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  • WLOX Editorial: Let's all do our part

    WLOX Editorial: Let's all do our part

    Wednesday, August 15 2018 1:02 PM EDT2018-08-15 17:02:42 GMT

    The streets just got more congested and the urgency of some drivers is more evident. With school back in session, there are more student drivers on the road for the morning and afternoon rush. Not to mention adding school buses to the mix.

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    The streets just got more congested and the urgency of some drivers is more evident. With school back in session, there are more student drivers on the road for the morning and afternoon rush. Not to mention adding school buses to the mix.

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  • WLOX Editorial: Congratulations to all in our tourism industry

    WLOX Editorial: Congratulations to all in our tourism industry

    Wednesday, August 8 2018 3:09 PM EDT2018-08-08 19:09:12 GMT

    There is good news to report for Mississippi Gulf Coast tourism. More people are visiting, up to 13.5 million in 2017. An increase of 6.3% over 2015. That's double the national tourism growth.  Lots of people drive in and leave in the same day, but 43% are overnight trips bringing in $1.17 billion in tourism spending. 

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    There is good news to report for Mississippi Gulf Coast tourism. More people are visiting, up to 13.5 million in 2017. An increase of 6.3% over 2015. That's double the national tourism growth.  Lots of people drive in and leave in the same day, but 43% are overnight trips bringing in $1.17 billion in tourism spending. 

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  • WLOX Editorial: Long term reforms and funding needed

    WLOX Editorial: Long term reforms and funding needed

    Wednesday, August 1 2018 4:45 PM EDT2018-08-01 20:45:36 GMT

    Here we are in the middle of hurricane season, and for the third time this year, the federal government can't get its act together on funding the National Flood Insurance Program. All Congress can seem to get through is four months of temporary funding. And each time, right on time or after a temporary lapse.

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    Here we are in the middle of hurricane season, and for the third time this year, the federal government can't get its act together on funding the National Flood Insurance Program. All Congress can seem to get through is four months of temporary funding. And each time, right on time or after a temporary lapse.

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