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By Robin Smiley

10 years ago . . .
Births announced this week are: William Aidan Caswell, April 6, son of Martha Caswell Lizer.
Brian and Michelle Hassall get first look at March 9-16 happenings with the makeover of their new home. The family of four spent a week in Orlando, Fla. while the crews demolished and rebuilt their Harrison County home.
Grand opening and tour for the renovated old jail will be held next week. A grant provided $75,000 in funding for the renovation.
Something Simple, 129 E. Pike St., is now open for business.


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