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Soft Drinks Coming Out of Most Schools

Updated: 08/17/2005 - The American Beverage Association, representing 85 percent of vendors in schools, announced it will remove carbonated drinks from lower grades and reduce them in high schools.

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Bank Supporting Military Families

Updated: 08/17/2005 - Community Bank of Meridian has announced its new program to benefit Mississippi's Military Family Relief Fund.

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Update on Lake Project

Updated: 08/17/2005 - Repairs on the Bonita Lakes dam should be complete in about three weeks, but city officials say the total project won't be completed.

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Computer Virus Travels the Web

Updated: 08/17/2005 - A worm that has given companies and other computer users headaches this week struck in the Meridian area as well.

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Wreck Stalls Traffic

Updated: 08/17/2005 - A collision between a dump truck and two semi-trailers Wednesday morning backed up traffic for over an hour in Meridian.

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Missing Florida Teens Spotted

Updated: 08/17/2005 - The search is on for two missing teenagers from Florida, who may have been spotted in the east Mississippi, west Alabama area.

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Accused Cop Killer Arrested

Updated: 08/16/2005 - A teenager accused of murdering a police officer in Crystal Springs, Miss., was arrested Monday near his home.

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Honoring the Best at MHS?

Updated: 08/16/2005 - A plan to honor Meridian High School's athletic accomplishments was presented to the School Board this week.

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Local Air Carrier Sold

Updated: 08/16/2005 - Some changes are being made that will affect Meridian's air carrier. How will the sale of ASA affect local travelers?

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New Way to Vote Approved

Updated: 08/16/2005 - Lauderdale County supervisors have approved touch-screen voting machines that will be used in the 2007 elections.

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Travel Budgets in a Bind

Updated: 08/16/2005 - Gas prices may be getting high enough to make people think twice before traveling. The tourism industry is bracing for a decline in business.

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Moe Bandy Returns Home

Updated: 08/16/2005 - Country singer and Meridian native Moe Bandy will sing in his hometown Saturday to benefit the Shriners Hospitals for Children.

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Witness Appears in Court

Updated: 08/15/2005 - A man who claimed he saw a suspect in the disappearance of Natalee Holloway driving with two friends the night she vanished has appeared in court.

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BRAC Vote Coming Soon

Updated: 08/15/2005 - Voting on the recent Base Realignment and Closure proposals is set to begin next week.

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Tips for Beating the Heat

Updated: 09/09/2005 - The heat is becoming a health hazard again. Here are some safety tips to help you avoid heat-related illnesses.

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Gas Prices Up, Up and Away

Updated: 08/15/2005 - Gas prices are at a record high, up nationwide by 60 cents since last year and 30 cents in the last three weeks.

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Drug Raid

Updated: 08/15/2005 - Two arrests have been made in a drug raid in Leake County.

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Homicide Investigation

Updated: 08/15/2005 - An investigation is underway into a weekend death in west Alabama.

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Fatal Accident

Updated: 08/15/2005 - A Quitman, Miss., woman was killed in a one-vehicle accident over the weekend in west Alabama.

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Mississippi Soldier Injured

Updated: 08/14/2005 - A Mississippi family says a National Guardsman stationed in Iraq was wounded with three other soldiers in an apparent bombing this week.

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Eakes Dies at Home

Updated: 08/14/2005 - Former state representative Mike Eakes, 60, who was elected to the Mississippi Legislature four times, has died at his home.

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Day of Caring Meaningful

Updated: 08/12/2005 - The United Way's annual "Day of Caring" meant a lot of work for dedicated volunteers. It's a preamble to the fall fundraising campaign.

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Arrests Made in Prison Stabbing

Updated: 08/12/2005 - Three inmates have been charged with murder in this weekend's fatal stabbing at the East Mississippi Correctional Facility.

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Bond Granted, Killen Released

Updated: 08/12/2005 - Edgar Ray Killen is free on bond while he appeals his manslaughter convictions in the killings of three civil rights workers in Neshoba County in 1964.

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