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Agency Seeks to Meet Community's Needs

Updated: 11/24/2006 - In this season of giving, officials at a meridian agency say, for many, this act of kindness is needed now more than ever.

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Cyclist Makes World Tour

Posted: 11/24/2006 - A bicycle tour of the world brought a young Korean to Mississippi this week.

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Shoppers Hit the Stores

Posted: 11/24/2006 - Bargain hunters hit the stores Friday as the annual Christmas shopping season kicked off.

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Children First: Remembering Kids at Christmas

Updated: 11/23/2006 - The needs of children typically take centerstage with the arrival of the Christmas season. Agencies in our area are working hard to meet those needs, but they need your help.

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Old Capitol Museum Getting New Life

Posted: 11/23/2006 - The Old Capitol Museum in Jackson has been closed to the public since Hurricane Katrina hit the state 14 months ago. Its restoration is planned.

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Unemployment Down in October

Updated: 11/23/2006 - Mississippi's unemployment rate dropped in October, but remains well above the national average.

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Insurance Company Appeals Katrina Ruling

Posted: 11/23/2006 - Nationwide is appealing a decision in a landmark Katrina insurance trial that was widely viewed as a victory for the insurance industry.

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Drivers Urged to Be Careful

Updated: 11/22/2006 - Holiday travel is expected to be heavy through a long Thanksgiving holiday weekend.

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Smoking Ordinance Still on Back Burner

Posted: 11/22/2006 - A Meridian official says many people who would be involved in considering a Clean Indoor Air Act have not even seen a proposal yet.

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Some Start Holiday Early?

Posted: 11/22/2006 - The state holiday doesn't start until Thursday, but did state agencies stay hard at work the day before Thanksgiving?

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Air Travelers Adapt to Changes

Updated: 11/22/2006 - If you're planning on flying this Thanksgiving, expect things to be a little bit different.

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Account Set Up to Help Burn Victim

Posted: 11/22/2006 - A fund has been established at Citizens National Bank in Meridian to assist the family of a burn victim.

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Child Dies in Fire

Updated: 11/22/2006 - For the second time in five days, a tragic fire has struck in Neshoba County.

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MDOT to Close Road for Repairs

Posted: 11/22/2006 - Drivers who would normally travel a portion of Highway 528 in Jasper County will have to detour next week.

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Wesley House Reports Great Need

Posted: 11/22/2006 - A local agency that helps people in need is asking for a lot more than toy donations this Christmas.

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Voters Decide Runoff Winners

Updated: 11/22/2006 - Voters in Kemper County decided a supervisor's and a constable's race and helped determine the winner of a chancery judge post.

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Speed Leaves MDA

Posted: 11/21/2006 - Leland Speed is leaving the Mississippi Development Authority. His assistant will assume the post.

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Two More Wrecks Claim Lives

Posted: 11/21/2006 - Law enforcement officers say they fear an upswing in fatal accidents could be avoided.

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Some Travelers Prefer Trains

Posted: 11/21/2006 - With Thanksgiving approaching, the roads and airways are getting busier. But rail service is also becoming a popular choice.

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Special Report: A Father's Determination

Posted: 11/21/2006 - It has been almost a year and a half since Natalee Holloway vanished in Aruba. The story has, for the most part, faded from the headlines.

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Clarke Resident Charged with Theft

Updated: 11/21/2006 - A Clarke County resident has been charged with stealing a truck load of equipment from New Orleans.

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Dancers Promote Literacy

Posted: 11/21/2006 - A Meridian dance troupe is getting in some community service during the Thanksgiving break.

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