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Task Force Makes Meth Bust

Updated: 09/17/2003 - Agents with the East Mississippi Drug Task Force busted three Florida men for allegedly delivering $1 million worth of methamphetamines to Meridian.

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Teacher Suspended From Job

Updated: 09/17/2003 - A Meridian High School teacher has been suspended while a felony charge against him is pending.

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See You at the Pole

Updated: 09/17/2003 - Millions of students across the U.S. prayed together around school flagpoles before classes started Wednesday.

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Illness Claims News Writer

Updated: 09/17/2003 - Veteran journalist Jean Sutton died from complications associated with cancer surgery.

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Healthwatch

Updated: 09/17/2003 - No one likes to be sick. But do you know that just having someone show concern can go a long way when it comes to recovering?

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Police Ask for Tips

Updated: 09/16/2003 - Meridian police ask for the public's help in solving a series of strong armed robberies.

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Love and Health

Updated: 09/16/2003 - An educational initiative hopes to promote the idea of regular medical checkups among groups that may histroically practice prevention.

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Utility Crews Head East

Updated: 09/16/2003 - In anticipation of damage from Hurricane Isabel, crews from the southeast U.S. head to the East Coast to be ready to help.

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Repair to Bonita Dam on Hold

Updated: 09/16/2003 - Repairing the dam at the lower lake at Bonita Park has been put on hold. A portion of the federal appropriation for it was mistakenly diverted to another project.

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Kemper Election Followup

Updated: 09/16/2003 - With general elections just over a month away, controversy continues about who will represent the democratic party in the sheriff's race.

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Despite Health Emergencies, CDC Dedicated to Fighting Cancer

Updated: 09/15/2003 - Controlling SARS, monkeypox and West Nile virus has at times forced the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to divert resources and talented scientists from its cancer control division, but cancer remains a "major health threat'' to the United States.

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Archusa Repairs

Updated: 09/15/2003 - Swimming could soon resume at Archusa Water Park in Quitman.

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Is School Grading System Fair?

Updated: 09/12/2003 - When it comes to schools and accreditation ratings, some educators say the process is unfair. A Meridian administrator is trying to do something about it.

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Riley Proposes Smaller Government

Updated: 09/12/2003 - Alabama's governor plans to propose spending cuts that "implement the will of the people of Alabama."

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Bush Campaigns for Barbour

Updated: 09/12/2003 - President Bush included Mississippi in a swing across the South Friday. He campaigned for Haley Barbour in the governor's race.

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Cuba Woman Dies in Crash

Updated: 09/12/2003 - A nearly head-on crash on Highway 11 claimed the life of one driver and injured a second Friday morning.

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Beating the Competition

Updated: 09/12/2003 - A Meridian gas station offered Mississippi's lowest price for gasoline, temporarily, at $1.29.

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Remembering Heroes of September 11

Updated: 09/11/2003 - Ceremonies across the nation marked the second anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks. The Meridian Fire Department paid tribute in a quiet service.

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Children First: Remembering 9/11

Updated: 09/11/2003 - Students at Kate Griffin Junior High School joined others who expressed their feelings about Sept. 11 in words and pictures.

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