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Work Away Jail Time

Updated: 06/27/2004 - .A new Mississippi law gives nonviolent inmates the chance to earn a day off their sentences for each day they work

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New Evidence in 1964 Murders?

Updated: 06/27/2004 - Former Ku Klux Klan Imperial Wizard Sam Bowers acknowledges a reputed Klan leader carried out the 1964 plot to kill three civil rights workers.

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U.S. Marine Allegedly Kidnapped

Updated: 06/27/2004 - Militants have kidnapped a U.S. Marine and a Pakistani driver in Iraq and are threatening to behead them unless Iraqi prisoners are freed, Arab television reported Sunday.

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Wechsler Looking for Community Support

Updated: 06/27/2004 - The Wechsler Community Arts Center held an open house on Saturday to garner more support for the on-going renovations.

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Newton High's Fanning Honored

Updated: 06/27/2004 - A former softball coach at Newton County High School will be heading to Camp Shelby to feed troops. Saturday he was honored by a renamed softball stadium.

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Beer and Wine Nixed in Restaurants

Updated: 06/27/2004 - The Board of Aldermen in Philadelphia have voted down a proposal that would have made the sell of beer and wine legal in restaurants.

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Medicaid Controversy Not Over

Updated: 06/25/2004 - A former governor is calling for legislative resignations over the new Medicaid bill.

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Soldier Home from Duty

Updated: 06/25/2004 - Newscenter 11 caught up with a member of the 185th Aviation Group, Company 'G', as he's enjoying 15 days of "R and R."

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Stack Remembered

Updated: 06/25/2004 - Meridian businessman Jack Stack was eulogized Friday at his church, Poplar Springs Drive Baptist.

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NTTC Welcomes New Commander

Updated: 06/25/2004 - The Naval Technical Training Center at NAS Meridian bids farewell to its commanding officer and welcomed the next leader.

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Judge Throws Out Case

Updated: 06/25/2004 - A Lauderdale County Justice Court judge dismissed an assault charge filed by Jody Bryant against Tommy Temple and Les Wilkes.

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Sessions Optimistic about Bill

Updated: 06/24/2004 - The deaths of Alabama soldiers in Iraq inspired Sen. Jeff Sessions to introduce a bill to enhance death benefits.

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Teaching Kids with PB & J

Updated: 06/24/2004 - The Meridian-Lauderdale County Public Library featured Peanut Butter and Jelly Theatre on Thursday.

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Meeting Air Travel Boom

Updated: 06/24/2004 - Anyone who has flown recently knows how crowded airports around the country are, and according to a government study, it is only going to get worse.

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Take Step Back in Time

Updated: 06/24/2004 - The Wechsler School building in Meridian is open for tours on Friday and Saturday.

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Skills Put to Ultimate Test

Updated: 06/24/2004 - Community college students from Mississippi are among those competing this week in the Skills USA national championships.

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Citizens Criticize Changes

Updated: 06/24/2004 - Statewide meetings to protest moving some Medicaid participants to Medicare rolls included a session in Meridian.

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David Ruffin Honored

Updated: 06/24/2004 - Thousands are in Meridian this week for the annual Meridianites Picnic. One of those is the brother of Temptations lead singer, the late David Ruffin. We asked Quincy Ruffin about plans to honor his brother.

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Drive with Care

Updated: 06/24/2004 - With more rain in the forecast, motorists are being reminded to slow down while driving.

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Plans Set for Flu Vaccine

Updated: 06/24/2004 - Remember last year's flu epidemic? Government officials are already working to try to head it off.

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The Human Side of Medicaid Changes

Updated: 06/23/2004 - Is the Medicaid-Medicare problem purely political? Maybe to legislators and the governor, but not to individuals who face real fear.

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Healthwatch: More HRT Research

Updated: 06/23/2004 - Research that surfaced in 2003 brought new concerns about the safety of women using hormone replacement therapy. Now a new study says that estrogen alone may increase the risk of developing dementia.

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Slain Officers Memorialized

Updated: 06/23/2004 - The city of Birmingham, Ala. said goodbye to three police officers killed in the line of duty last week.

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