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Smith to Run Again

Updated: 02/15/2005 - Meridian Mayor John Robert Smith is running for another term.

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Weekend Shooting

Updated: 02/14/2005 - An arrest has been made in a weekend shooting in Wayne County.

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Maximizing Global Market

Updated: 02/14/2005 - The Mississippi Development Authority's trade representatives to China and South America talked about international trade relations with Meridian business people.

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Healthwatch: Hope for MS Patients

Posted: 02/14/2005 - There's a new breakthrough in the treatment of multiple sclerosis. Here in the U.S., there are about 250,000 people living with this disease.

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Tchula Mayor Visits Meridian

Updated: 02/14/2005 - The mayor of Tchula, Miss., visited Meridian Monday to talk about poverty with the Women's Missionary Union.

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Hayes Charged in Assault

Updated: 02/14/2005 - Wayne County sheriff's deputies have made an arrest in a weekend shooting in the St. John's community.

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Preparing for Severe Weather

Updated: 06/30/2005 - Severe Weather Awareness Week is being observed in Mississippi, to try to help residents be better prepared for when bad weather is imminent.

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Light Signals Safety?

Updated: 02/14/2005 - Lauderdale County has received approval for a traffic signal to be installed at a busy intersection on Highway 39.

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Choctaw Launch Ad Campaign

Updated: 02/14/2005 - The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians has launched an advertising campaign that seeks to end stereotypes.

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Municipal Elections on Horizon

Updated: 02/14/2005 - With statewide municipal elections less than four months away, state officials are working to make sure everything goes smoothly.

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Meridian Native Dies in Iraq

Updated: 02/13/2005 - A second Mississippi National Guard soldier in the 155th Brigade Combat Team, Spc. Robert Allen McNail, has died in Iraq.

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Plane Crash Claims Two

Updated: 02/13/2005 - Two people died in the crash of a small airplane Saturday afternoon in Lauderdale County.

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Walking the Walk

Updated: 02/13/2005 - Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts observed the 2nd Annual Ten Commandments Walk in Meridian Saturday.

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Leaders Mull Beef Plant Options

Updated: 02/13/2005 - Mississippi legislative and economic development leaders will meet next week to discuss what the state will do about a closed beef plant in Yalobusha County.

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Medicaid Bill Goes Back and Forth

Updated: 02/11/2005 - The Senate has sent the House a Medicaid bill that would restore eligibility to 50,000 people, but take most state agencies from under the oversight of the state Personnel Board.

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Ward Among Arts Honorees

Updated: 02/11/2005 - Two high-profile Mississippians were honored Friday at a ceremony for the Governor's Awards for Excellence in the Arts.

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Slay, Supervisors at Odds

Updated: 02/11/2005 - Reappraising the 2005 tax rolls remains a divisive point between tax collector Jimmy Slay and the Lauderdale County Board of Supervisors.

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Harry Mayer Finds New Home

Updated: 02/11/2005 - Harry Mayer celebrated its move to a new location after 33 years in business in downtown Meridian.

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Two Charged in Homicide

Updated: 02/11/2005 - Two people now face charges related to a recent homicide in Newton County.

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Democrats Vote on New Leader

Updated: 02/11/2005 - The Democratic Party will take a step toward what it hopes is a return to power with the election of a new chairman this weekend.

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Child Dies from Injuries

Updated: 02/11/2005 - A 12-year-old girl has died and her grandfather remains in critical condition following a two-vehicle accident in Smith County.

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"Zipping" Around Town Possible

Updated: 02/10/2005 - The Choctaw and Philadelphia communities will have an easier way to ride with The Zip Public Transit.

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Bill Would Rename Highway 19

Updated: 02/10/2005 - The Mississippi Senate unanimously passed a bill that would designate a portion of Highway 19 in memory of three slain civil rights workers.

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