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  • Christmas party is “a wonderful day” for Hancock County foster children

    Hancock County Youth Court Administrator Stephanie Stewart talks in December about their Foster the Cause Christmas party that will provide fun and gifts for the county’s foster children and others under Mississippi Department of Child Protection Services care. Stewart is now the sixth Hancock County Youth Court official, and the third youth court administrator to resign since September 2015.

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  • Sophia Myers was an angel among us

    Sophia Myers died Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, less than a month from her eighth birthday. She had been diagnosed in February with DIPG, a rare form of brain cancer. Sophia captured the hearts of people across South Mississippi and the country as she bravely fought against the fatal disease while her parents, Angel and Josh Myers, did all they could to make her final days happy and comfortable.