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Author Highlights Culture

Updated: 10/22/2002 - Mississippi writer, Jerry Bustin of Forest, has published his first fictional novel.

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Four Arrested in Burglary

Updated: 10/22/2002 - Four suspects were charged by the Lauderdale County Sheriff's Department with the Oct. 20 burglary of a nightclub.

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Gov. Talks Education Funding

Updated: 10/22/2002 - Gov. Ronnie Musgrove told educators he will propose a new method for funding education.

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Water Grants Pour In

Updated: 10/22/2002 - Water systems in Newton County and others around the east central region of Mississippi have received grants to make upgrades.

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Candidates Forum Set

Updated: 01/03/2003 - A community forum for candidates is set for Tuesday night, sponsored by the Community Empowerment Committee.

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Bomb Threat Arrest

Updated: 10/21/2002 - Police arrested a suspect in a bomb threat to a local school, but the accused is not a student.

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Musgrove Returns From Europe

Updated: 10/21/2002 - Gov. Ronnie Musgrove is just back from an economic development trip to Europe.

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Lott to Remain Leader

Updated: 10/21/2002 - A leading Republican said he won't challenge Senator Trent Lott for Republican leadership.

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Getting Down and Dirty

Updated: 01/03/2003 - The Downtown Clean-Up Task Force, along with volunteers, is hitting the streets of downtown Meridian Friday and Saturday to attack litter and grime.

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Ten Commandments on Trial

Updated: 10/18/2002 - A trial over the placement of the Ten Commandments at Alabama's Justice Building will continue next week.

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Wreck Claims Life

Updated: 10/18/2002 - A Thursday wreck claimed the life of a Forest man.

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Raytheon Celebration

Updated: 10/21/2002 - As the nation braces for possible battle with Iraq, one local company is celebrating a milestone that could help in the effort.

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Stricter Daycare Regulations?

Updated: 10/21/2002 - The Mississippi Department of Health has proposed regulating childcare in homes that serve fewer than five children.

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High Court on Recusal

Updated: 10/18/2002 - Mississippi's highest court clarifies the law on appeals court judges recusing themselves from cases.

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Lawmakers Go Home

Updated: 10/18/2002 - Mississippi legislators call it quits for the weekend in the debate over civil justice reform.

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Hitt: "County Needs Curfew"

Updated: 10/17/2002 - The president of the Lauderdale County Board of Supervisors asked the board to pass a curfew for minors.

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Senior and Community Health

Updated: 10/17/2002 - Specialty Hospital helped over 500 people check vital health information with free bone density and blood pressure screenings.

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Reform Bills Die in Committee

Updated: 10/17/2002 - The Mississippi House and Senate both killed the other's bill for civil justice reform on business liability.

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Shows Wants Bill Amendment

Updated: 10/17/2002 - While supporting a bipartisan resolution for possible military action in Iraq, Cong. Ronnie Shows also criticized a clause in a House Veterans Affairs bill.

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Bank Robber Uses Bomb Threat

Updated: 10/16/2002 - The medical center branch of Citizens National Bank in Meridian was robbed by a man who claimed he had a bomb.

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Appraising Your Taxes

Penny Tax

Posted: 10/17/2002 - Reappraisal and the new city budget will likely affect services and residents' individual taxes.

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Brutal Attack

Updated: 10/16/2002 - The search is on for a suspect in a brutal beating. Over the weekend a woman was found badly beaten and left for dead near a local church.

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