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Honoring Sacrifice

Updated: 11/12/2002 - Ceremonies honoring veterans were held in areas across Mississippi, including DeKalb and Quitman.

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SA Issues Appeal

Updated: 11/12/2002 - The Salvation Army is asking the public to give items such as furniture, appliances and winter goods and clothing, to meet especially crucial needs.

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Veterans Day Ceremony

Updated: 11/11/2002 - A large crowd gathered Monday at the Doughboy Monument to honor local veterans.

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Adoptions Down in Mississippi

Updated: 11/11/2002 - The state could lose a federal bonus because too few children were adopted last year.

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Bridges Closing Across Mississippi

Updated: 11/11/2002 - Following last week's bridge collapse in Wayne County, bridges across the state are being checked.

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Project: Better Schools

Updated: 11/08/2002 - A group of citizens in Sumter County continue pushing for physical upgrades at the high school in York.

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Hope Remains at Bridge Collapse

Updated: 11/08/2002 - Searchers are still looking for the body of a man who apparently died after a bridge collapse in Wayne County. It's been almost a week since that bridge collapsed, but officials are optimistic they will be able to recover the body.

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"New" Memory Tree

Updated: 11/08/2002 - Sixty thousand yellow ribbons, remembering and honoring American veterans, were hung on a "new" Memory Tree Friday.

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Alabama Recount Setback

Updated: 11/11/2002 - Alabama's governor was dealt a setback in his call for a statewide recount of votes.

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Roads Get Attention

Updated: 11/08/2002 - Lauderdale County's road building crews have moved into District 3 and are busy with overlay projects.

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Myers Appeal on Hold

Updated: 11/08/2002 - The Mississippi Supreme Court has delayed its review of a murder conviction and sentence against Christopher Myers in Lauderdale County.

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FDA Approves Easy-to-Use HIV Test

Updated: 11/08/2002 - People will soon be able to learn before leaving the doctor's office if they're infected with the AIDS virus.

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U.N. Adopts New Iraq Resolution

Updated: 11/08/2002 - The Security Council unanimously approved a tough new Iraq resolution Friday, aimed at forcing Saddam Hussein to disarm or face "serious consequences'' that would almost certainly mean war.

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Choctaw Shooting

Updated: 11/07/2002 - The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians is investigating a shooting early Thursday. There were no injuries.

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MFD Promotes Three

Updated: 11/07/2002 - The Meridian Fire Department has promoted three firefighters within its ranks.

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Search Continues

Updated: 11/07/2002 - A recovery effort continues to find a third victim in a Nov. 2 bridge collapse.

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Fed Drops Interest Rate Again

Updated: 11/07/2002 - The Federal Reserve has taken interest rates down a-half a point, catching many market watchers off-guard.

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Riley-Siegelman Race

Updated: 11/07/2002 - Friday is the deadline for counties to certify vote tallies from the Tuesday elections. Both the Democrat and Republican candidates for governor have claimed victory.

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UA Gets $6 M Award

Updated: 11/07/2002 - The University of Alabama has received a large research grant from the National Science Foundation.

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Formula Recall

Updated: 11/07/2002 - The FDA is alerting the public regarding the recall of powdered infant formula.

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USM-Choctaw Pact

Updated: 11/07/2002 - The Choctaw Tribe signed an historic agreement with the University of Southern Mississippi Wednesday.

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West Nile Threat Down

Updated: 11/07/2002 - The chances for contracting the West Nile virus have dramatically down with the onset of cooler weather.

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