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Wicker Says He Will Debate Musgrove

Updated: 06/11/2008 - Former governor, Ronnie Musgrove, the Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate, said he wants to debate his Republican opponent, Sen. Roger Wicker. Wednesday, Wicker said the two will debate several times.

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Atlas Shows Effects Of Climate Change On Africa

Posted: 06/11/2008 - The United Nations environment agency unveiled a new atlas Tuesday that shows what the agency says are the dramatic effects of climate change on Africa.

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Scientists Blame Drilling For Mud Flow

Posted: 06/11/2008 - Drilling near Indonesia may be to blame for a mud flow that has displaced tens of thousands of people, but the company doing the drilling says the mud flow was caused by an earthquake.

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A Month After Quake, Chinese Wait For Housing

Posted: 06/11/2008 - A month after a 7.9-magnitude earthquake hit southern China, killing more than 69,000 people and leaving at least 5 million homeless, some people in China are still waiting for housing arrangements.

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Sandbagged Levee Holds In Iowa

Posted: 06/11/2008 - Sandbags holding back water from a levee were successful in holding back the Cedar River and prevented it from flooding Cedar Falls.

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Sumter, Greene on Fuel "Pain Index"

Updated: 06/10/2008 - Some of the counties in the United States with the highest percentage of per capita income going to fuel costs are in west Alabama.

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Leadership Lauderdale Graduates 2008 Class

Posted: 06/10/2008 - The 2008 class of Leadership Lauderdale graduated thirty participants Tuesday. The training program is designed to prepare people for leadership.

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MCC Students Awarded Scholarships

Updated: 06/10/2008 - Seven students in the nursing program at Meridian Community College received scholarships from Jeff Anderson Regional Medical Center.

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School Districts Plan and Brace for Fuel Bills

Updated: 06/10/2008 - High gas and diesel prices continue to frustrate drivers nationwide. But filling up dozens of buses over and over is going to take a toll on school districts when classes start again.

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New DHS Director Named

Updated: 06/10/2008 - Gov. Haley Barbour appointed retired Navy captain, Don Thompson, to be the new executive director of the Mississippi Department of Human Services.

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Tomato Scare May Boost Small Farms

Updated: 06/10/2008 - With restaurants and stores removing tomatoes due to contamination concerns, home-grown produce is getting more attention.

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Alabama Governor Signs Tax Break

Posted: 06/10/2008 - Small businesses in Alabama are going to get a tax break on their health insurance costs starting Jan. 1.

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