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Palmer Stands by His Vote

Updated: 11/11/2004 - A Meridian city councilman who opposed a no-smoking ordinance says he hasn't changed his mind about it.

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Alabama Vaccinations

Updated: 11/11/2004 - As the country continues to deal with a national flu vaccine shortage, thousands of at-risk Alabamians will soon be able to receive the shot.

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Flu Vaccine Update

Updated: 11/11/2004 - More flu vaccine could be on the way to Mississippi.

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Supervisors Discuss Flooding Issues

Updated: 11/10/2004 - A dozen houses in Lauderdale County may be purchased by the government due to repeated incidents of flood damage.

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Oh, Say Can You See?

Updated: 11/10/2004 - Poplar Springs Elementary School saluted the military, past and present, with a sea of American flags.

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Tracking Technology

Updated: 11/11/2004 - Emergency first responders could be helped by new technology that tracks vehicles over long distances.

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Vitamin E Controversy

Updated: 11/10/2004 - A new study raises a warning about vitamin E supplements, taken by many Americans to ward off disease.

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United We Stand

Updated: 11/10/2004 - The United Way of East Mississippi is pushing ahead to reach its $700,000 goal.

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No Smoking Law Vetoed

Updated: 11/10/2004 - Mayor John Robert Smith has vetoed the Smoke Free Act passed by the Meridian City Council.

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Robbery Suspect Nabbed

Updated: 11/10/2004 - Four hours after a robbery happened Tuesday, Meridian police say they had the suspect in custody.

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Governor Puts Promise in Writing

Updated: 11/10/2004 - Mississippi's House speaker and president pro tempore met privately to talk about a stalled economic development bond bill.

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Public Speaks Out on Smoking Ban

Updated: 11/09/2004 - Meridian citizens turned out in force for a public hearing about a new smoke-free ordinance.

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Vaccines Top List

Updated: 11/09/2004 - Residents stood in long lines to get "extra" flu shots made available just recently, but how long will the supplies last?

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Cochran to Step Up

Updated: 11/09/2004 - Mississippi's senior U.S. senator is next in line to chair the powerful appropriations committee.

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Kemper Names Top Volunteer

Updated: 11/09/2004 - The Kemper County Chamber of Commerce tapped Jennifer Hull as its 2004 Citizen of the Year.

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United Way Halfway There

Updated: 11/09/2004 - United Way of East Mississippi has now reached the halfway point of its current fundraising goal, but now it's "shifting into high gear."

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Health Insurance Premiums on Table

Updated: 11/09/2004 - Public employees in Alabama would pay more for their health insurance under a plan being considered by the state Legislature.

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Day Two: Still No Bond Bill

Updated: 11/09/2004 - The second day of a Mississippi special legislative session is over, with no movement yet from the House of Representatives.

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Smith Seeks Funding Option

Updated: 11/08/2004 - Meridian's mayor is asking lawmakers to address a food and beverage tax to fund the Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Center.

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Alabama in Special Session

Updated: 11/08/2004 - The Alabama Legislature has set its calendar for a special session this week.

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Junior Miss Hopefuls Welcome

Updated: 11/08/2004 - It's time for season of the Junior Miss program. Making it to the national finals begins with the local competition.

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Lawmakers Back in Jackson

Updated: 11/08/2004 - The Mississippi Legislature convened a special session to consider economic development bonds, but the issue may not be that simple.

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Smoking Ordinance Debate Continues

Updated: 11/08/2004 - "To smoke, or not to smoke?" That was the question presented at the Council of Governments meeting Monday in Meridian.

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Rare Tremor Occurs in Alabama

Updated: 11/07/2004 - A minor earthquake was recorded in west Alabama early Sunday, but no damage was reported.

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CDC Chief: "Flu Unpredictable"

Updated: 11/07/2004 - According to the director of the Centers for Disease Control, the flu season is off to a slow start, but things could change.

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