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Wilbourn Honored at Main Event

Updated: 04/28/2005 - The late Richard Wilbourn, II, was honored during the 17th Annual Main Event Business and Industry Expo.

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Flags Presented to Mabry Family

Updated: 04/28/2005 - A Lauderdale County soldier who gave his life in service to his country was remembered and his family thanked on Thursday by the American Legion and U.S. Marines.

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Guard Unit Gets High-Tech Help

Updated: 04/27/2005 - The 155th Brigade Combat Team now has handheld radios and can communicate with each other on secure frequencies.

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Bell Remembered

Updated: 04/27/2005 - William Bell, a well-known Gospel singer in the Meridian area, has died after a long illness.

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The Main Event '05

Updated: 04/27/2005 - The Main Event Business and Industry Expo features businesses and organizations, all in one place, on Thursday.

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Parking Garage to Open May 18

Updated: 04/27/2005 - A tentative rate schedule for Meridian's new parking garage will be voted on by the City Council next week.

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Higher Court Denies Centobie Appeal

Updated: 04/27/2005 - A federal appeals court in Atlanta has refused to stop the execution of convicted cop killer Mario Centobie.

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Soldier Court-Martial Concludes

Updated: 04/27/2005 - An Army officer has been found not guilty of rape and adultery charges that were alleged to have happened at Mississippi's Camp Shelby.

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MSU Adds Carousel Horse

Updated: 04/26/2005 - The campus of Mississippi State University in Meridian has joined in the Around Town Carousels Abound Project, a fundraiser for Hope Village for Children.

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Ballot Counters Tested, Ready

Updated: 04/26/2005 - Meridian officials have completed an important step in preparing for the primary municipal elections, set for May 3.

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Wal-Mart Moves Cold Medications

Updated: 04/26/2005 - Wal-Mart is joining other major discount retailers in controlling the sale of over-the-counter cold medicines.

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Prescription Help Announced

Updated: 04/26/2005 - Pharmaceutical companies are promoting a new program to help poor and uninsured people get free or discounted prescription drugs.

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Jennifer Diaz Enters Plea

Updated: 04/25/2005 - The ex-wife of a Mississippi Supreme Court justice has pleaded guilty and agreed to cooperate with prosecutors.

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Siegelman Takes Next Step

Updated: 04/25/2005 - Former Alabama governor, Don Siegelman, says he plans to explore future political options.

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Group Pushes Business Incentives

Updated: 04/25/2005 - Momentum Mississippi was in Meridian Monday promoting its plan for economic development for the state.

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Real Golf Lessons

Updated: 04/25/2005 - A local golf association is using the sport to enhance young lives.

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MPS Works Around Budget

Updated: 04/25/2005 - There are a number of school districts in Mississippi who are reducing the number of teachers due to smaller enrollments or budgetary concerns, but Meridian is avoiding laying teachers off for strictly financial reasons.

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Arts Center Funding Discussed

Updated: 04/25/2005 - The executive director for the not-yet-built Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Center says a capital campaign will begin soon.

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Galatas Hospitalized at Walter Reed

Updated: 04/25/2005 - An Army National Guard soldier from Meridian who was wounded in Iraq by a roadside bomb is now at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C.

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Plaintiffs Seek to Unseal Notes

Updated: 04/24/2005 - Plaintiffs in a lawsuit against Lockheed Martin for a deadly workplace shooting have appealed a judicial decision that sealed investigators' notes about the incident.

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Clarke Relay Draws Large Crowd

Updated: 04/24/2005 - Clarke County conducted its Relay for Life fundraiser, targeting a cure for cancer.

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Homicide Victim Was Stabbed

Updated: 04/22/2005 - Meridian police have received the preliminary autopsy results for a resident found in his home Wednesday.

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Religious Displays Law Stirs Emotion

Updated: 04/22/2005 - A new Mississippi law allows religious displays in public buildings like courthouses and schools, but some say it likely won't pass a constitutional test.

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