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Civil Rights Activists Reflect on the Past w/ History Talk

It’s been 50 years since civil rights activists descended on Mississippi for Freedom Summer.

Veterans Tour WWII Museum in New Orleans

People across the nation will honor our veterans next Tuesday on Veterans Day, but some south Mississippi veterans got a head start on the holiday observance.

Long Beach Holds Cemetery Tours for Halloween

Thursday night, Long Beach brought back its cemetery tours to give a little history lesson.

Biloxi Holds Cemetery Tours for Halloween

Biloxi is holding cemetery tours for Halloween to give residents some scary fun and a history lesson.

Battle of Bay St. Louis Discussed by Historical Society

Many people don't realize that the Gulf Coast was the site of a famous naval battle nearly 200 years ago.

Old Gulfport High Gets Historic Recognition

The old Gulfport High School building is finally getting the recognition it deserves.

WWII Veterans Weigh In on Current World Issues

World War II veterans, or as some may call them, "the greatest generation in American history," are slowly diminishing.

Mississippi Shines at Governors’ Conference

Mississippi has often struggled with a misconceived image across America.

Officials Visit Ocean Springs for Destination Downtown

Representatives from 100 main streets around the country are in Ocean Springs this week for Destination Downtown.

Young School Kids Learn About 9/11 Attacks

Americans will never forget what happened on this day 13 years ago and how the 9/11 attacks affected everyone in our country, but what about those who were not born yet when the towers fell?

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