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Voting Methods to Change

Updated: 08/08/2005 - The state of Mississippi has a contract to purchase new electronic voting machines, but some groups say they're concerned about the possibility of vote tampering.

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Jennings Remembered

Updated: 08/08/2005 - As anchor of ABC's World News Tonight, Peter Jennings touched millions of lives daily. He had a personal impact on a Hickory, Miss., woman.

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Inmate Stabbed at State Prison

Updated: 08/08/2005 - An inmate in the East Mississippi Correctional Facility died Sunday of a stab wound.

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Students Get Back to School

Updated: 08/08/2005 - The heat and the calendar still say it's the beginning of summer, but don't tell that to a lot of local children. For them, it's back to school time.

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Mayor Injured in Fall

Updated: 08/08/2005 - Meridian Mayor John Robert Smith suffered a broken rib and a punctured lung and was hospitalized.

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COG Expands Voting Membership

Updated: 08/08/2005 - The Council of Governments, originally formed as a way for local governments to share ideas and work together, is turning back the clock.

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Munn Recognized for Bravery

Updated: 08/07/2005 - The 238th Air Support Operations Squadron held its awards ceremony Sunday. One member received a special medal for bravery in combat.

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Federal Back at Work

Updated: 08/07/2005 - The jury in a Mississippi judicial bribery case was back at work Sunday on a mountain of exhibits and testimony in the government's case against three judges and an attorney.

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Prison Incident Probed

Updated: 08/07/2005 - An assault was reported Sunday at the East Mississippi Correctional Facility.

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Russian Crew Rescued

Updated: 08/07/2005 - Mississippi's Air National Guard plays a key role in the rescue of a Russian crew from a submarine trapped under water.

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Opportunity a Stitch in Time

Updated: 08/05/2005 - A non-profit organization founded by a University of Alabama graduate student is training women in Alabama's black belt to become business women.

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Practical Nurses "Pinned"

Updated: 08/05/2005 - Students in the practical nursing program at Meridian Community College celebrated completion of a year-long course of study.

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Twitty: "Witness Confirms Suspicions"

Updated: 08/06/2005 - Natalee Holloway's mother says she has spoken to a young woman with critical new information in the case of the missing Alabama teenager.

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Crash Claims a Life

Updated: 08/05/2005 - A one-vehicle wreck at 5:20 Friday morning claimed the life of a Toomsuba man.

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Fatal Crashes on the Rise

Updated: 08/05/2005 - The Mississippi Highway Patrol reports the number of fatal crashes is up for 2005.

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Supervisors Discuss E911 Budget

Updated: 08/04/2005 - Lauderdale County supervisors considered the 2006 E911 budget and then decided how far they will and will not go to fund it.

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Sheriff Warns of Scam

Updated: 08/04/2005 - At least one Lauderdale County resident has received a letter that authorities say is an obvious scam.

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School Starts With New Dress Code

Updated: 08/04/2005 - The Meridian Public School District has a uniform policy for this year, but it doesn't get an "A" from everyone.

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Business Backs College Prep

Updated: 08/04/2005 - Community Bank has made a financial contribution to help students preparing to take the ACT.

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Blues Legend Dies

Updated: 08/04/2005 - Famed bluesman Little Milton Campbell died Thursday from complications of a stroke.

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Bounds Aims for Opportunity, Success

Updated: 08/04/2005 - Mississippi's new state superintendent of education visited Meridian schools on the first day of the 2005-2006 school year.

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Crane Mishap Injures Worker

Updated: 08/04/2005 - A worker was badly injured in a mishap at Custom Car Shop in Lauderdale County Wednesday evening.

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Arts Center Scaled Back

Updated: 08/04/2005 - The governing board of the Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Center has trimmed more than $18 million from the cost of the project.

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Club Aiming for Excellence

Updated: 08/03/2005 - The largest fundraiser of the year for the Boys and Girls Club will feature Jackson's new mayor, Frank Melton.

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