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Bush to Campaign for Riley

Updated: 07/08/2002 - The President plans to come to Alabama to campaign for gubernatorial candidate Bob Riley.

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Body Found

Updated: 07/08/2002 - The body of a Georgia man who drowned at Dalewood Lake was found Sunday.

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Cochran: MS Future Bright

Updated: 07/05/2002 - Mississippi's senior-ranking elected official spoke with optimism about the state's future on a visit to Meridian.

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Education Report Favorable to MS

Updated: 07/05/2002 - Mississippi is at the top of the class for a change, when it comes to student testing in public schools.

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Drunk Driving Has High Price

Updated: 07/05/2002 - The number of people killed by drunk drivers is on the rise. As the long Fourth of July holiday continues, motorists are urged to be cautious.

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Spanns Mark the Fourth

CIA Death

Updated: 07/05/2002 - The family of slain CIA agent Mike Spann celebrate the first Independence Day since his death in Afghanistan.

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Wesley House Prepares for School

Updated: 07/05/2002 - Wesley House is already preparing for the start of school in August. Supplies are needed to meet the demand.

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Smithsonian Visits Meridian

Updated: 07/05/2002 - The Smithsonian Institute's exhibit of World War Two posters, on display in Meridian, is not only history, but memories as well.

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New Jail Update

Updated: 07/05/2002 - Work on the new jail in Sumter County is set to resume later this month.

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Blood Donations Needed

Updated: 07/05/2002 - Blood donations are needed, and United Blood Services will be open throughout the holiday weekend to accept them.

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Crossroads Walk for Life

Updated: 07/05/2002 - The organization, Crossroads, brought its Walk for Life to Mississippi over the 4th of July holiday.

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Bama Schools Get More Funding

Updated: 07/05/2002 - The state of Alabama is getting $90 million more than it expected from the federal government.

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Robber Leaves with Nothing

Updated: 07/04/2002 - A robbery suspect entered Taylor's Pak-a-Sak armed with a gun, but apparently did not take anything.

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MHP Out in Force

Updated: 07/05/2002 - Vehicle crashes have claimed lives during the long 4th of July weekend, but troopers are working overtime to prevent further tragedy.

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Suspect Makes Meridian Stop

Updated: 07/04/2002 - The suspect in a deadly shooting rampage in Kansas traveled by bus through Greenville and Meridian, prior to his arrest at the Birmingham bus station.

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Patriotism on Display

Updated: 07/05/2002 - July 4 apparently has more significance for elected officials, celebrities, as well as the general public.

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Bridge Damaged

Updated: 07/04/2002 - One person was injured and a bridge damaged in a morning accident today in Jasper County.

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Boil Water Notice

Updated: 07/04/2002 - A boil water notice has been issued for customers of the Russell Water Association in Lauderdale County.

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Task Force Operation

Updated: 07/03/2002 - Local drug enforcement agents conducted raids at various locations July 2. Officials report that the investigation is ongoing.

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Escapees Captured!

Updated: 07/03/2002 - Two escapees from the Sumter County jail have been captured without incident.

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EMCC Instructor Dies

Updated: 07/03/2002 - Earl Oliver, 55, an instructor at East Mississippi Community College in Scooba, was found dead on his property Tuesday.

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Stay Denied to Hansen

Updated: 07/03/2002 - Convicted killer Tracy Alan Hansen was denied a stay of execution by Mississippi's highest court.

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Smith: Water On Way to Park

Updated: 07/03/2002 - It appears that a funding commitment from the federal government will solve the water and sewer need at a new industrial park.

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