Biloxi Fire Chief Joe Boney, left, and Biloxi Police Chief John Miller, right, are presented awards by Terry Powell, center, president of the Biloxi Chamber of Commerce, Wednesday at IP Casino Resort. They were honored for their leadership last week when a tour bus was hit by a train in Biloxi.
Biloxi Fire Chief Joe Boney, left, and Biloxi Police Chief John Miller, right, are presented awards by Terry Powell, center, president of the Biloxi Chamber of Commerce, Wednesday at IP Casino Resort. They were honored for their leadership last week when a tour bus was hit by a train in Biloxi. Mary Perez meperez@sunherald.com
Biloxi Fire Chief Joe Boney, left, and Biloxi Police Chief John Miller, right, are presented awards by Terry Powell, center, president of the Biloxi Chamber of Commerce, Wednesday at IP Casino Resort. They were honored for their leadership last week when a tour bus was hit by a train in Biloxi. Mary Perez meperez@sunherald.com

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