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Lott: "Further Inspections Necessary"

Posted: 07/27/2007 - U.S. Sen. Trent Lott. says he's not surprised by the health problems associated with travel trailers supplied by FEMA to victims of Hurricane Katrina.

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Fall Claims Life of Worker

Posted: 07/27/2007 - A Meridian man died Thursday after falling from a scaffolding at G.V. Sonny Montgomery Industrial Park.

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Ad Says Mississippi Open for Business

Updated: 07/27/2007 - An advertisement in Fortune Magazine introduces business leaders around the world to all Mississippi has to offer.

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Katrina Shapes Insurance Race at NCF

Updated: 07/27/2007 - As expected, Hurricane Katrina was the biggest topic covered by candidates for insurance commissioner, as they spoke to a Neshoba County Fair audience.

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Children First: A Real Live Show

Updated: 07/27/2007 - The Neshoba County Fair features a livestock show that is a useful teaching tool for the young.

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Our Town, Philadelphia: A Fair Life

Updated: 07/27/2007 - While the Neshoba County Fair is a lot of fun, after six days in a row, children can get a little restless.

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World Changers Making Difference

Updated: 07/27/2007 - A special group of young adults from across the country did their part to change the world in Meridian.

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Collision Causes Evacuation

Updated: 07/27/2007 - A two-vehicle wreck that happened around 1:15 p.m. involving a fuel truck resulted in police closing businesses and evacuating that immediate area for a time.

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Philadelphia Struts Hometown Pride

Updated: 07/27/2007 - It was "Philadelphia Day" at the Neshoba County Fair, with home folks showing what they have to brag about.

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Caution Urged for MDOT Work

Posted: 07/26/2007 - Beginning Monday, crews with the Mississippi Department of Transportation will be chip sealing on state highways in Lauderdale, Newton, Hinds, Leake, Scott and Madison counties.

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Meridian Lifts Burn Ban

Updated: 07/27/2007 - The city of Meridian has lifted its burn ban as of Thursday. New burn permits may now be issued.

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Charge Dropped Against Candidate

Updated: 07/25/2007 - A charge filed against Cornelius Parks, a candidate for sheriff of Kemper County, by his brother has been dropped.

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Fair Changes But Much the Same

Updated: 07/27/2007 - Some people never or rarely miss the Neshoba County Fair. Others may be experiencing it for the first time. Some remember the days of no running water or electricity.

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Junior Miss Week Continues

Updated: 07/25/2007 - Young ladies vying to be Mississippi's Junior Miss are putting in a grueling week in preparation for the Saturday finals.

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NWS and LEMA Discuss Recent Storms

Updated: 07/25/2007 - Summer storms tend to spin their own surprises. But two agencies that carefully watch bad weather may have reached a new understanding.

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'Democracy for America' Endorses Anderson

Posted: 07/25/2007 - Gary Anderson, a Democrat running for insurance commissioner in Mississippi, has been endorsed by the organization, Democracy for America.

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Second Trial Set with Ties to Former Governor

Posted: 07/25/2007 - A Tuscaloosa doctor goes on trial again Thursday on Medicaid fraud charges, in a case that raised questions about ethics in the administration of former governor Don Siegelman.

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