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UWA Probation Lifted?

Updated: 11/19/2004 - There's some possible good news for the University of West Alabama.

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Session Deadlock Continues

Updated: 11/18/2004 - Some members of the Mississippi Legislature and Gov. Haley Barbour are apparently waiting to see who blinks first. ft it continues, significant investment won't happen.

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Agencies Clarify Roles

Updated: 11/19/2004 - An Oct. 7 incident in which the city of Meridian requested assistance from Lauderdale County in the search of a missing person led to a formal meeting with the Emergency-911 commission Thursday.

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"Army" Out in Force

Updated: 12/03/2004 - The Salvation Army is looking to the community to help its most needy citizens.

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Guard Unit Back in USA

Updated: 11/18/2004 - Members of the 367th Maintenance Company of DeKalb and Philadelphia are expected home within a matter of days.

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Lott: "Rumsfeld Should Go"

Updated: 11/18/2004 - U.S. Sen. Trent Lott of Mississippi disagrees with the defense secretary on the issue of base closure.

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House Sends Bill to Senate

Updated: 11/18/2004 - The Mississippi House voted 112 to 2 Thursday to pass a bond bill that includes both the governor's economic package and money for higher education, but there's a snag.

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Rosenbaum Honored

Updated: 11/17/2004 - The Meridian Community College Foundation saluted Al Rosenbaum for his commitment to education.

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GM Announces Retirement

Updated: 11/17/2004 - WTOK's general manager has announced his plans to retire at the end of the year.

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Leading by Example

Updated: 11/17/2004 - The Montgomery Institute established a leadership award for education and named it after a retired Mississippi State Meridian professor.

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The High Cost of Impasse

Updated: 11/17/2004 - Day eight for Mississippi lawmakers and still no movement on proposed economic development bonds in the House. What will the impasse cost Mississippi?

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Finger Pointing at Capitol

Updated: 11/16/2004 - According to the governor's office, Northrup Grumman has put off expansion plans due to inaction on a bond bill by the Mississippi Legislature.

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Temple Speaks Out

Updated: 11/16/2004 - A retired member of the 186th Air Refueling Wing, the subject of four substantiated charges of wrongdoing, speaks out about the investigation.

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Committee: "Put Education First"

Updated: 11/16/2004 - The Choctaw County, Ala., school district hosted the monthly meeting of the Black Belt Action Commission's Education Committee.

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Weather Lesson for Kids

Updated: 11/16/2004 - Newscenter 11 Meteorologist Charles Daniel put on his teaching hat Tuesday for some four-year-olds at Western Gardens Apartments.

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Garbage a Dirty Business?

Updated: 11/16/2004 - The plan to increase penalties for violators of the green box ordinance came before Lauderdale County supervisors again Monday.

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Board Adopts New Policy

Updated: 11/16/2004 - The Meridian School Board has approved a plan it says may help in employee recruitment.

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Suspect Charged in Shooting

Updated: 11/16/2004 - A husband accused of shooting and injuring his wife has turned himself in to Wayne County authorities.

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Clock Ticks on Bond Bill

Updated: 11/15/2004 - Day six of the special legislative session is over and the governor's $108 million bond bill still hasn't come up for a House committee vote.

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Stabbing Incident Investigated

Updated: 11/15/2004 - A Kemper County man is battling injuries following what family members call an attempt on his life.

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Voters to Make Runoff Choice

Updated: 11/15/2004 - Voters decide Tuesday who will sit on the high court in position two of the state's central district. One candidate visited Meridian Monday. The other will be here Tuesday.

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