Senator Hyde-Smith believes the Unites States is strong when agriculture and rural America are strong. The Senator understands the unique challenges faced by rural Mississippi to provide residents with basic services, infrastructure, education, and health care. She supports policies that will allow rural communities to expand economically. The federal government should not be a roadblock to the growth and wellbeing of rural America.
Wood Pellet Plant Ribbon Cutting in Copiah County
By Andrew Harrison
GALLMAN, Miss. - The goals are to find new markets for first-cut timber and add jobs in both manufacturing and trucking.
Ground will be broken on an Alternative Energy Development at 1:00 p.m., October 31, in the Gallman Industrial Park.
U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith will join Copiah County leaders for the groundbreaking.
The plant was last used in 1992.
Northeast Mississippi Congressional Delegation Takes Questions From Students At ‘State Of The District’
State, local issues get spotlight at ICC
By Caleb Bedillion
FULTON • Jobs training and rural development were major themes as a trio of federal lawmakers evaluated the state of Mississippi and of the 1st Congressional District.
Sen. Roger Wicker, Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith and Rep. Trent Kelly gathered on Monday at the Fulton campus of Itawamba Community College.
Perhaps with a nod to the setting, education and jobs training took the spotlight.