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USDA Honors Manager-Soldier

Updated: 09/23/2004 - Army reservist, Maj. Ed Hunt, was welcomed back to his civilian post this week after an 18 month stateside and overseas deployment.

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Goss Confirmed for CIA Post

Updated: 09/23/2004 - Sen. Trent Lott of Mississippi gives high marks to the new director of the Central Intelligence Agency.

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Children First

Updated: 07/03/2006 - Calling it “nothing short of a miracle,” officials at one new school say they are counting their blessings.

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New Restaurant

Updated: 09/23/2004 - A ribbon cutting was held Thursday for a new restaurant in Meridian.

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Updates on Water Safety Advisories

Updated: 09/23/2004 - Some customers of Southwest Lauderdale Water Association are under a boil water alert through at least Sunday. Notices affecting some other utilities have been lifted.

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Preserving the Past

Updated: 09/22/2004 - Plans are in the works to reconstruct the historic Con Shehan Building in downtown Meridian.

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District Puts Resources to Work

Updated: 09/22/2004 - Management of 16th Section land will bring in hundreds of thousands of dollars for the Lauderdale County School District this year.

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Choctaw Aid Meridian

Updated: 09/22/2004 - The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians sent a substantial gift to assist with hurricane cleanup in Meridian.

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New Apartment Complex Proposed

Updated: 09/22/2004 - Plans for a new $10 million apartment complex for Meridian were revealed at the Meridian City Council meeting.

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State Bond Rating Not Suffering

Updated: 09/22/2004 - Moody's says Mississippi's bond rating has likely not been hurt by the damage inflicted by Hurricane Ivan.

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Momentum Mississippi Committee Announced

Updated: 09/22/2004 - Gov. Haley Barbour has appointed a "Momentum Mississippi" Committee to direct the state's long-range plan for job creation.

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Murder Trial

Updated: 09/23/2004 - With more than 80 people subpoenaed to possibly testify, a high-profile murder trial got underway Wednesday in Neshoba County.

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Board Hears Good Report

Updated: 09/21/2004 - The Lauderdale County school district's test results were presented to the School Board Tuesday.

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Recovery Ahead for Mississippi

Updated: 09/21/2004 - Lauderdale County supervisors received an update on federal disaster relief from the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency. Lauderdale and Clarke Counties are also now eligible for federal help.

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Ivan's Toll Hits Family Hard

Updated: 09/21/2004 - Living without power is a story that has become all too common in the Twin States over the last few days.

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Schools Reopen

Updated: 09/21/2004 - Classes will resume Wednesday in Choctaw County public schools.

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Damage Aid Giveaway

Updated: 09/21/2004 - It's day five since Hurricane Ivan hit the area and hundreds of residents in west Alabama are still without power. Tuesday in Sumter County free boxes of food, water and ice were given away to those in need.

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Water Service to Be Interrupted

Updated: 09/21/2004 - Some customers of North Lauderdale Water Association will be without service for several hours on Wednesday.

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Murder Trial

Updated: 09/20/2004 - Hurricane Ivan not only caused damage, it is also affecting a high-profile case in Neshoba County.

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Making the Case

Updated: 09/19/2004 - Within the next month prosecutors are expected to announce if there's enough evidence to proceed in the 40-year-old murder investigation of three civil rights workers, but even if there were, would there be enough for a trial?

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Schools to Reopen Monday

Updated: 09/19/2004 - Area schools are scheduled to reopen Monday after being closed for two days due to hurricane Ivan.

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Mississippi Sends Help to Florida

Updated: 09/19/2004 - The Mississippi National Guard and MEMA have sent four black hawk helicopters and crews to Florida to help with recovery efforts.

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