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Meridian Hosts Inspectors

Updated: 03/14/2005 - The Mississippi chapter of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors is holding its annual seminar in Meridian for a third year in a row.

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Trial Status Under Review

Updated: 03/14/2005 - Court officials in Neshoba County plan to review the scheduled Apr. 18 trial date for Edgar Ray Killen.

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Security Concerns Raised

Updated: 03/14/2005 - Security has been discussed by the Lauderdale County board of supervisors in the past few months. A deadly shooting in Atlanta has again brought it to the forefront.

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Church Burglaries Arrest

Updated: 03/14/2005 - Investigators say a number of items stolen from 30 churches throughout the Mississippi have been recovered.

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Medicaid Bill Sent to Barbour

Updated: 03/14/2005 - Mississippi lawmakers sent a bill to the governor that will keep Medicaid operating through June.

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IAM, Lockheed Have New Proposal

Updated: 03/14/2005 - Negotiations over the weekend have produced a new contract proposal that will be voted on Tuesday.

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FEC Ruling Favors Tribes

Updated: 03/13/2005 - A Federal Elections Commission ruling will allow Indian tribes to operate some businesses that take federal contracts without compromising a tribe's special status afforded by federal election guidelines.

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House, Senate Work Weekend

Updated: 03/13/2005 - Gov. Haley Barbour is endorsing a state Senate plan to get quick cash for Mississippi's Medicaid plan.

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Historic March Remembered

Updated: 03/13/2005 - Southern Christian Leadership Conference founder called the Voting Rights Act of 1965 the most significant legislation of this century.

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Burn Ban Issued

Updated: 03/11/2005 - The Mississippi Forestry Commission has issued a burn ban due to very windy conditions and no rain in the forecast.

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High Court Ends Taxpayer Lawsuit

Updated: 03/11/2005 - A former Alabama chief justice will not have to pay over half a million dollars associated with his effort to keep a Ten Commandments monument on display.

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Businesses Adjust to Rising Fuel Costs

Updated: 03/11/2005 - Rising gas prices have a major effect on motorists and businesses, especially those that use vehicles on a daily basis.

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Governor Summons Lawmakers

Updated: 03/11/2005 - The governor has called Mississippi lawmakers back for a rare special session within a regular session. The topic is Medicaid funding.

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Medicaid Latest

Updated: 03/11/2005 - Friday marks the deadline for lawmakers to address Mississippi's Medicaid shortfall and still no action has been taken.

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A Hero's Farewell

Updated: 03/11/2005 - A local soldier who gave his life in the line of duty in Iraq was remembered for his courage.

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Killen Injured in Accident

Updated: 03/11/2005 - Edgar Ray Killen of Union, set to stand trial for the murders of three civil rights workers in 1964, was severely injured in a tree-cutting mishap Thursday.

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Lockheed, IAM to Talk

Updated: 03/11/2005 - Even though a strike by the International Association of Machinists continues, Lockheed says talks have been scheduled with Union representatives for Saturday.

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Children First: Adding Up Success

Updated: 07/03/2006 - A math competition, sponsored by the Mississippi Council of Teachers of Mathematics, emphasized the importance of developing skills.

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Ten Commandments Bill

Updated: 03/09/2005 - The debate about the Ten Commandments is back at the forefront. Mississippi lawmakers are now debating a bill which would permit religious displays in all public buildings.

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Medicaid Solution?

Updated: 03/09/2005 - Mississippi's attorney general says Medicaid can stay afloat if the state borrows money by a Friday deadline.

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Riley Center on Track

Updated: 03/09/2005 - Work continues at the future home of the MSU-Riley Education and Performing Arts Center.

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Crash Stalls Traffic

Updated: 03/09/2005 - A collision between a car and an 18-wheeler slowed traffic on Highway 19, north of Meridian, on Wednesday afternoon.

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