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Smith Goes On the Record

Updated: 07/16/2004 - There's speculation that Meridian City Councilman Bobby Smith may run for mayor in the next election. He addressed that and some other city issues in an interview with Newscenter 11.

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Alabama Governor Heads to Europe

Updated: 07/16/2004 - Alabama's chief executive left Friday for Europe, seeking new commitments to his jobs growth initiatives.

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Riley Project Gets Boost

Updated: 07/16/2004 - The Lauderdale County Board of Supervisors approved a $4 million bond issue for a downtown project.

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Pain to Power

Updated: 07/16/2004 - Turning pain into power; that is the message Atty. Gen. Jim Hood shared Friday as the Victims of Crime Conference concluded.

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Clothes for Kids

Updated: 07/16/2004 - Just in time for back to school, there's a new campaign designed to give students a new "outlook”.

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Storm Scores Damage

Updated: 07/15/2004 - A brief but heavy thunderstorm moved through Lauderdale County late Thursday afternoon, leaving a trail of damage.

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Notification Not "Mandatory"

Updated: 07/15/2004 - Mississippi health officials won't require day care centers to contact parents if a child is absent or late.

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Mistake Shorts EMDTF

Updated: 07/15/2004 - Lauderdale County's new administrator advised supervisors of a $100,000 mistake he discovered that has impacted the budget of the East Mississippi Drug Task Force.

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Erosion a Concern for County

Updated: 07/15/2004 - A Lauderdale County crew has been working this week to correct an ongoing problem at the Lauderdale County Agricenter.

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Tuck to Skip Neshoba County Fair

Updated: 07/15/2004 - Lt. Gov. Amy Tuck says she's getting stronger every day as she recovers from a severe bout of pneumonia, but she won't be speaking at the Neshoba County Fair this year.

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Cemetery Controversy

Updated: 07/15/2004 - Some residents in Neshoba County are taking action against plans to expand a cemetery within their community.

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Guilty Plea

Updated: 07/15/2004 - A Wayne County woman has pleaded guilty to the strong armed robbery of a Buckatunna convenience store.

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Utah Man Tops $1 Million on Jeopardy

Updated: 07/14/2004 - All across the country people are talking about Ken Jennings. He's the Jeopardy champion who seems to know the question to every answer.

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Lott: Same-Sex Marriage Issue Not Over

Updated: 07/14/2004 - An attempt to pass a constitutional amendment banning gay marriages failed in the U.S. Senate Wednesday. Mississippi's Trent Lott voted in favor of the measure.

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Supply Our Students

Updated: 07/14/2004 - The first day of school is just over three weeks away. Not all students have the resources to start fully prepared. One organization is trying to change that and it needs your help.

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Securing Mississippi Computers

Updated: 07/13/2004 - Federal homeland security dollars have been allocated to Mississippi to check the vulnerability of county computer systems to hackers or terrorists.

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Last Buckeyes Leave NAS

Updated: 07/13/2004 - Naval Air Station Meridian said a final goodbye to the T-2 Buckeye Tuesday. The jet has been phased out by the Navy after nearly 50 years of service.

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University Expands Offerings

Updated: 07/13/2004 - Mississippi State University, Meridian campus, is offering several new programs to students.

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Alleged Kidnapper Jailed

Updated: 07/13/2004 - A Saucier man, who authorities say posed as a law enforcement officer to kidnap three Alabama women from a truck stop, is being held in a Jackson County jail.

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MAB Names Award Winners

Updated: 07/13/2004 - WTOK-TV of won television's Best of Show honors for 2004 at the Mississippi Association of Broadcasters' annual awards ceremony.

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Morton to Head Alabama Schools

Updated: 07/13/2004 - Interim Alabama schools superintendent Joe Morton has been given the job permanently.

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Computer Tests a Problem?

Updated: 07/13/2004 - Mississippians are apparently finding it harder to pass the state's driving exam.

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Cemetery Vandalism

Updated: 07/13/2004 - A local cemetery is vandalized and family members say they want some answers.

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