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Page 13: Historic boat getting makeover in D'Iberville
The organization Friends of the Governor Stone owns the boat today, and they rely on Holland's knowledge and craftsmanship whenever it needs repairs.
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The Mississippi Press
Tina Shumate's federal charges in DMR scandal dropped after 2-year sentence on state charges
Federal prosecutors, apparently satisfied with a guilty plea in state court, are dismissing charges against a former Mississippi Department of Marine Resources manager.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Bilox Takes Ice Bucket Challenge
On steps of City Hall, Biloxi city officials take part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, and call out Bobby Eleuterius and the D'Iberville city officials.
Three South Mississippi restaurants cited for health violations
Three eateries in South Mississippi received a C rating from the Mississippi Health Department in the last week for critical violations.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Civitan presidents, president-elects attend leadership training
Club presidents and president-elects represented various Civitan clubs in the Magnolia District of Civitan International during a regional club officer leadership training held in Mobile.
Gulfport director says of proposed aquarium, 'We want it!'
Several proposals are floating around, city officials verified. They have no written agreement with a development company to pursue an aquarium, Mayor Billy Hewes said, but an artist's rendering of an aquarium, with a skywalk over what could be U.S. 90, has been making the rounds.
Bret Michaels coming to D'Iberville pet store
Fans of rock legend and pet lover Bret Michael will have a chance to meet him Friday at the D'Iberville PetSmart store, 3948 Promenade Parkway, on Sept.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Ready. Set. Hut! High school football kicks off in South Mississippi
AMANDA McCOY/SUN HERALD/2012Pascagoula's Kevin Scott is tackled while running the ball during the Shrimp Bowl Classic against Gulfport in 2012.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Park University's Minot Air Force Base Campus Center held its commencement ceremony on June 6 at the Jimmy Doolittle Center.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
19th century carpenter gothic St. John's Episcopal Church serves 21st century needs
Originally organized in 1856 as St. Paul's Episcopal Church, this high Victorian, Carpenter Gothic-styled sanctuary has become a treasured example of fortitude, faith and endurance in South Mississippi.
Miss. official plans tourist ferry to Deer Island
Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann told the Sun Herald Thursday that his office plans to build two piers on the state-owned island and seek boat operators to ferry passengers back and forth for a few hours or a day.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Hosemann says rides to Deer Island are coming to Coast
DREW TARTER/SUN HERALD/2007 Deer Island lies just off the coast of Biloxi. The state owns all but 17 acres of the island, which is now uninhabited and undeveloped.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Yellow Jackets pack plenty of sting for 2014 season
The St. Martin Yellow Jackets are looking to build on their first winning season in over a decade as they enter into the 2014 campaign.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Canine search and rescue team holds training
A group of canines was put to the test during the Mississippi Gulf Coast Search and Rescue training exercises.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
The Mississippi Press
Regional training prepares Civitan Club leaders
Sitting are Gautier Civitan Club President Vivian Dailey, and Magnolia District Past Governor and University Civitan Club President Melissa Carpenter of Hattiesburg.
Gulfport Marines on Iraq airstrikes: 'They're just going to make things worse'
JAMES EDWARD BATES/SUN HERALD FILE Staff sgt. Ricardo Bengochea hugs his wife Crissy and daughter Kyra as he and other Marines with the 4th amphibious assault unit, A Company, 3rd Platoon., after returning home to the U. S. Navy Seabee base in Gulfport in October 2005.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Around South Mississsippi
The reopening came after a comprehensive inspection of equipment at the Moss Point plant, according to a company press release.
Road work causes school traffic problems in D'Iberville
Because of a huge road construction project, driving around D'iberville these days is challenging enough.
Ziegler pleads guilty to helping conceal felony at DMR
Former Department of Marine Resources chief of staff Joe Ziegler pleaded guilty Thursday to misprision, or helping conceal, a felony, a spokesperson for the U.S. Attorney's Office said.
Man pleads guilty to burglarizing D'Iberville gun shop
On Thursday, one of the men charged in the burglary of Cook's Gun Shop pleaded guilty.