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  • Are the live oaks in downtown Ocean Springs healthy?

    Ben Kahlmus of Fulgham's Inc. Tree Preservation Service analyzes the extent of damage and decay in a live oak in downtown Ocean Springs on Friday, January 6, 2016.

Ben Kahlmus of Fulgham's Inc. Tree Preservation Service analyzes the extent of damage and decay in a live oak in downtown Ocean Springs on Friday, January 6, 2016. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com
Ben Kahlmus of Fulgham's Inc. Tree Preservation Service analyzes the extent of damage and decay in a live oak in downtown Ocean Springs on Friday, January 6, 2016. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com

The Live oak at Lovelace Drugs is making an effort to survive

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