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  • Quality Bakery tries to get back to work after Katrina

    It seems that getting power restored to the bakery on U.S. 49 was easy compared to getting past the National Guard at 4 a.m. in the weeks after Hurricane Katrina struck.

Quality Bakery tries to get back to work after Katrina

It seems that getting power restored to the bakery on U.S. 49 was easy compared to getting past the National Guard at 4 a.m. in the weeks after Hurricane Katrina struck.
Kate Magandy kmagandy@sunherald.com