Tornado recovery needs housing, hospital and jobs

LOUISVILLE, Miss. — Rescuers were still looking for people missing after Monday’s tornado when Louisville and Winston County officials started thinking about long-term recovery. The county of 19,000 people in east Mississippi faces three major challenges — housing for hundreds left homeless, rebuilding its health care system after the twister shattered its hospital and jump-starting storm-damaged businesses. Rebuilding will be slow, and not all residents may stick with it to the end. Take it from Smithville. Just last Sunday, the Monroe County town celebrated completion of a new town hall, a milestone on the third anniversary of a tornado that killed 16 residents and destroyed…
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