Over the moon: NASA spends big on upkeep

Florida Today is reporting that the $350 million A-3 test stand being built at Stennis Space Center for the cancelled Constellation Program will “sit idle indefinitely until a new use is found.” The paper also reports it will still cost taxpayers $900,000 a year to maintain. The stand is listed among unnecessary infrastructure that NASA…

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Trending: Serious Bread’s tasty top sellers

Bay St. Louis Al “The Breadman” Jensen counts down the top selling bread at his family owned and operated Serious Bread. The top seller is the garlic and olive oil flat bread, great with salad and soup or as the foundation for a make-your-own pizza. Next is Harvest Bread, a walnut and raisin and Craisin…

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This just in. Again.

From The Associated Press. Sound familiar? DENVER (AP) — Jessica Klauzer-Zimmerman and her children have been sleeping on friends’ couches since floodwaters sloshed into her Boulder townhouse — which wasn’t covered by flood insurance. “We were told we didn’t need it because we didn’t live on the flood plain,” said Klauzer-Zimmerman, a single mom with…

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$600,000 bathroom about ready to debut?

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It’s come to this

BAY ST. LOUIS You know you live in a golf cart-loving community when you see signs like this one just installed at St. Charles and Beach Boulevard.

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Welcome Beatles

NEW ORLEANS It was plenty years ago today that a group of us went to The Beatles concert in City Park Stadium. Tickets were $5. I was lucky enough to win mine from a contest that WNOE had and got to sit on the field in front of the stage. But sitting down really wasn’t…

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Sunday funny: One giant leap

Yes, that’s a frog that got too close to the Wallops Flight Facility launch pad.

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Second Saturday morning

Walkers in brightly colored outfits were out in force early this morning, headed down Washington Street toward the finish line. Stroller-pushing moms were well represented as was Superman in cape and sunglasses. Another Second Saturday in the Bay. Y’all come on over. Tutus are optional.

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UPDATE Old school to new hotel? Closing date set

BAY ST. LOUIS The closing date has been set for the long anticipated sale of the old Second Street school to New Orleans developer Jim MacPhaille. The deal is set to be closed Sept. 27, in spite of a lingering dispute involving a driveway across the street from the school, said Ronnie Artigues, attorney for…

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