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Jimmie Rodgers Impersonator: "A Labor of Love"

Updated: 05/03/2016 - The kickoff for the Jimmie Rodgers Festival is just days away. Newscenter 11 talked with a man who helps to keep the Father of Country Music's legacy alive.

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Peggy's Reopens for Weekday Lunch

Updated: 05/03/2016 - Peggy's in Philadelphia has reopened after months of closure. They will be open 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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Bonita Walking Track to Close

Posted: 05/02/2016 - The lower lake walking track at Bonita Lakes Park will be temporarily closed for repairs.

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Email Privacy Act Pending in Senate

Updated: 05/02/2016 - The U.S. House unanimously passed the Email Privacy Act, an update to privacy laws for the digital age, but it's still pending in the Senate.

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National Teacher Appreciation Week

Updated: 05/29/2016 - The week of May 2th through the 6th, is National Teacher Appreciation Week, and local schools are encouraging everyone to take time to thank the ones who educate our youth.

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A Week of Jimmie Rodgers Kicks Off

Updated: 05/01/2016 - This is the big week for The 63rd Annual Jimmie Rodgers Music Festival, "The Stage of Legends". Organizers are saying it's shaping up to be the best festival ever.

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Lauderdale Co. Relay for Life Takes Place at MCC

Updated: 04/29/2016 - People were setting up early Friday. This year Relay for Life is taking it back to the track with its new location at Meridian Community College’s soccer field and track.

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Airport Gets Fiber Ready Designation

Updated: 04/29/2016 - Leaders are using a powerful technological tool to attract companies to Meridian. The airport can now offer advanced communication technology and it has a brand name to back it up.

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Child Abuse Awareness

Updated: 04/29/2016 - Mississippi had more than 7,500 confirmed cases of child abuse in 2014. April is Child Abuse Awareness Month.

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Relay For Life Kicks Off Friday

Updated: 04/29/2016 - Cancer survivors and supporter hope to paint the Queen City purple for the 31st annual Relay For Life.

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Lawsuit Challenges Alabama Minimum Wage Law

Posted: 04/28/2016 - The Alabama NAACP, low wage workers and advocates are suing the state's governor and attorney general over a law that blocked a planned minimum wage increase in Birmingham.

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