>> BED BUGS AND BEYOND State entomologist, hospitality industry at odds over bed bug infestation — By Ted Carter
Also in this week’s paper:
>> MSC ADDRESSES “CON” LAW State court says original jurisdiction over “certificate of need” unconstitutional— by Clay Chandler
>> MAIN STREET MISSISSIPPI— Old Pascagoula High lives on as senior housing— by Ted Carter
>> MARTY WISEMAN Can government run like a business?
>> NANCY ANDERSON Social Security isn’t going anywhere
>> MBJ FOCUS/LIST: Meetings & Conventions/Hotels, Museums, Casinos
>> BACK IN THE GAME Tunica on track after 2011 flood, seeing major increases in activity— by Becky Gillette
>> “PREPARING FOR THE WORST” State ready for disasters with MEMA’s state-of-the-art emergency center— by Lynn Lofton
>> SMALL BUSINESS Breakfast at The Alluvian stands up to the stellar reputation of Viking Range— by Becky Gillette
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