/ Latest News / Business / Rivers dry u… / Latest News / Business / Rivers dry up, industries fret as parts of South suffer in historic drought

Been fine here. I drive over the river every day, it’s still there. Actually, it’s rained quite a bit the last few days. And South Carolina can shrivel in the sun as far as I’m concerned after this little spiel from a public official there:

”Hopefully a nice tropical storm will come in from Mississippi and stay over us for a week,” said Freddy Vang, the deputy director of the state Natural Resources Department’s Land, Water and Conservation Division.

Leaving aside if he even realizes that there are two states between him and Mississippi, I think I speak for the people of Mississippi as well as Alabama and Georgia in saying we’d rather not have to deal with a natural disaster so you can get rained on.


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