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Choctaw Leader Defends Lobbyist

Updated: 04/08/2004 - Chief Phillip Martin of Mississippi's Choctaw Indians is standing by the Washington lobbyist who represented his tribe on Capitol Hill.

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Veterans: "Finish the Job"

Updated: 04/08/2004 - Veterans of foreign wars post 79 in Meridian get together every week to socialize. Newscenter 11 visited the post to find out how these veterans view the current conflict in Iraq.

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Wreck Claims Dispatcher

Updated: 04/07/2004 - Kemper County’s Sheriff's Department lost an employee in a Tuesday evening wreck.

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Probe of Train Crash Underway

Updated: 04/07/2004 - The FBI and other federal investigators are on the scene of last night's Amtrak train derailment in Yazoo County.

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Getting the Job Done

Updated: 04/07/2004 - Northeast High School students who worked in a "co-op" program to get real-life job experience thanked the people who made it possible.

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Murder Suspect Waives Extradition

Updated: 04/07/2004 - A Kansas woman accused of killing a Mississippi couple found in a freezer last week will not fight extradition. But a man also charged in the homicides will.

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Fired Employees Speak Out

Updated: 04/07/2004 - The fallout over the Pearl River Resort layoffs continues. Today employees voiced their disdain over the way the terminations were handled.

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Council Votes on Policies

Updated: 04/06/2004 - Subject matter at the Meridian City Council meeting ranged from adult entertainment to a definition of sexual harassment to the need for security at City Hall.

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Games Sponsors Thanked

Updated: 04/06/2004 - Sponsors for the 2004 State Games of Mississippi were recognized and thanked Tuesday.

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Kemper Aims Higher

Updated: 04/06/2004 - Mississippi's economic development chief brought a message of hope to DeKalb as an industry cut a ribbon on its latest operation.

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Thomas Sentenced to Life

Updated: 04/07/2004 - A Meridian man has pleaded guilty to capital murder in the 2002 slaying of a local businessman.

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A.P. Amends Story Figures

Updated: 04/06/2004 - The Associated Press corrected some numbers contained in a story on Mississippi unemployment.

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Committee Approves "Tort Bill"

Updated: 04/06/2004 - A committee of the Mississippi House of Representatives passed some tort reform measures Tuesday.

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How Successful was Art in the Park?

Updated: 04/04/2004 - Arts in the Park concluded its 34th year in Meridian. Patrons enjoyed themselves, but artist noticed a slump in sales.

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Lott Head 2005 Inauguration

Updated: 04/04/2004 - Trent Lott will chair the committee to plan the 2005 presidential inauguration to chair the committee.

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Local Wiz Kid

Updated: 04/04/2004 - A Union, Mississippi kid knows his geography.

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Walking for Wishes

Updated: 04/04/2004 - Highland Park was sight for the annual "Walk for Wishes" early Saturday morning.

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Preparing for the Worst

Updated: 04/02/2004 - Leaders from at least 8 different states were in East Mississippi this week discussing matters which could mean life or death.

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"In God We Trust" Bill Passes

Updated: 04/01/2004 - The Alabama House has passed a bill to permit the posting of "In God We Trust'' on classroom walls.

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Aircraft Issues on Table

Updated: 03/30/2004 - Military and aviation industry experts from ten nations are in Meridian to discuss the T-45 aircraft.

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