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Lincoln County’s new website sets a higher standard for digital government thanks to the Board of Supervisors’ leadership and valuable input from staff members.  Purposefully designed to make it easier for citizens to access and utilize County services via the Internet, the new website www.golincolnms.com was built with an emphasis on responsive design, improved search functionality, an updated look, and easy-to-use navigation.

Getting information to the public in a timely and convenient manner is one of the primary goals of the Board of Commissioners. With that goal in mind, Lamar County, Alabama has launched a new website that makes it easier than ever for citizens, businesses, and visitors to access information about the County from their computer, tablet, and mobile phone. The newly designed website www.lamarcountyal.com includes functionality that will aid the County with getting resources to the public quickly and easily.

Mississippi Valley State University (MSVU) is proud to unveil a newly designed and mobile-friendly website at www.mvsu.edu. The responsive site provides a dynamic platform for showcasing all the University has to offer and an improved, user-friendly navigation to help make locating information much more intuitive. Built on a content management system that will allow the University to more efficiently and effectively update content, the website also utilizes the best of social media.

The City of Newton’s annual Loose Caboose Festival will now attract even more visitors with the recent launch of the city’s new website www.newtonms.org.  Ready to see local attractions?  Looking for a job nearby?  Want to start a new business?  The City's mobile-friendly website is focused on meeting the needs of residents, businesses, and visitors, and is packed with useful tools, pictures, links, and search features. 

The following article by Mark Rogers was published in the Columbian-Progress on March 18:

Want to pay a county garbage bill online or find how to contact your county supervisor? Now there is an easy way, the new Marion County Web site.

Recently, at a Marion County Board of Supervisors meeting at its offices on Courthouse Square, David Crawford of U.S.NEXT, introduced www.marioncountyms.com to county Board members and staff.

“You are never fully dressed without a smile,” and Crosby Dental Group gives their patients a big reason to smile. The launch of their new website, www.crosbydentalgroup.com, is just one more way to deliver their gentle, compassionate care by providing an online resource for up-to-the-minute information and advice for oral health needs.

Highlighting the Board of Supervisors’ goal to focus on enhancing and modernizing service delivery to residents, businesses and visitors, Stone County recently unveiled their new website www.stonecountygov.com. The new website features streamlined information, improved search, intuitive navigation, and a modern, vibrant look and feel redesigned to enhance user experience.

Nestled in the southeast area of Mississippi, it’s always a pleasure to visit Greene County and enjoy the resources, history and beauty it offers.  And now, with the launch of the County’s new website, there’s a whole new way to experience it.  Located at www.greenecountyms.gov, the site features the latest trends in online resources, layout, navigation, search, and visibility from computers and mobile devices.

When the Board of Supervisors began discussing a new website for Prentiss County, the goal was to create a valuable, functional tool – not just an online brochure. With that objective in mind, the County has launched a mobile-responsive website that makes it easier for citizens, businesses, and visitors to access information from their computer, tablet, and mobile phone. The newly designed website, www.prentisscounty.org, includes a distinctive look and feel as well as up-to-date functionality.

Today U.S.NEXT announced they have launched 36 new client websites during the first three quarters of 2016.  The clients include a variety of businesses, county and city governments, not-for-profit organizations, and professional firms:

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