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Promoting the Vote

Updated: 10/29/2002 - A mock election by Mississippi students is aimed at educating voters. But the young apparently reflect the attitudes of adults.

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Deputies Enforce Ordinance

Updated: 10/29/2002 - A call from a citizen brought deputies to a local home, where underage drinking charges were filed.

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Mission: Mississippi

Updated: 01/03/2003 - Mission Mississippi was founded a decade ago to destroy racial and denominational barriers in the church.

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Lott Plane Trouble

Updated: 10/29/2002 - A plane carrying Sen. Trent Lott to a campaign event in Missouri landed in Alabama after pilots reported problems with the landing gear.

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Shows "Truth Tour"

Updated: 10/29/2002 - In a race against a fellow incumbent for Mississippi's Third District, Rep. Ronnie Shows strikes out against campaign ads.

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Voting by Absentee Ballot

Updated: 10/29/2002 - Voters who will be working out-of-town or who have a physical difficulty getting to the polls Nov. 5 may vote by absentee ballot until Nov. 2.

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JSU Aims High

Updated: 10/29/2002 - Jackson State University sets a $50 million fundraising goal.

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Gordon: Estimates Too High

Updated: 10/29/2002 - The chairman of the Mississippi Senate Appropriations Committee visited Meridian and discussed how the state spends its money and the legislature's relationship with the governor.

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10 Commandments Ruling Pending

Updated: 10/28/2002 - Would the nation's founding fathers have wanted a public display of the 10 Commandments?

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New Doppler Radar

Updated: 10/28/2002 - Forecasters will soon be able to better detect storms approaching East Mississippi and West Alabama, all thanks to a new Doppler radar.

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Legislative Visit

Updated: 10/28/2002 - Lawmakers from across the state visited Meridian this weekend, to hear about the proposed Arts and Entertainment Center.

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JuCo Study Reveals Value

Updated: 10/28/2002 - A study to see the effects community and junior colleges in Mississippi have on the state's workforce revealed the true value of two-year institutions.

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Good News for Sextuplet Family

Updated: 10/28/2002 - A big donation given by a church to the parents of Alabama's first set of sextuplets could prevent foreclosure on their home.

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Unemployment Down

Updated: 10/28/2002 - Mississippi's jobless rate fell from August to September, but some are still hurting from losses.

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Ala. Charges "Sniper Suspects"

Updated: 10/28/2002 - The state of Alabama has filed capital murder charges against John Muhammed, 42, and John Lee Malvo, 17.

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Senator Dies in Crash

Paul Wellstone

Updated: 10/28/2002 - Senator Paul Wellstone of Minnesota, along with seven others, died in a plane crash Friday morning.

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Celebs Celebrate Miss.

Updated: 10/25/2002 - Mississippi-born celebrities have agreed to serve on an honorary committee to make the Southern Arts and Entertainment Center a reality.

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Instruments Donated

Updated: 10/25/2002 - Friday Congressman Chip Pickering made good on his promise to one local school. One of Pickering's supporters donated almost a dozen instruments to Carver Middle School.

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Reuniting Hearts

Updated: 10/25/2002 - Thirty years ago, an American soldier left his girlfriend and their 14-month-old daughter behind in Vietnam. Father and daughter were reunited Thursday in Meridian.

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Purvis on HRT Debate

Updated: 10/24/2002 - Dr. Ronnye Purvis advises women to make sure hormone replacement therapy is right for them, because there are alternatives to fight osteoporosis.

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Deadline for Ala. Voters

Updated: 10/24/2002 - Friday is the deadline for new voters in Alabama to register to vote in the Nov. 5 elections.

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Legislators Go Home

Updated: 10/24/2002 - Mississippi lawmakers have gone home for a break, but negotiations on business tort reform resumes Monday.

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Red Ribbon Week

Updated: 10/24/2002 - It's been 14 years since Red Ribbon Week first became a national celebration. Thursday local students and community leaders marked the occasion with some festivities of their own.

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Virginia Charges Sniper Suspects

Updated: 10/29/2002 - Virginia officials filed the state's first murder charges against the sniper suspects Monday, and a prosecutor said the teenager in custody may have killed an FBI analyst during the spree.

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Gag Order in Banks Case

Updated: 10/24/2002 - There are new developments in the case of a Choctaw County, Ala., man accused of killing a baby that may have never existed.

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