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Tyrone Davis Remembered

Updated: 02/27/2005 - Most people will remember the legendary Tyrone Davis as the king of romantic Chicago soul, some will remember his warm, aching vulnerability and stylish class.

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Dean to Visit Mississippi

Updated: 02/25/2005 - Democratic National Committee chairman Howard Dean will speak at a Jackson, Miss. event Mar. 1. Some African-American members of the GOP say they will demand an apology from him.

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Insuring the Guard

Updated: 02/25/2005 - A bill to provide a quarter of $1 million in life insurance coverage to Alabama National Guard members and reservists has been approved by the state House of Representatives.

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Spelling a Champion

Updated: 02/25/2005 - Lauderdale County's annual spelling bee produced a G-R-E-A-T speller in eighth grader Joel Mabry.

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Woman Sues Over Braiding

Updated: 02/25/2005 - A group of professionals is facing a very unique "hair raising" problem in Mississippi.

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Contingency Plan in Works for NAS

Updated: 02/25/2005 - The next round of base closings isn't far away. Local leaders continue preparations to make the case for keeping NAS Meridian off the list.

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Future Grounded in Past

Updated: 02/25/2005 - Oakland Heights Elementary School saluted leaders of the past in its annual Black Awareness Program, held in conjunction with Black History Month.

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Life is About Choices

Updated: 02/24/2005 - A motivational speaker told Northwest Junior High School students to make positive lifestyle choices.

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Killen Granted Access to Evidence

Updated: 02/24/2005 - A judge has granted a defense discovery request and changed the trial date for accused killer, Edgar Ray Killen.

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KKK May Stage Demonstration

Updated: 02/25/2005 - Neshoba County officials have confirmed that they have been contacted by someone with the Ku Klux Klan about demonstrating on the day of the Killen trial.

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Inmate Escapes in DeKalb

Updated: 02/25/2005 - An inmate escaped Thursday morning from the Kemper-Neshoba Correctional Facility in DeKalb.

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Economic Development Bill Dies

Updated: 02/23/2005 - "Momentum Mississippi,” a package of incentives for attracting new businesses to the state, died in the House of Representatives for lack of action.

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Motion Filed in Killen Case

Updated: 02/23/2005 - Prosecutors in the Edgar Ray Killen murder case are seeking a judge's ruling on whether witness statements must be turned over to the defense.

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Bond Revoked for Alleged Gunman

Updated: 02/23/2005 - The man accused of shooting two of his work supervisors at Northrop-Grumman will remain in jail for now.

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Building Demolished

Updated: 02/23/2005 - A Lauderdale County crew removed an old store building that had officials said had become a safety hazard.

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Deadline Looms for Medicaid Solution

Updated: 02/23/2005 - As the Mississippi Medicaid debate continues, a prominent figure involved says using money from the state's tobacco settlement is not the answer.

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2005 Relay for Life Set

Updated: 08/02/2005 - Details of Lauderdale County's 2005 Relay for Life were announced Wednesday.

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NCHS Earns High Marks

Updated: 02/23/2005 - An academic study released Wednesday points to Newton County High School for "doing things right.”

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Community Colleges Lobby at Capitol

Updated: 02/22/2005 - When it comes to budget cuts, officials with Mississippi's community colleges say enough is enough. School representatives lobbied Tuesday in Jackson.

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Project ChildSafe on a Mission

Updated: 02/22/2005 - Project ChildSafe's second safety tour made a stop in east Mississippi Tuesday as the National Shooting Sports Foundation distributes 12 million gun locks in 2005.

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Grocery Chain Files Bankruptcy

Updated: 02/22/2005 - Winn-Dixie Stores announced it has filed for bankruptcy reorganization after reporting increased losses from a year ago.

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Bond Bill Includes Money for MAEC

Updated: 02/22/2005 - The Mississippi House of Representatives has approved a bill that includes $10 million in bonds for the Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Center in Meridian.

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Giuliani Backs Lott

Updated: 02/22/2005 - Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani joined U.S. Sen. Trent Lott in Jackson Tuesday to help the Republican lawmaker raise money for a 2006 reelection campaign.

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High Court Denies Appeals

Updated: 02/22/2005 - The appeals of four Mississippi death row inmates have been declined by the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Church Announces Expansion

Updated: 02/21/2005 - Evangel Temple in Meridian has plans to build a new theatre to accommodate large audiences for its Christian productions.

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