CEcD, has been selected to serve as the new Executive Director of the Marshall Economic Development Corporation (Marshall EDC) by a unanimous vote of the organization’s Board of Directors. Harris will be replacing, Donna Maisel, CEcD who announced her retirement last month. Harris previously held the title of Director of Business Services for Marshall EDC and has worked with the EDC for over six years.

 

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By Staff Reports - Marshall News Messenger | Oct 15, 2020
The 2020 Texas Municipal League Municipal (TML) Excellence Awards seeks out merit annually in five categories: City Spirit, management innovations, communication programs, public safety, and public works. An independent panel of judges with considerable municipal government experience reviewed all applications on the innovation, achievement of the goal, long-term value to the city and the project utilized in other cities.   Read More
By Staff Reports - Marshall News Messenger | Oct 7, 2020

After 12 years of service to Marshall, Donna Maisel, CEcD, Executive Director of the Marshall Economic Development Corporation (Marshall EDC) publicly announced to her staff and the Marshall EDC Board of Directors that she would be retiring from her position at the end of October.

Chairman Hal Cornish led the board members in accepting Maisel’s letter of resignation with heartfelt words of thanks for her service to the EDC, to Marshall, and to the surrounding community.

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By Bill Hethcock - Dallas Business Journal | Sep 28, 2020

Despite some companies pausing projects due to the pandemic and the resulting economic meltdown, Texas has more potential corporate relocations and expansions in the pipeline than before Covid-19 hit, a top state economic development official said in a summit on Sept. 24.

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By Wyndi Veigel - Marshall News Messenger | Sep 22, 2020
Potential jobs were on tap for hundreds Saturday as the newly-announced Dirt Cheap held a job fair to fill approximately 500 jobs at their new location in Marshall.   The business will lease 325,000 square feet of a privately owned structure at 2938 Brown Road, to serve their retail outlets in Texas, Western Louisiana and Southern Arkansas. A retail outlet for Dirt Cheap that is open to the public will also be located on the premises.   Read More

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