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Riley Recruiting Globally

Posted: 02/16/2007 - Alabama Gov. Bob Riley will soon be headed to the Far East, looking for jobs for the state.

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NWS Recruits Weather Watchers

Posted: 02/16/2007 - The National Weather Service is hoping to make storm warnings better, by training civilians to be storm spotters.

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Schools Get High Marks for Success

Updated: 02/16/2007 - Two area schools were among those across the state honored for helping students overcome obstacles.

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Sculptor Chosen for King Memorial

Posted: 02/16/2007 - A sculptor from China will carve the image of Martin Luther King, Jr., for a memorial on the National Mall in Washington.

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Hood Seeks Order on State Farm

Updated: 02/16/2007 - Mississippi's attorney general is trying to block State Farm from suspending the writing of new residential and commercial policies in the state.

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JRMF Presents Gospel Night

Posted: 02/15/2007 - The Jimmie Rodgers Memorial Festival kicked off its concert series Thursday night with a performance by Ernie Haase and Signature Sound.

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Prison Seeks Higher Capacity

Updated: 02/15/2007 - The East Mississippi Correctional Facility is asking state lawmakers for permission to expand, which could bring 100 more jobs.

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JRMF Teams with Smithsonian

Posted: 02/15/2007 - The Jimmie Rodgers Foundation is sponsoring a nationwide kickoff in Meridian of a Smithsonian exhibit, featuring roots music.

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Tourism and the Riley Center

Updated: 02/15/2007 - Officials with the MSU Riley Center say it's fulfilling its promise of drawing people from all over the southeast.

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Suspect Charged in Bomb Scare

Posted: 02/15/2007 - A Columbus man was charged with making a bomb threat to the Louisville Wal-Mart.

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Supervisors Consider Rail Authority

Posted: 02/15/2007 - A meeting is planned for March for leaders of three east Mississippi counties to consider forming a railroad authority to protect their mutual interests.

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Day of Calling Benefits Charities

Updated: 02/15/2007 - The United Way calls on the community, literally, as it reaches toward a $900,000 goal for charities in the Meridian area.

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Salmonella May Be Tied to Peanut Butter

Posted: 02/15/2007 - Mississippi and Alabama are among the 39 states where nearly 300 cases of salmonella have been reported, prompting a recall of peanut butter.

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State Farm Blames Legal Environment

Posted: 02/14/2007 - With State Farm suspending the writing of new policies for homeowners and commercial properties in Mississippi, what will it mean for residents?

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Valentine's Day Big for Florists

Posted: 02/14/2007 - For florists, Valentine's Day is similar to the day after Thanksgiving for retailers. About 10 percent of annual sales come on Feb. 14.

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Choral Students Sing for State

Posted: 02/14/2007 - Meridian Community College hosted the District V High School Choral Festival on Wednesday.

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School Bond Support

Posted: 02/14/2007 - Community and business leaders are speaking out in support of Meridian's school bond.

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USM Presidential Search Near End

Posted: 02/14/2007 - The search for a new president at the University of Southern Mississippi is beginning to narrow.

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Healthwatch: Rush to Healthy Living

Posted: 02/14/2007 - Healthcare officials who are always working to take care of others are now learning the importance of taking care of themselves.

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Bracing for the Cold

Posted: 02/14/2007 - Sub-freezing temperatures are expected in the twin states Friday morning, so now is the time to prepare for this bitter cold.

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Trial Set in Coach Murder

Posted: 02/14/2007 - The Kosciusko man charged with murdering McAdams basketball coach Chad Jackson goes to trial Aug. 13.

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