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32nd annual Children’s Health Fair

Most schools will be back in session in just a few weeks. Before the first bell rings, students can take advantage of a free health care fair Saturday. Starting at 9 a.m. at Edgewater Mall, kids can get free health screenings, useful information, and other perks at the 32nd annual Children’s Health Fair. The Rotary […]
2 days ago
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Vaccinations for the new school year

With school right around the corner it is important to remember to get your children immunized. Vaccinations for several diseases are required before the school year starts for all first-time students entering school in Mississippi. Those required vaccinations are: diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, hepatitis B, measles, mumps and rubella and chicken pox. Seventh graders are required […]
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Pascagoula Rotary Club CPR training

The Pascagoula Rotary Club might just be the next group of people that could save your life. The meeting was held today to show the importance of health heart and learn simple, but critical life-saving techniques. The Jackson County Heart Walk Executive Leadership Team went out and trained members of the club in hands only […]
4 days ago
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National Day of Action aims to stop Trumpcare

As part of the Indivisible Project’s National Day of Action to stop Trumpcare, residents of South Mississippi are gathering at Senator Thad Cochran’s Gulf Coast office. The public is welcome to ask questions, voice concerns, personal stories and/or ideas on how they can stop the proposed healthcare plan from being implemented. The event is meant […]
1 week ago
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Local man with kidney disease living to inspire others

Life is a constant battle for one Gulfport man struggling to fight kidney disease. Even though the disease has stolen his ability to walk, the 67-year-old isn’t letting anything stand in his way from inspiring others in the community. “Live for today” is a phrase 67-year-old Gulfport resident Jimmy Dyees knows all too well. After […]
3 weeks ago
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Health care vote delayed

The Senate GOP health care vote is a no-go, at least for now. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell postponed a planned vote on the Republican health care bill until after the July 4th recess. Both moderate and more conservative Republicans opposed parts of the proposed bill, prompting the postponement. The non-partisan congressional budget office had […]
4 weeks ago
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Scrapin’ the Coast participant uses car to tell the story of cancer battle

Scrapin’ the Coast is a weekend full of loud engines and low riders. For one participant their car is helping them with their battle against cancer. Car enthusiasts revved their engines this weekend as they piled into the Mississippi Coast Coliseum for the 15th annual Scrapin’ the Coast. This year, Ann Grande drove her custom […]
4 weeks ago
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Free dental care for veterans at Aspen Dental

Workers at a local dental clinic are donating their time this weekend to provide free dental care for veterans. It’s part of Aspen Dental’s annual Day of Service. You may remember we first told you about the Pascagoula Dental Clinic last month as they prepared for their grand opening on June 1st. The clinic, located […]