Last Build Date: Tue, 02 Sep 2008 21:23:26 -0400
Tue, 02 Sep 2008 21:23:26 -0400Citizen diarist Steve Harper of Bay St. Louis, Miss., writes that no hurricane should stand in the way of a good party.
Fri, 29 Aug 2008 12:15:16 -0400Citizen diarist Heather Harper writes that residents of Bay St. Louis and Waveland, Miss., are holding their collective breath as Gustav advances on the Gulf Coast.
Thu, 28 Aug 2008 20:30:28 -0400People now talk about Hurricane Katrina as an historic event, but it remains very much a part of the coastal consciousness, citizen diarist Heather Harper writes.
Thu, 28 Aug 2008 20:27:41 -0400House by house, street by street, Waveland is coming back to life, citizen diarist Gwen Impson writes.
Thu, 28 Aug 2008 20:23:21 -0400Just as the trees have made a comeback three years after Hurricane Katrina, citizen-diarist Steve Harper's artistic nature has bloomed again after a long dry spell.
Thu, 28 Aug 2008 20:20:49 -0400Looking back over three years it is striking how much has been accomplished, but complete recovery will take at least a decade, citizen diarist Mary Perkins writes.
Fri, 21 Mar 2008 13:48:10 -0400Of the dozens of building contractors punished by the state of Mississippi for preying on victims of Hurricane Katrina, one stands out from the crowd of mostly small-time, fly-by-night operators: Call Henry, a Florida-based firm with hundreds of employees that...
Wed, 29 Aug 2007 16:09:25 -0400Donna Armstrong of Diamondhead may be President Bush's biggest fan in Hancock County, Miss. On Wednesday, she waited for more than an hour in blazing heat for a glimpse of the president's motorcade.
Wed, 29 Aug 2007 11:53:38 -0400In a ceremony marking the second anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, elected officials in Hancock County, Miss., praise the area’s emergency workers, volunteers and the “strong, resilient, self-reliant, caring people” of Mississippi.
Wed, 29 Aug 2007 05:01:00 -0400While many who were dealt blows by Hurricane Katrina are recovered, thousands of hurricane refugees are still living in FEMA trailers without the resources to regain the small shreds of independence they enjoyed before the storm. MSNBC.com's Mike Stuckey has their story.