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Riding the "E-Bus" to Learning

Updated: 01/30/2003 - A rolling technology lab sponsored by Pearson Digital Learning visited Oakland Heights Elementary School, where its programs are already being used.

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Trade Benefits Approved

Updated: 01/30/2003 - Former workers at J.C. Apparel may be eligible for additional reemployment services under the Trade Assistance Act.

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Peavey Drive Dedicated

Updated: 01/30/2003 - A portion of Poplar Springs Drive has been renamed to recognize the accomplishments of Hartley Peavey, founder of Peavey Electronics.

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Children First: Poetry Readings

Updated: 01/30/2003 - In this computer age, sparking a child's interest in reading a book, much less poetry, can be challenging. However, one man thinks he has the answer.

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Loveland's Stamp of Love

Updated: 01/30/2003 - Valentines are arriving in the mail in Loveland, Colorado, from all over the world to receive the town’s stamp of love.

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County Patrol on the Line

Updated: 01/29/2003 - The issue of keeping or ending the Lauderdale County Patrol is under study. What does a longtime county patrolman have to say about it?

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Smallpox Vaccines Here

Updated: 01/29/2003 - The state of Mississippi now has the smallpox vaccine. That means it will soon be passed along to health care workers.

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Distance Learning from "Home"

Updated: 01/29/2003 - Students at Quitman High School talked to U.S. Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman Wednesday, as part of the USDA's new program to expand telecommunication technology to rural America.

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Charge Filed in Hunting Death

Updated: 01/29/2003 - A criminal charge was filed in a December hunting mishap that claimed the life of an eight-year-old child.

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House Targets Tobacco Money

Updated: 01/29/2003 - Mississippi's House of Representatives has voted to spend money from the state's tobacco settlement.

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Being Effective

Updated: 01/29/2003 - A three-day study course entitled "The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People" has drawn 32 community leaders to MCC this week.

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State of the Union Address

Posted: 01/29/2003 - President Bush had some familiar themes in his State of the Union address.

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Surgeons Take Leave

Updated: 01/28/2003 - The number of available surgeons has tekn a dive, as many opted for a leave of absence rather than pay high premiums for malpractice insurance.

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Healthwatch: Flu Facts

Updated: 01/29/2003 - How do people contract the flu? Some commonly believed "facts" are actually myths that only sound accurate.

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Judge Releases Ruling

Updated: 01/29/2003 - Lauderdale Chancery Court has issued the ruling in the Marion vs. Meridian sewage rate dispute.

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New Company

Updated: 01/28/2003 - There's good news for a local county with one of the highest unemployment rates in the state.

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Fire Claims Resident

Updated: 01/28/2003 - An early morning fire in Clarke County claimed the life of an elderly woman.

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New Program Snags

Updated: 01/28/2003 - A new program designed to enable cities and counties to help one another in case of emergencies has stalled in Lauderdale County.

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Crash Kills Pachuta Man

Updated: 01/28/2003 - A two-vehicle head-on crash on Highway 504 claimed the life of Jerry D. Lewis, 49.

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Sheriff's Races Grow

Updated: 01/28/2003 - The races for sheriff in Lauderdale County and Kemper County are among those where incumbents face challengers.

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Targeting Anti-Terrorism

Updated: 01/28/2003 - Federal anti-terrorism task forces of the U.S. Attorney's Office in Mississippi Monday announced counter-terrorism training for first responders in 11 locations around the state.

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Police: Action Justified

Updated: 01/27/2003 - Police Chief Benny Dubose said an officer acted according to procedure when the occupant of a stopped vehicle exited the car.

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City, Emergency Workers Saluted

Updated: 01/27/2003 - Students from St. Patrick Catholic School marked National Catholic Schools Week by honoring public servants in Meridian.

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Doctors Protest

Updated: 01/27/2003 - A trend of physicians protesting medical malpractice costs is apparently spreading across the country.

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