Thursday, April 10, 2014
I grew up in the woods.
In my case, that was 12 miles from the nearest town.
Close to Nowhere
I’m turning into my father. Not only do I look like him, I’m “remembering” like he did also.
My first Pilgrimage here was special – because it was my first. I love Pilgrimage when the weather works out and it appears to be going to favor us again this year.
LNG exports important to United States economy
Advances in technology are bringing southwest Mississippi closer to the shale boom that scientists and energy producers have anticipated in the area for years. The geologic formation known as the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale, which spans parts of Louisiana and Mississippi, is estimated to hold some seven billion barrels of oil – making it possibly one of the largest fields in the country.
Job growth most important issue in Mississippi
Speaking before the Rotary Club of Jackson recently, Governor Bryant addressed the issue of special tax incentives to lure big manufacturers to Mississippi.
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