Our Opinion: Debris removal creates an image for recovery
Residents in central and north Tupelo and northern Lee County areas near the city welcomed the sight and sound of debris-removal trucks and equipment this week, the start of an expected 90-day clean-up of an estimated 200,000 cubic yards of ruin left by an EF3 tornado at mid-afternoon April 28. The twister, with roaring winds projected at 150 mph, ... (more)
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#1 May 15, 2014
All the paper cares about is image. Tupelo will not be healed till the public has an average income of the middle class and things are built to withstand 150 MPH winds.
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