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MDOT Response Continues Following Hurricane Nate

Updated information: Tuesday, October 10, 11:30 A.M. CDT JACKSON, MISS. –Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) crews continue remaining recovery efforts following Hurricane Nate along the Gulf Coast. “All travel lanes are open, but MDOT crews will continue clearing sand from … Continue reading

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Hurricane Nate Recovery Update

PEARL – The Mississippi Gulf Coast and South Mississippi has shifted to the recovery phase in the aftermath of Hurricane Nate. There have still been no injuries reported in relation to Nate, and the focus is now on restoring electrical … Continue reading

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Singing River Electric Crews working to restore power following Hurricane Nate

Trucks will roll out into the communities before daylight this morning. Eight different Mississippi electric cooperative crews and six contract crews join Singing River Electric linemen to expedite the effort of restoring power to southeast Mississippi. As of 5:30 a.m. … Continue reading

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MDEQ Issues Closure for all Mississippi Gulf Coast Beaches

(JACKSON, Miss.) – The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ), through its Beach Monitoring Program, issued a closure Monday for all beaches across the Mississippi Gulf Coast.  The beaches are closed to access as a public health precaution until the hurricane debris … Continue reading

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MDOT response underway after Nate; motorists advised to stay off Hwy 90

PEARL, MISS.- Hurricane Nate’s landfall on the Mississippi Gulf Coast brought a significant storm surge, heavy rainfall and high winds to the state. The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) began clearing debris last night as the storm passed and are … Continue reading

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MDOT response underway after Nate; motorists advised to stay off Hwy 90

PEARL, MISS.- Hurricane Nate’s landfall on the Mississippi Gulf Coast brought a significant storm surge, heavy rainfall and high winds to the state. The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) began clearing debris last night as the storm passed and are … Continue reading

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MDOT response underway after Nate; motorists advised to stay off Hwy 90

PEARL, MISS.- Hurricane Nate’s landfall on the Mississippi Gulf Coast brought a significant storm surge, heavy rainfall and high winds to the state. The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) began clearing debris last night as the storm passed and are … Continue reading

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UPDATE AT 10 AM, Sunday  OCTOBER 8, 2017

Coast Electric (Kiln) and Singing River Electric (Lucedale) were the only systems that received any significant damage. Coast Electric had about 8,000 outages at their peak and are down around 1,000 now. Singing River Electric had around 32,000 outages at their peak … Continue reading

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Power Outage Update 10 am.

SUNDAY: October 8, 2017 Electric power associations, serving in south Mississippi, are reporting approximately 41,400 meters without electric service at 7:00 a.m. Singing River Electric, serving in the hardest hit area, has 32,700 outages and Coast Electric is reporting 8,700 … Continue reading

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Nate Update:

All curfews lifted on the gulf coast, still only travel if necessary while roads are cleared and assessed.

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