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    • Pascagoula - Election preview

      Pascagoula - Election preview

      Thursday, April 27 2017 7:10 PM EDT2017-04-27 23:10:45 GMT

      Pascagoula’s next mayor will be elected June 6. Neither republican Dane Maxwell, democrat Jenafer Gurley or independent candidate Lazaro Rovira have opposition in the May 2 primary. The winner of the general election replaces retiring mayor Jim Blevins.

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      Pascagoula’s next mayor will be elected June 6. Neither republican Dane Maxwell, democrat Jenafer Gurley or independent candidate Lazaro Rovira have opposition in the May 2 primary. The winner of the general election replaces retiring mayor Jim Blevins.

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    • Tourism officials get low down on big 2016 numbers

      Tourism officials get low down on big 2016 numbers

      Thursday, April 27 2017 6:54 PM EDT2017-04-27 22:54:15 GMT
      Clay Wagner, left, board president of Visit Mississippi Gulf Coast, and executive director Renee Areng hope the big 2016 numbers will continue to grow.Clay Wagner, left, board president of Visit Mississippi Gulf Coast, and executive director Renee Areng hope the big 2016 numbers will continue to grow.

      Big tourism numbers for South Mississippi. 2016 was a very good year.

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      Big tourism numbers for South Mississippi. 2016 was a very good year.

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    • Moss Point - Election preview

      Moss Point - Election preview

      Thursday, April 27 2017 6:50 PM EDT2017-04-27 22:50:36 GMT
      Moss Point City Hall (Photo source: WLOX)Moss Point City Hall (Photo source: WLOX)

      Moss Point Mayor Billy Broomfield wants to keep his job. By qualifying as an independent for the 2017 municipal election, he avoids a crowded field in the May 2 primary, and immediately enters the June 6 general election.

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      Moss Point Mayor Billy Broomfield wants to keep his job. By qualifying as an independent for the 2017 municipal election, he avoids a crowded field in the May 2 primary, and immediately enters the June 6 general election.

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