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Ole Miss To Study Alcohol Remedy

Updated: 10/30/2006 - Due to concern about alcohol consumption on and around its campus, the University of Mississippi says it has created an Alcohol Task Force and will begin stricter enforcement of rules.

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Chancery Race - Springer

Posted: 10/29/2006 - Mid-term elections are barely a week away. WTOK had the chance to sit down with one of the candidates in the Chancery Court race.

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Chancery Race - Primeaux

Updated: 10/29/2006 - The race for Chancery Judge in District 12 is heating up. Newscenter 11 sat down with Candidate Larry Primeaux.

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Sumter Co. Murder

Posted: 10/29/2006 - A Saturday night altercation in leaves one man dead and another behind bars.

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Train Wreck

Posted: 10/28/2006 - No injuries in third local train wreck in three weeks.

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Blame in Officer Death

Posted: 10/28/2006 - Defense attorneys in last week's Ole Miss Police Officer death are laying blame with the victim.

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Make Halloween Safe

Posted: 10/27/2006 - Safety experts want Halloween night to be fun, not dangerous.

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MHS Redesign Team Sees Alabama's Success

Posted: 10/27/2006 - Members of the redesign committee for Meridian public schools traveled to Montgomery, Ala., Thursday to see how magnet schools work.

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City Protecting Threefoot From Further Damage

Posted: 10/27/2006 - There are signs of progress for Meridian's tallest building. The Threefoot is already beginning to get some attention, months before renovations are set to begin.

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Top Education Salaries Under Fire

Posted: 10/27/2006 - The Mississippi Department of Education is asking state lawmakers for an additional $350 million next year, even as top officials garner top salaries.

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Dulaney Named MMA Chairman

Posted: 10/27/2006 - Tommy Dulaney of Meridian, owner of Structural Steel, has been named 2006-2007 chairman of the Mississippi Manufacturers Association.

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Clarkdale Awaits New Gym

Posted: 10/27/2006 - Construction of a new gym at Clarkdale, that replaces one Hurricane Katrina damaged, will soon be finished.

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Public Urged to Change Batteries

Posted: 10/27/2006 - When the time changes Sunday, fire safety officials urge residents to also change the batteries in their smoke detectors.

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Voter Education Continues

Posted: 10/27/2006 - Prior to the November 7th elections in Mississippi, the Secretary of State's office is educating the public about how to use new, touch-screen electronic voting machines.

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Heart Walk a Success

Posted: 10/27/2006 - The American Heart Association’s 2nd Annual Heart Walk in Meridian raised over $41,000.00 for research and awareness of cardiovascular disease and stroke.

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IRS Delays Tax Enforcement

Posted: 10/27/2006 - The Internal Revenue Service will not start collecting back taxes or sending out late notices delay until 2007 for Katrina-hit areas.

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Don't Forget to Fall Back

Updated: 10/27/2006 - Most Americans will get a chance at an extra hour of sleep this weekend, as clocks are set back to standard time.

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Calling All Donors

Updated: 10/26/2006 - Rush Hospital and United Blood Services are counting on you to help meet a critical need for blood.

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Philadelphia Guardsmen Honored

Updated: 10/26/2006 - Two members of the Mississippi National Guard who died in Iraq, Joshua Ladd and Matt Stovall, will be permanently remembered by their unit.

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Children First: Water Festival 2006

Updated: 10/26/2006 - The University of West Alabama hosted its annual Water Festival this week, to help children learn about their environment.

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Toddler Fine After Chilly Night

Updated: 10/27/2006 - A medical report on a toddler who was missing for 26 hours showed no ill effects of his ordeal.

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