Kenny DiNero, owner of the bait shop at Ocean Springs Harbor, was disheartened Monday when he looked at the damage to his business, even though he had spent three days packing and moving.
Kenny DiNero, owner of the bait shop at Ocean Springs Harbor, was disheartened Monday when he looked at the damage to his business, even though he had spent three days packing and moving. Karen Nelson klnelson@sunherald.com
Kenny DiNero, owner of the bait shop at Ocean Springs Harbor, was disheartened Monday when he looked at the damage to his business, even though he had spent three days packing and moving. Karen Nelson klnelson@sunherald.com

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