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Wayne County DRC to Close

Updated: 12/13/2005 - The Disaster Recovery Center in Wayne County will close soon, but officials say disaster assistance will still be available.

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Cutting Heating Costs

Updated: 12/13/2005 - Everyone will be affected in some way by this year's rise in energy costs. However, there are some things that you can do to curb some of the costs.

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Leader Says Arubans to Visit D.C.

Updated: 12/12/2005 - Alabama Cong. Spencer Bachus says Aruban authorities will meet with criminal justice officials in Washington, D.C., to provide a detailed review of the Natalee Holloway investigation.

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Political Pioneer Dies at 90

Updated: 12/12/2005 - A civil rights activist and one of the first blacks elected to the Mississippi Senate after Reconstruction has died.

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Where Will Kia Go?

Updated: 12/12/2005 - Kia's interest in Meridian may be slipping, possibly over the workforce available here.

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Witherspoon Gives to Salvation Army

Updated: 12/12/2005 - Witherspoon Elementary School collected 1,800 cans of food to be donated to the work of the Salvation Army.

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MCC Ready for Expansion

Updated: 12/12/2005 - Meridian Community College is making a major land acquisition, with an eye to future expansion.

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Enrollment Rising at UWA

Updated: 12/12/2005 - The University of West Alabama expects to set a record high enrollment in the spring of 2006.

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Rotary Club Makes Large Donation

Updated: 12/12/2005 - The Meridian Rotary Club presented a check for $7,000 to Wesley House Community Center at its Monday meeting.

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York Financial Woes

Updated: 12/12/2005 - As temperatures outside drop, projections show home heating costs are going way up in the town of York.

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Judge Extends Hotel Program

Updated: 12/12/2005 - A federal judge has ordered an extension of FEMA's hotel program for hurricane evacuees through Feb. 7.

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No Clemency for Nixon

Updated: 12/12/2005 - A convicted hitman scheduled for execution on Wednesday was denied clemency by Mississippi's governor.

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Toython 2005 to Help Many Children

Updated: 05/11/2006 - Toython 2005 was one of the most successful to date. The two-day event collects new toys that will be distributed to needy families served by Wesley House.

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Some Hikes Not Tied to Katrina

Updated: 12/11/2005 - Some carriers of homeowners' insurance had rate increases approved even before Hurricane Katrina struck.

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USM Shares in Katrina Fund

Updated: 12/09/2005 - The University of Southern Mississippi has received $1.5 million of the money designated for colleges by the Bush-Clinton Katrina Fund.

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Emotion and Money

Updated: 12/09/2005 - Could the fear of losing money keep you from making money?

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MSU Meridian Graduation

Updated: 12/09/2005 - Fall commencement was held Friday at Mississippi State's campus in Meridian. However, it was not your typical graduation.

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MSU Donation

Updated: 12/09/2005 - Retired Congressman G.V. Sonny Montgomery is giving back to an institution which he says has given so much to him.

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Schools Get Boost for the Arts

Updated: 12/08/2005 - Two schools in Lauderdale County have a little extra cash to apply toward arts education.

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MHS Pumped for the Big Game

Updated: 12/08/2005 - Meridian High faces South Panola High School Friday night in Jackson for the 5-A State Championship. And excitement fills the air.

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