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New Date for Parade… Again

Updated: 12/03/2004 - The date for Meridian's 2004 Christmas Parade has been rescheduled again due to a conflict.

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Donor Sets High Mark

Updated: 12/03/2004 - United Blood Services recognized a volunteer who has donated over 50 gallons of blood, starting at age 18.

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Bridge Repairs Needed

Updated: 11/22/2004 - Buying a house is a major step, but imagine being forced to buy more than 3,000 of them.

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Log Truck Arrest

Updated: 11/22/2004 - A $50,000 bond has been set for a man charged with stealing a loaded log truck in Wayne County.

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Christmas Parade Rescheduled

Updated: 12/03/2004 - Damp conditions Saturday led organizers for Meridian's annual Christmas Parade to call it off and set a new date for Thursday, Dec. 3.

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Task Force Makes Arrest

Updated: 11/21/2004 - Agents with the East Mississippi Drug Task Force said they acted on a tip to make an arrest Friday night in Meridian.

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Bill Targets Highway Planning

Updated: 11/21/2004 - Funding for the design of an east-west corridor from Montgomery to west Alabama is included in a federal transportation bill.

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Optimism and Pessimism in Jackson

Updated: 11/21/2004 - A group of state lawmakers returned to the Capitol on Sunday to try to negotiate a compromise of the $297 million bond bill that passed the Legislature last week.

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Lawmakers Work Weekend

Updated: 11/19/2004 - A House-Senate conference committee will work on Sunday to try to come up with a compromise version of an economic development bond bill.

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United Way Needs You

Updated: 12/03/2004 - The United Way of East Mississippi had a lot to celebrate Friday. They say with the continued help of the community they will have even more to celebrate.

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Burton Gets Teaching Award

Updated: 11/19/2004 - A meridian teacher has received national recognition and a prestigious award.

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Memories of Christmas on Display

Updated: 12/03/2004 - The tradition of decorating trees at Merrehope and the F.W. Williams House continues this year as decorated Christmas trees went up this week.

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Shots Fired in Bust

Updated: 11/19/2004 - Agents fired several shots at a fleeing suspect Thursday night after an alleged drug deal.

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Alcohol Amendment Passed

Updated: 11/19/2004 - Beer and light wine may now be sold at restaurants inside the city limits of Newton.

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Beware of Scams

Updated: 11/19/2004 - So far the holiday season has gotten off to a smooth start and local law enforcement officials want to ensure that it stays that way. Here are some things authorities say you need to know.

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Ayers Settlement Update

Updated: 11/19/2004 - Mississippi's historically black colleges could soon receive more funding.

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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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