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Parade Without the Mess

Updated: 12/02/2003 - Keep America Beautiful and Waste Management hope to make Meridian's Christmas parade "litter-free".

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Evidence Bulldozed

Updated: 12/02/2003 - The Lauderdale County Sheriff's Department enforced the law by destroying property.

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Moore Found Guilty

Updated: 12/02/2003 - A suspect charged with kidnapping and robbery of a Lauderdale couple was convicted by a jury Tuesday.

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Paving Projects Delayed

Updated: 12/02/2003 - The Meridian City Council delayed the adoption of a proposed $6 million street paving project.

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Barbour Taps Former Lawmaker

Updated: 12/02/2003 - Charlie Williams, a veteran lawmaker and one-time gubernatorial candidate, will be the chief of staff for Mississippi's next governor, Haley Barbour.

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UWA Board Appointments

Updated: 12/02/2003 - Amid ongoing controversy, the board of trustees at the University of West Alabama could soon undergo some major changes.

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Slander Suit Delayed

Updated: 12/01/2003 - A $2 million slander lawsuit filed against a Lauderdale County supervisor is still unresolved.

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Fire Destroys Mobile Home

Updated: 12/01/2003 - A Lauderdale County family lost its home in a fire early Monday morning.

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Supervisors Mull Money

Updated: 12/01/2003 - Two funding projects were reduced or delayed by the Lauderdale County Board of Supervisors.

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MHP Nabs Suspects

Updated: 12/01/2003 - The Mississippi Highway Patrol arrested two suspects on weapon and drug charges after a stop on the interstate Monday.

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UWA Controversy

Updated: 12/01/2003 - Two boards of trustees remain active at the University of West Alabama, six months after a split. Could this have a negative effect on the school?

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Crash Results in Indictment

Updated: 12/01/2003 - A man charged with a deadly hit and run in west Alabama faces prosecution.

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Actress Signs for Hope

Updated: 11/28/2003 - Actress Sela Ward put her autograph on special Christmas ornaments to benefit Hope Village for Children.

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Wreck Snarls Traffic

Updated: 11/28/2003 - A three vehicle collision on Highway 39 mid-afternoon Friday tied up traffic for about an hour.

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Shop Till You Drop?

Updated: 11/28/2003 - The day after Thanksgiving is traditionally the busiest shopping day of the year. It could have a lasting impact on the economy, local and national.

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Mississippian Heroic in Death

Posted: 11/28/2003 - A survivor of a tragic helicopter crash in Iraq tells how a Crystal Springs man saved his life.

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Serving Love on a Plate

Updated: 11/28/2003 - Love's Kitchen opened its doors to provide a Thanksgiving meal for those who might not have had a hot meal.

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Timetable Set for Lawsuit

Updated: 11/28/2003 - A federal judge has set a timetable for filing motions on a request to dismiss a lawsuit that seeks to return former Chief Justice Roy Moore to office.

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Fire and Recovery

Updated: 11/26/2003 - Charred bricks and rubble is all that's left of a home located just off Crescent Lake Road in Lauderdale County.

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Thanksgiving Travel Dangers

Updated: 11/26/2003 - As motorists hit the road for the holiday, the Mississippi Highway Patrol reminds drivers of potential dangers.

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City May Sue Over Bill

Updated: 11/26/2003 - Action is apparently pending by the city of Meridian in a dispute over sewage with the town of Marion.

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Guard Unit Stays Ready

Updated: 11/26/2003 - The 186th Air Refueling Wing has helped the U.S. in its War on Terror. The unit continues its missions, even as a probe lingers.

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Moore Seeks Judge's Recusal

Updated: 11/26/2003 - Alabama's ousted chief justice of the state supreme court says one federal judge can't be impartial.

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Remains Arrive in Hawaii

Updated: 11/26/2003 - Presidential candidate Howard Dean was off the campaign trail Wednesday to receive the remains of his brother. Charlie Dean was killed in southeast Asia nearly 30 years ago.

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Mom Gets Good News

Updated: 11/26/2003 - It's a happy Thanksgiving for a Meridian mother. She has her soldier son back from Baghdad.

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