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  • Sun Herald employees remember Hurricane Katrina a decade after covering the storm

    Ten years after the storm, Sun Herald employees remember Katrina’s strength, destruction and impact on South Mississippi.

Ten years after the storm, Sun Herald employees remember Katrina’s strength, destruction and impact on South Mississippi. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com
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By the Way

News and notes from the front lines

When the hearse pulled up, the house lost to Katrina didn’t matter much.

August 30, 2017 5:00 AM

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Reporters and editors often come across items that aren't really a news story but can offer readers a glimpse inside the news-gathering process. Whether it's an off-hand remark that doesn't fit the story, a reminisce, or the story behind a big story, we'd like to share those with you.