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Summit Nearing Capacity

Updated: 01/25/2004 - Make your reservations while they are still available. The leadership summit featuring Alabama Gov. Bob Riley and Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour is filling up.

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UWA Faculty Want Action

Updated: 01/25/2004 - Members of the University of West Alabama faculty have formed an association to show support for the faculty senate's disapproval of the Board of Trustees.

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PEER Targets Health Inspections

Updated: 01/23/2004 - A report by a legislative watchdog group indicates restaurant health inspections are not frequent enough.

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Funeral Set for Banker

Updated: 01/23/2004 - Funeral services are set for Saturday in Newton for long-time Mississippi banker W.P. "Pat'' McMullan.

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Final Farewell to Beloved TV Icon

Updated: 01/23/2004 - Long before there was Big Bird, there was Bob Keeshan, who created "Captain Kangaroo" and many wonderful memories for children.

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Disaster Teams Huddle

Updated: 01/23/2004 - Mississippi emergency management's regional response teams shared strategy ideas in Meridian Friday.

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Alabama Democrats Target Efficiency

Updated: 01/23/2004 - Alabama democrats have joined republican Gov. Bob Riley in trying to make state government is more accountable.

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Morton Aims High

Updated: 01/23/2004 - Alabama's new interim state school superintendent said he wants to improve teacher education as well as the level of education students receive.

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Woman Finds Pearl in Sandwich

Updated: 01/23/2004 - Sacheen Morgan got much more than she bargained for when she decided on seafood for lunch.

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City Works on Smelly Problem

Updated: 01/22/2004 - Meridian found a temporary solution to mask a sewage smell coming from a lift station on Cotton Gin Road.

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Alabama Has New Superintendent

Posted: 01/22/2004 - The Alabama Board of Education has appointed Joe Morton, a former Sumter County superintendent, to be the interim state superintendent.

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Council Defends Delay

Updated: 01/22/2004 - Meridian city council members called a Thursday news conference to address delays in road improvement projects.

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Roe vs. Wade 31 Years Later

Updated: 01/22/2004 - Opponents and supporters of abortion gathered in Washington Thursday on the 31st anniversary of the Supreme Court's Roe versus Wade decision.

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High Court Turns Down Turner

Updated: 01/22/2004 - An appeal for post-conviction relief in a Lauderdale County DUI manslaughter case was rejected by Mississippi's Supreme Court.

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Barbour Names Medicaid Director

Updated: 01/22/2004 - Gov. Haley Barbour tapped a staff member of the University of Mississippi Medical Center to head up the state's Medicaid division.

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County Approves Road Bond Issue

Updated: 01/21/2004 - A controversial road bond issue was passed easily by the Lauderdale County board of supervisors.

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Dam Repair on Hold

Updated: 01/21/2004 - The public will have to wait even longer for Bonita Lakes Park to be returned to its previous condition.

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School Gets Grant

Updated: 01/21/2004 - Using a grant from Dollar General, West End Elementary School will host "1-2-3 Read" on Saturdays in February, March and April.

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Autry Outlines Goals

Updated: 01/21/2004 - Meridian's school superintendant presented four goals for the district to the board of trustees.

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Successor to Pickering Eyed

Updated: 01/21/2004 - The appointment of Charles Pickering to a federal appeals court created a vacancy on the federal bench in Mississippi.

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Stronger Seat Belt Law Sought

Updated: 01/21/2004 - Doctors, law enforcement agents and transportation officials are among those calling on Mississippi legislators to strengthen Mississippi's seat belt law.

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The Political "State of the Union"

Updated: 01/21/2004 - In the President's annual State of the Union address, Mr. Bush outlined his plans of the year ahead, a speech that left democrats skeptical and republicans proud.

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Dance Dispute

Updated: 01/21/2004 - Some senior citizens in Neshoba County say they want answers concerning an order to end their weekly dances.

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Veterans Debate

Updated: 01/20/2004 - Things got quite heated at the Neshoba County board of supervisors meeting Tuesday.

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Signals "See Red"

Updated: 01/20/2004 - Traffic signals in downtown Meridian "froze" on red late Tuesday afternoon.

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