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Julia West: In Port in Pascagoula, MS, March 17, 2015

NOAA Teacher at Sea
Julia West
Aboard NOAA ship Gordon Gunter
March 17 – April 2, 2015

Mission: Winter Plankton Survey
Geographic area of cruise:  1,038 more words

NOAA Teacher At Sea

MissPres News Roundup 3-16-2015

I know you’re probably exhausted, as I am, from a weekend of revelry in celebration of Pi Day, but alas, it’s time to get down to business. 1,135 more words

Jackson

MissPres News Roundup 3-2-2015

Lots of news in the last two weeks, so let’s go.

In Starkville, the0$55 million conversion of the Cooley Building, the old John M. Stone textile mill, into a convention, hotel, and office center is moving along and is expected to be completed in early May, according to the… 819 more words

Historic Preservation

MissPres News Roundup 1-12-2015

How about a little news roundup to get us back into the news in this New Year?

There’s hopeful news out of Pascagoula, where the stunning Modern/Googie-style high-rise building built as the Pascagoula-Moss Point and later occupied by Hancock Bank has new owners and a new future. 862 more words

Featured

Auld Lang Syne: Friends We Lost in 2014

It’s time to start our traditional MissPres end-of-year lists for 2014 and as usual, we begin with a sad list of lost historic buildings. Some of these have gotten attention through the year, some haven’t, but I think it’s important to see them again in a long row to remind ourselves why we are preservationists. 835 more words

Historic Preservation

Day 12 - New Orleans to Destin - Beautiful Beaches, Cotton Fields and Three State Lines

Wednesday 12 November:

After our day of rest, we have another long day in the saddle with potentially a lot to see and a total of four states to cross. 1,892 more words

Holidays & Travel

Gulf Coast, part 1: Mississippi & Alabama

Leaving New Orleans, our next destination was Daytona Beach, FL. But since that trip was over 9 hours of driving time, we broke it up and made a couple of overnight stops along the Gulf Coast. 468 more words

Campground Reviews