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Get Fit... Don't Quit!

Posted: 06/15/2006 - One of our participants is facing a milestone of her own. After almost six months on the program, Kenya Darden is facing one of the things that made her want to do the challenge in the first place, her 10-year class reunion.

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Amtrak Money Woes Continue

Posted: 06/14/2006 - A House version of an Amtrak subsidy bill has restored about half of the money requested, but supporters say bankruptcy looms if it falls short.

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Main Street Program Promoted

Posted: 06/14/2006 - Visitors to Meridian will know it is a "Main Street Community," thanks to signs placed recently at strategic entrances to the city.

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Public Schools Have Baptist Support

Posted: 06/14/2006 - A resolution calling for parents to pull their kids out of public schools has been defeated at the Southern Baptist Convention.

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New Traffic Law in Alabama

Posted: 06/14/2006 - A so-called "Move Over Law" goes into effect July 1 in Alabama, which law enforcement says is aimed at safety.

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Baptists to Discuss Education

Updated: 06/14/2006 - Leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention turned back a proposal that would have supported removing children from public schools in favor of private or home schooling.

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Federal Officials Probing Oil Field Blast

Updated: 06/14/2006 - Federal officials say they will conduct a full investigation of a fatal oil field explosion in Mississippi and also review safety practices in the oil and gas industry.

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Soldier's Family: "Clarence Is a Hero"

Posted: 06/13/2006 - The family of Sgt. First Class Clarence McSwain said he gave himself to protect others and that explains best the kind of person he was.

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Annexation Ruling Favors Meridian

Updated: 06/13/2006 - Meridian may soon be getting a lot bigger, and people in some neighborhoods are not going to like it.

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Jury to Get Siegelman Case Soon

Posted: 06/13/2006 - A federal judge has dropped two charges against former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman, on trial on corruption charges.

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A Little Love Goes a Long Way

Posted: 06/13/2006 - Two local service organizations have been giving LOVE's Kitchen a helping hand.

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Defense Rests in Siegelman Trial

Posted: 06/12/2006 - The defense in the federal government corruption case against former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman, and three others rested its cases Monday.

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Scouts Earn Merit Badges

Posted: 06/12/2006 - The heat hasn't stopped area Boy Scouts from taking to the great outdoors this week at Camp Binachi.

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Meridian Soldier Remembered

Updated: 06/12/2006 - A Meridian native is one of the most recent casualties of the war in Iraq.

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City Bus Service Suffering

Posted: 06/12/2006 - Mechanical problems with Meridian's Transit System are forcing officials to make some tough decisions.

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Portera Still High on Riley Center

Posted: 06/12/2006 - Riley Center officials only recently announced the date of its grand opening, and Monday, the person who initially spearheaded the project visited Meridian.

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Burned Deputy Eager to Return to Work

Posted: 06/12/2006 - A Choctaw County, Ala., sheriff's deputy who was set on fire six weeks ago says he's motivated to get better and return to work.

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Dog Food Recalled

Posted: 06/12/2006 - Four varieties of Ol' Roy dog food have been recalled because of a manufacturing defect in the packaging.

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