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Once and Again for Hope

Updated: 03/19/2003 - A shop featuring new and used merchandise, for the benefit of Hope Village for Children, is open for business in downtown Meridian.

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Fed Grand Jury Action

Updated: 03/19/2003 - The latest indictments released by the U. S. Attorney's Office show serious charges were filed in east Mississippi.

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Little Interest in Voting Maps

Updated: 03/19/2003 - Local residents and members of the city council mostly ignored the first public meeting in which redistricting maps were shown.

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Landowner Seeks Help

Updated: 03/19/2003 - A citizen has asked Lauderdale County for help in getting access to the Mall Road, but a city contract could stand in the way.

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Sales Tax, Bond Rates Look Good

Updated: 03/19/2003 - Sales tax collections for Fiscal 2003 are ahead of the previous year's showing. Plus, the interest rate on road paving bonds may rech a new low.

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ECCC Honors Thrash

Updated: 03/19/2003 - East Central Community College has established a scholarship in memory of faculty member, Thomas Thrash.

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Mississippi Security Measures

Updated: 03/19/2003 - With the threat of war both Mississippi and Alabama are under a state of emergency. Gov. Ronnie Musgrove was in Meridian Wenesday to address the issue.

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Chicks Get Fried

Updated: 03/19/2003 - Dixie Chicks music is not as prevalent on the airwaves lately. Lead singer Natalie Maines took a shot at the President in London, and later apologized, but it may not make a difference.

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Local Readiness

Updated: 03/19/2003 - The showdown with Iraq has prompted national homeland security officials to raise the terror level to high. Local leaders have taken steps to increase security.

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Gov. Declares Emergency

Updated: 03/19/2003 - Mississippi's governor declared a state of emergency due to a likely war with Iraq.

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Poison Prevention Week

Updated: 03/18/2003 - This week is National Poison Prevention Week. Here's what you need to know about the dangers of some of the products in your home.

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U.S. Raises Terror Alert Level to High

Updated: 03/18/2003 - With war in Iraq likely in just days, the Homeland Security Department raised the national terror alert to orange, indicating a high risk of terrorism against American interests.

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First Responders Ready

Updated: 03/18/2003 - With the U.S. near the brink of possible war, the threat of terrorism is more of a concern. But Mississippi's first responders are getting ready.

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Homicide Update

Updated: 03/18/2003 - Two teens are being held in connection with the Saturday death of William Gill.

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Inmate Death Probe

Updated: 03/18/2003 - An investigation is underway into the death of an inmate at the Sumter County Jail.

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War's Impact on Gas Prices

Updated: 03/18/2003 - Recent increases in the price of gasoline have caused some consumers to wonder how high they will go and if suppliers are gouging the public.

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Bush Tells Saddam to Go by Wednesday

Updated: 03/18/2003 - Edging to the brink of war, President Bush gave Saddam Hussein until Wednesday to leave his country and told Americans that military confrontation will ultimately make them safer.

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Whiskey Case

Updated: 03/17/2003 - A judge has issued a ruling in the controversial case involving confiscated whiskey in Clarke County.

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Strange Illness

Updated: 03/17/2003 - A federal health official says doctors are doing everything possible to fight an outbreak of a lethal form of pneumonia.

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Newton Relief Benefit

Updated: 03/14/2003 - It's been more than three months since a tornado devastated the town of Newton. Now residents are coming together to raise money for the continued cleanup effort.

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"Used" Water Profitable?

Updated: 03/14/2003 - A by-product of Meridian's water treatment plant is currently thrown away. But that product may be worth money in the future.

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Riley Center Gets Boost

Updated: 03/14/2003 - The Lockheed Martin Corporation made a contribution to the Riley Education and Performing Arts Center Endowment Fund.

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Two Killed in Crashes

Updated: 03/14/2003 - Fatal vehicle crashes in two counties may be linked to heavy rain that deluged east Mississippi Thursday.

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