Archive | May 7th, 2014

LLOYD GRAY: Not everyone always for disaster relief …

May 7, 2014

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Here is an excerpt from Lloyd Gray’s Sunday column in the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal in which he takes Chris McDaniel to task for his previous statements in which he said he isn’t sure whether he would have voted for disaster aid for the Gulf Coast in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina … This was Tupelo’s […]

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Report finds Coast ‘exceptionally vulnerable’ to global warming

May 7, 2014

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A new report says global warming is a real threat to the region, and its affects could be felt first on the Gulf Coast. The Southeast is “exceptionally vulnerable” to sea level rise, extreme heat events, hurricanes and a decreasing freshwater supply, according to the National Climate Assessment. The 11-state region — home to seven […]

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BOBBY HARRISON: What happens to 61,500 in state if ACA is repealed?

May 7, 2014

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BOBBY HARRISON

If all those people who signed up for health insurance on the exchange offered through the Affordable Care Act , or Obamacare as it is known, lived in one Mississippi city, it would be the state’s third largest municipality. If they all lived in one county, it would be the 13th largest in Mississippi. In […]

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C Spire to begin building Fiber to the Home infrastructure

May 7, 2014

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C Spire’s plan of building a high-speed Internet network in selected communities has reached another milestone. C Spire will hold a news conference tomorrow in Ridgeland when the company will announce the beginning of construction on its ultra-high speed 1 Gig Fiber to the Home initiative. The announcement is the next step in C Spire’s […]

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