Senator Hyde-Smith believes preparedness is imperative to protecting lives and property when severe storms and natural disasters hit Mississippi and other areas of the country. A state-level lawmaker when Hurricane Katrina devastated the state, she recognizes the role of the federal government in helping individuals, communities, and the state rebound after such disasters. Senator Hyde-Smith supports the Federal Emergency Management Agency and efforts to improve the agency’s effectiveness.
HYDE-SMITH ANNOUNCES FEMA DISASTER AID FOR ISSAQUENA & ALCORN COUNTIES
Nearly $3.0 Million in Public Assistance Funds Will Offset Roadway Repair, Utility Restoration Costs
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.), a member of the Senate Homeland Security Appropriations Subcommittee, today said the award of nearly $3.0 million in federal disaster grants will offset costs for repairing roadways in Issaquena County and restoring utilities distribution lines in Alcorn County.
HYDE-SMITH: FEMA PROVIDES $1.48 MILLION FOR CORINTH DRAINAGE PIPE REPAIR
Tropical Storm Olga Flooding Damaged Underground Storm Drainage System
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) today announced that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has approved $1.48 million to support the City of Corinth’s repair of an underground storm drainage system.
FEMA is providing 75 percent of the repair cost for the South Corinth Arch Pipe Drainage System, which was damaged...
HYDE-SMITH URGES SENATORS TO CONFIRM CORY WILSON TO THE FIFTH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS
Miss. Senator Addresses Senate on Behalf of Mississippi Nominee
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) today encouraged her Senate colleagues to confirm Mississippi Court of Appeals Judge Cory T. Wilson to be a U.S. Circuit Judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.
In a floor speech, Hyde...
Warren County receives federal food and shelter program funds
By John Surratt
United Way of West Central Mississippi will be the beneficiary of almost $60,000 in federal emergency shelter and food money to help the homeless and provide food for those in need.
The money is part of $3...
Jones getting $70K from FEMA for food
Mississippi will receive $3.6 million from FEMA’s Emergency Food and Shelter Program to assist nonprofits that are helping residents who are experiencing hunger and homelessness, according to a press release from Sen. Cindy Hyde...
Nearly 20 area houses damaged Sunday
By Matt Williamson
Seventeen homes in southwest Mississippi were damaged in Sunday's storm that spawned a tornado and killed one person in Mississippi, the state's Emergency Management Agency confirmed Tuesday.
The National Weather...