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Sunday, August 28, 2005

School closings 

The following school districts have been closed for Monday, and possibly will remain closed Tuesday: -- Forrest County: Forrest County, Hattiesburg & Petal school districts. -- George County: George County School District. -- Hancock County: Bay St. Louis, Hancock & Waveland school districts. -- Harrison County: Biloxi, Gulfport, Harrison, Long Beach & Pass Christian school districts. -- Jackson County: Jackson County, Moss Point, Ocean Springs & Pascagoula school districts. -- Pearl River County: Pearl River, Picayune & Poplarville school districts. -- Stone County: Stone County School District. The University of Southern Mississippi has also cancelled all classes on the Gulf Coast and Hattiesburg campuses.

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