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Mississippi Communities Honor Veterans

Updated: 11/11/2003 - Residents across Mississippi honored America's veterans Tuesday with parades, speeches, 21-gun salutes and the tolling of church bells.

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Mississippi Chemical Brings Back Furloughed Workers

Updated: 11/11/2003 - Fertilizer maker Mississippi Chemical Corporation said Tuesday that it has brought back 510 workers that were furloughed last summer at its Yazoo City plant and at two mines in New Mexico.

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Suspect in '02 Robbery Caught

Updated: 11/11/2003 - Meridian police took a suspect in a robbery-shooting into custody Monday afternoon, after getting a tip on his whereabouts.

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Musgrove and Barbour Meet

Updated: 11/10/2003 - The current and future governor of Mississippi met privately Monday. An exit poll was also released showing voter trends in Nov. 4 race.

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Tight Race in Newton County

Updated: 11/10/2003 - Nov. 4 brought the closest race in Newton County in almost a decade. Almost a week later, the outcome of the tax assessor/collector's race is still not decided.

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Teens Injured

Updated: 11/10/2003 - A wreck on Wildcat Road late Saturday seriously injured at least one teenage girl.

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Little: "Some Funds Misspent"

Updated: 11/10/2003 - Lauderdale County's school superintendent alleged that two district employees spent some grant and federal funds improperly.

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Memory Tree Tribute

Updated: 11/10/2003 - The "Memory Tree" is decorated with thousands of yellow ribbons to remember veterans who have served in the past and present.

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Local Charged in Murder

Updated: 11/10/2003 - Authorities in Itawamba County charged Robert King Clay of Meridian with two counts of capital murder.

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Celebrate America and Veterans

Updated: 11/10/2003 - Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Jackson was filled Sunday as the state of Mississippi celebrated America, in honor of veterans.

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County Leaders Meet

Updated: 11/10/2003 - The monthly meeting of elected leaders within Lauderdale County included a brief discussion of a recent controversy.

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Second Robert Arrested

Updated: 11/07/2003 - Crimestoppers tips lead to the arrests of a brother and then his sister, both wanted on drug charges.

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Veterans, Heroes

Updated: 11/07/2003 - Southeast Lauderdale High School paid tribute to America's veterans, with special emphasis on those from the Vietnam era.

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Voting Checks and Balances

Updated: 11/07/2003 - Even though the elections ended Nov. 4, the process of certifying your votes takes days and days.

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Collision Claims Life

Updated: 11/10/2003 - A woman was killed in a two vehicle crash Friday in Lauderdale County.

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Wiseman on Politics

Updated: 11/07/2003 - The director of the Stennis Institute of Government talks about recent elections Sunday on WTOK.

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Phoning for Votes

Updated: 11/07/2003 - Some people received numerous taped telephone calls urging them to vote for various candidates. Were these violations of the new Mississippi "Do Not Call" law?

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Economy Looking Up?

Updated: 11/07/2003 - While Mississippi gained some jobs in September, its recovery in the employment sector may lie in retraining workers.

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Agricenter Site Eroding

Updated: 11/06/2003 - Lauderdale County supervisors are facing a new expense to repair damage at the Agricenter.

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Bolivia-Mississippi Link

Updated: 11/06/2003 - Representatives from Bolivia visited Meridian Naval Air Station as part of a partnership.

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Mississippi Guardsman Killed

Updated: 11/06/2003 - A National Guardsman from Kokomo, Miss., died Thursday in Iraq when a land mine exploded near the Syrian border.

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Guard Units Preparing for Duty

Updated: 11/06/2003 - National Guard units in Meridian and Philadelphia are among those making "sensible plans and preparations", in case they are mobilized for duty in the Mideast or South Asia.

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Palmer: "Fairness is Issue"

Updated: 11/05/2003 - Should race have played a factor in determining Meridian's new fire chief? City councilman Jesse Palmer said fairness should be weighed.

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