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Sam's Moving In

Updated: 02/15/2004 - Construction on the new Sam's Warehouse has begun.

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Buckle Up or Else

Updated: 02/15/2004 - How often do you buckle up before you get behind the wheel? The Mississippi legislature is in the process of approving a bill that would make penalities for not wearing your seat belt tougher.

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Probe Reveals No Chemicals

Updated: 02/13/2004 - Tests on a letter received by a Neshoba County woman indicated no suspicious substances.

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Senate Passes Bill

Updated: 02/13/2004 - The Mississippi Senate passed a measure that would toughen the state's seat belt enforcement.

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Lott on Campaign Trail

Updated: 02/13/2004 - State Rep. Mike Lott talked to residents of the 4th Congressional District in Quitman Friday. He's opposing Democrat incumbent Cong. Gene Taylor.

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Black History Featured

Updated: 02/13/2004 - Magnolia Middle School celebrated Black History Month with possitive messages from outstanding role models.

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MPD Focuses on Interstate

Updated: 02/13/2004 - A Meridian Police Department drug enforcement program that targets interstate traffic is apparently producing results.

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Tate Convicted

Updated: 02/13/2004 - Kirby Glen Tate was convicted for possession of marijuana for the second time in less than a year.

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Tourism and Economic Development

Updated: 02/12/2004 - Tourism is Mississippi's second-largest service industry but is aiming higher. State officials say its growth is part of economic development.

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Brothers Accused in Coke Bust

Updated: 02/12/2004 - Creashay and Marcus Bennett were charged in a bust that allegedly involved $100,000 worth of cocaine.

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Riley Willing to Wait

Updated: 02/12/2004 - Even though Alabama lawmakers have not agreed yet to a special session, Gov. Bob Riley says he is patient.

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Economic Forecasting

Updated: 02/12/2004 - When it comes to predicting the future, nothing is certain but trends can be analyzed.

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"Lighting" the Path Home Part 2

Updated: 02/12/2004 - How do the problems with local traffic lights directly impact you and what is the main problem with traffic signals in Meridian?

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TB a Concern for County Jails

Updated: 02/12/2004 - A representative from the Mississippi Department of Health made safety recommendations to prevent outbreaks of tuberculosis in the county jail inmate population.

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Medical Scare in Union

Updated: 02/12/2004 - A quarantine has been lifted at Alliance Laird Hospital following a scare that shut down the emergency room for most of Thursday.

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"Spending Commission" Proposed

Updated: 02/11/2004 - Some Alabama lawmakers propose a commission to review spending by the governor's administration.

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Church Remains Split

Updated: 02/11/2004 - A top church official says Mississippi Episcopalians are still deeply divided over the confirmation of a gay bishop and other issues.

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Book Club Formed

Updated: 02/11/2004 - A new book club for adults has been organized in Meridian. It meets at the Meridian-Lauderdale County Public Library.

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Career Center Showcased

Updated: 02/11/2004 - Preparing students for the workplace includes academics and hands-on training offered by facilities like Ross Collins Career and Technical Center.

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City Leaders Push for Option

Updated: 02/11/2004 - City officials from across Mississippi packed a house committee room at the state legislature seeking support for a local option tax.

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Barbour Unveils Initiatives

Updated: 02/11/2004 - Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour unveiled two work force development initiatives Wednesday.

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