So many people lost so much after Katrina roared ashore. People had photographs, paintings and other personal items restored.
What about a damaged piano? Hundreds of pianos turned up atop debris piles around south Mississippi.
Bob McDonald says, "That's a shame." McDonald has been tuning and repairing pianos since 1967. His Biloxi garage is filled with pianos battered by Katrina's storm surge.
"I've repaired pianos that were under water" McDonald says.
Bob McDonald gets great satisfaction bringing pianos back to life. He says people get very attached to their pianos.
"To many people, a piano is like a member of the family" says McDonald.
Golfers 50 and older pit their talents in Bay St. Louis at the Diamondhead Country Club on Tuesday. Their goal, crack the final field for Friday's opening round of the 2017 Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic.More >>
A beautiful celebration took place Tuesday night to remember three lives lost too soon: siblings Jean Dixon, 7; Terra Dixon, 9; and Spencer Havard, 16.More >>
Glen Day always enjoys coming home to the Mississippi Gulf Coast. He graduated from Poplarville High School and is ready to compete at Fallen Oak for the second consecutive year.More >>
Bozo's Grocery and Grill in Pascagoula was just named the best small family-operated business in Mississippi by the Small Business Administration.More >>
I asked Clinton native Mary Kathryn Govero Whittle (2010 Sweet 16) and Terry's Nyah Tate (2017 signee) about MSU's Final Four run and much more.More >>