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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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Bees Cause Stir

Updated: 05/13/2003 - A swarm of bees caught the attention of patrons at a local convenience store Tuesday.

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Two Arrests in Bomb Threat

Updated: 05/13/2003 - Meridian police have charged a pair of teenagers for making a bomb threat to a local school Monday.

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Shelby Proposes Flat Tax

Updated: 05/13/2003 - An Alabama senator has introduced a bill to overhaul the tax system and replace it with a flat tax.

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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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