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Traffic Collisions

Houpt Car

Updated: 05/21/2003 - Slick roads may have contributed to several accidents on the interstate and state highways Tuesday.

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Kate Griffin Aiming High

Updated: 05/21/2003 - An awards program at Kate Griffin Junior High School recognized more than 130 students for excellence during the 2003-2004 year.

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Carousel Project Grows

Posted: 05/20/2003 - Another local business is supporting Hope Village for Children through the "Around Town Carousels Abound" project.

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Thanking Public Works

Updated: 05/20/2003 - The city of Meridian marks National Public Works Week by showing appreciation for the people who make it happen.

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WorldCom Agrees to Settle

Updated: 05/19/2003 - WorldCom would settle charges of fraud for $500 million under a deal being reviewed by a federal judge.

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Click It or Ticket Underway

Updated: 05/19/2003 - Motorists may expect law enforcement to be even more vigilant on traffic safety during the annual Click It or Ticket.

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The USA in Pictures

Updated: 05/19/2003 - A local photographer is giving the world a glimpse into life in the greater Meridian area.

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Brother Charged in Shooting

Updated: 05/19/2003 - A verbal altercation between brothers Sunday escalated to gunshots, according to Meridian police.

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High Court Weighs Freedom Issue

Updated: 05/19/2003 - A case involving a theology student in Washington will decide if personal freedom to practice religion outweighs bans on spending public money for religious education.

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Barbour Tours State

Updated: 05/19/2003 - Republican gubernatorial candidate Haley Barbour discussed a plan he says could bring more high-paying jobs to the state. He also comments on recent controversy.

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Salute to the Military

Updated: 05/16/2003 - Southeast Lauderdale Elementary School showed its appreciation for the men and women of the armed forces, and their families.

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City Helps Habitat

Updated: 05/16/2003 - The city of Meridian is allowing Habitat for Humanity to remove usable items from a building that will be demolished.

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Kidd Pleads Guilty

Updated: 05/16/2003 - The case of a Clarke County man charged with sexual battery of a child has ended with his guilty plea to a lesser charge.

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Pierce Farewell to Radio

Updated: 05/16/2003 - A veteran radio personality took the microphone for the last time Friday.

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Barbour Target of Protest

Updated: 05/16/2003 - About a dozen people protested Friday outside the campaign office of Haley Barbour, a Republican candidate for governor.

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Bush Opens Re-Election Bid for Second Term

Updated: 05/16/2003 - President Bush launched his re-election bid Friday, formally filing papers to seek a second term with his postwar popularity soaring despite a sluggish economy.

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Antique Alley

Updated: 05/15/2003 - Meridian is part of the biggest yard sale around, stretching over 500 miles to Bristol, Virginia.

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Federal Aid Extended

Updated: 05/15/2003 - A federal disaster declaration for Mississippi has been extended to cover a second round of flooding in the month of April.

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Remembering Sacrifice

Updated: 05/15/2003 - Law enforcement officers slain in the line of duty were remembered in a service Thursday in Meridian.

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Protecting NAS Meridian

Updated: 05/15/2003 - Sen. Trent Lott talked about the base closure process during a news conference with Mississippi reporters, while efforts to fight closure of NAS Meridian continue at home.

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MDOT Seizes Fortune

Updated: 05/15/2003 - A routine traffic stop by the Mississippi Department of Transportation yielded $1.7 million in cash.

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Effects of HIPAA

Updated: 05/14/2003 - A new law designed to protect the privacy of patients has caused some surprises even for close family members.

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Water Service to Be Interrupted

Updated: 05/14/2003 - Water service to some parts of Dalewood shores will be interrupted for servicing Thursday.

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UBS Issues Alert

Updated: 05/14/2003 - United Blood Services has issued an urgent call for O-negative blood, due to a shortage in supply.

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Relief Center Schedule

Updated: 05/14/2003 - New hours of operation have been set for FEMA's Disaster Relief Center.

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