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Mississippi is considered part of the deep south. The state takes its name from the Mississippi River, which flows along its western boundary.


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MOSS POINT -- Foundation work is well under way on the long-awaited, $1.6 million Pascagoula River Audubon Center.Click to Continue »


MOSS POINT -- Coach Willie Brown notched his first win at Moss Point, beating Gautier 25-14 on Friday night at Dantzler Stadium.Click to Continue »


PASCAGOULA -- Ocean Springs senior running back Andrew Warren did most of his damage up the middle all night against Pascagoula on Friday, but it was a run off the…Click to Continue ...


LYMAN -- For the second week in a row Dwayne Barnett and Davin White ran wild for the Harrison Central Red Rebels.Click to Continue »


D'IBERVILLE -- St. Paul's relied on big plays to rout D'Iberville 38-14 on Friday night at Warrior Stadium.Click to Continue »


GULFPORT -- For three quarters, Gulfport dominated visiting Madison Central.Click to Continue »


BILOXI -- Construction of Biloxi's minor league baseball stadium is running ahead of schedule and Tim Bennett, one of the team owners, said they are getting ready to "play ball"Click ...


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HARRISON COUNTY -- A man accused of fleeing from a crash that killed his wife and eluding deputies has been taken into custody with the help of a K-9.Click to Continue »


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