This month - New engine tested at Stennis, Mockingbird Cafe in running for Best Burger in State, Hancock Chamber Annual Meeting and Trapani's adds brunch menu!
New Engine Type Tested at Stennis on January 9th
The milestone hot fire test conducted on Jan. 9, involved igniting a shuttle-era RS-25 space shuttle main engine for 500 seconds on the A-1 test stand at Stennis.
A quartet of RS-25s, formerly used to power the space shuttle orbiters, will now power the core stage of the SLS which will be the most powerful rocket the world has ever seen.
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The Best Burger in State? The Mockingburger's in the TOP TEN!
Our own Mockingbird Cafe's famous Mockingburger has just become famous across the state! The Mississippi Beef Council recently announced the top 10 finishers in their Mississippi's Best Burger Contest.
The Mockingbird Cafe is the only restaurant on the coast that made the finals.
The council will now send "expert" judges to visit the restaurants anonymously to determine the winner.
Each of the Top 10 will receive a recognition plaque and the winning restaurant will receive a $1,000 local advertising package, complements of Mississippi’s 17, 000 cattle producers through their beef checkoff program.
In addition to the advertising package, the winner will be honored during the Beef Night performance of the Dixie National Rodeo on February 17 - which is Mardi Gras Day in our neck of the woods. So Bay St. Louis might have another reason to celebrate!
Hancock Chamber Elects Mark Henderson 2015 President