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Fatal Accident

Updated: 05/13/2003 - One person was killed in an accident Monday in west Alabama.

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Arts Abound Through Grants

Updated: 05/13/2003 - Even though part of the 2003 Arts in the Park was rained out, grants in the amount of $6,000 was raised for local arts projects.

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JARMC Awards Scholarships

Education

Updated: 05/13/2003 - A Meridian hospital builds on a scholarship program it started 16 years ago.

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Heroes' Welcome

Updated: 05/13/2003 - Members of Meridian's 186th Air National Guard Security team returned home amid a throng of supporters Monday.

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Cemetery Dispute

Updated: 05/12/2003 - A controversy involving upkeep at a local cemetery is causing quite a stir.

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Threatt Looks Ahead

Updated: 05/09/2003 - The mayor of the town of Marion discussed its present and future.

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Quilters Share Downhome Art

Updated: 05/12/2003 - The Magnolia Quilters warmed the Mississippi Welcome Center through display of its hobby.

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Scientific Minds

Updated: 05/09/2003 - Six West Lauderdale High School students prepare for the International Science Fair.

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Houses Passes Tax Relief

Updated: 05/09/2003 - A $550 billion tax cut plan was passed by the U.S. House of Representatives, over the objections of Democrats.

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Gang Series

Updated: 06/07/2003 - It's been said that 'time can surely bring about a change.' One man says he's living proof that this is true.

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Marion Runoff Set

Updated: 05/08/2003 - Voters in Marion will decide a seat on the board of aldermen in a runoff Tuesday, May 13.

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Bomb Threat Hoax

Updated: 05/08/2003 - A hoax bomb threat interrupted classes Thursday at Northwest Junior High School.

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Gang Series: Part 2

Updated: 06/07/2003 - Eight years ago as part of a special series, we talked with several young gang members. William Perry McClendon was one of those. We recently caught up with him and talked about why he says he is living proof that "life can bring about a change!"

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West: Not Opposed to Pickering

Updated: 05/07/2003 - The head of the Mississippi Legislative Black Caucus says he no longer opposes U.S. District Judge Charles Pickering's appeals court nomination.

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Operation Lifesaver

Updated: 05/07/2003 - The Mississippi Department of Transportation brought its railroad safety public awareness campaign to Meridian Wednesday.

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No Call List Coming

Updated: 05/07/2003 - The Mississippi Public Service Commission explained a new law that protects residents from telemarketers at a town hall meeting in Meridian.

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Guardsmen Return Home

Updated: 05/07/2003 - Several members of the Mississippi National Guard, based at Key Field, retirned home from duty tied to Operation Iraqi Freedom.

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MEMA Awards Grant

Updated: 05/07/2003 - A grant was presented to Meridian's Regional Response Team for use in homeland security measures.

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Gang Series: Part 1

Updated: 05/08/2003 - An update to the drive-by shooting in Scott County.

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Murder Case Set for October

Updated: 05/07/2003 - An Oct. 17 court date has been set for a case involving the death of a minister.

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Fatal Crash

Updated: 05/06/2003 - A two-vehicle crash claimed the life of a teenager Tuesday.

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Myers Named to Board

Updated: 05/06/2003 - A businessman became the newest member of the Meridian School Board Tuesday, but not without opposition.

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Death Penalty Cases Appealed

Updated: 05/06/2003 - Mississippi's high court will consider appeals in two death penalty cases.

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