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Blueberries Return Despite Drought

Posted: 06/08/2007 - Blueberries are back in season. For several years, a family in Suqualena has found its niche growing the sweet treats.

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Citizens Group Hosts Meeting

Posted: 06/08/2007 - Some local politicians were invited to attend a Thursday night meeting of the Concerned Citizens of Meridian.

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AAA Reports Gas Prices Down

Posted: 06/08/2007 - According to Triple A, drivers may find lower average prices for gas this weekend.

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Former Neighbor, Relative Testify Against Seale

Posted: 06/07/2007 - In day four of the John Ford Seale kidnapping trial, a forensic pathologist took the witness stand to give his opinion on how he believes Charles Moore and Henry Dee were killed. But it was the testimony of friends and even a former family member that may have helped the prosecution the most.

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Block to Close for Safety Reasons

Posted: 06/07/2007 - A portion of Meridian's 7th Street, by Calvary Christian School, will be permanently closed next week.

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Children First: Forestry Camp

Updated: 06/08/2007 - Alabama Forestry Camp this week exposed students with an interest in land resources to career opportunities in the field.

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Drought Affecting Livestock Industry

Updated: 06/08/2007 - Officials with the Meridian Stockyard say the current drought in place over eastern Mississippi is having an effect on livestock in the area.

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Drought Worsens in Alabama

Drought

Updated: 06/08/2007 - Officials have placed 21 Alabama counties under exceptional drought status, the highest level possible.

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Candidate Faces Charge

Updated: 06/07/2007 - A candidate for sheriff in Kemper County faces a criminal charge. He turned himself in Thursday.

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New Alcorn President Being Treated for Leukemia

Posted: 06/07/2007 - Mississippi college officials say they expect George Ross to assume his duties as president of Alcorn State University as soon as he's physically able.

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Bids for School Bond Project in Two Weeks

Posted: 06/06/2007 - Despite opposition from a local groups, the Meridian School District is moving forward with implementation of a $19. 5 million bond issue.

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LCSO Seeks Accreditation

Posted: 06/06/2007 - The Lauderdale County Sheriff's Department is undergoing one of its most important tests to date.

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Mobile Home Damaged in Fire

Posted: 06/06/2007 - Volunteer firefighters were called to a fire on Knox Road Wednesday morning.

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Students GEAR UP for Careers

Posted: 06/06/2007 - High school students from across Mississippi are getting a chance to get an early look at their career field of choice.

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Kids Crazy About Wheeled Shoes

Updated: 06/06/2007 - A popular new tennis shoe allows the wearer to go from walking to skating in a snap. But are Heelys dangerous?

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Wednesday's Child

Posted: 06/06/2007 - Six siblings would love to adopted together. Alex, age 7, is the only boy in this close knit group.

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Dollar General in York Robbed

Posted: 06/06/2007 - York, Ala., police are asking the public for help in finding a suspect in an armed robbery.

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Extreme Caution Advised in Outdoor Burning

Posted: 06/06/2007 - Volunteer fire departments in Lauderdale County were busy Tuesday helping get outdoor burns under control. It happened just a day after a county-wide burn ban was lifted.

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Rasberry Drops Out of Race

Posted: 06/06/2007 - A candidate for Mississippi insurance commissioner, Jim Rasberry, a Democrat, has dropped out of the race.

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