Archive | November 19th, 2013

Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann returns more than $9.7 million to Gulf Coast

November 19, 2013

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GULFPORT, Mississippi — Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann presented the Mississippi Gulf Coast Legislative Delegation and the Department of Marine Resources with a check today for $9,755,926.46 to benefit Gulf Coast residents–the largest tidelands amount ever returned to the Gulf Coast to date. “The tidelands check is a crucial component to preserving the culture of […]

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C Spire launches PERCS upgrades: Device upgrades that are simpler

November 19, 2013

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RIDGELAND, Mississippi — The world doesn’t wait to advance every two years, so why should wireless users? New devices, apps and accessories get better every day, which is why C Spire thinks consumers shouldn’t be forced to wait two years or pay exorbitant prices to get the latest and greatest devices. C Spire rolled out […]

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Area Development Magazine ranks Mississippi as second in the nation for competitive utility rates

November 19, 2013

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Northern District Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley. (PSC photo)

  JACKSON, Mississippi — Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley announced today that Area Development, a national site selection publication, recently ranked Mississippi as second in the nation for competitive utility rates related to economic development and job growth. “I am proud that the economic development community around the country is taking note of the pro-jobs […]

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Scientists looking for new weapons to fight cotton-damaging insect

November 19, 2013

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Cotton has made a rebound over the last few years, but growers still face challenges. One of those is damage from insects. However, new research shows potential for offering new strategies to limit tarnished plant bug damage in cotton, though sure options already exist. Mississippi State University scientists and Extension specialists have compiled decades of […]

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