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Rush Heart Station Opens

Updated: 10/10/2002 - An expanded heart station has opened at Rush Foundation Hospital.

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Wyche Honored in Kemper

Updated: 10/10/2002 - A computer training room at the Kemper County Business Incubator has been renamed in honor of Lyda Wyche.

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Millage Glitch Affects Car Tags

Updated: 10/10/2002 - Vehicle owners who live in Meridian and renew their tags in October get an unintentional savings.

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Miss. Reps Back Bush

Updated: 10/10/2002 - Two congressmen vying for the same seat in the U.S. Congress share the view that Saddam Hussein must step to the tune of world opinion.

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Bigger Big Lots

Updated: 10/09/2002 - Big Lots Discount Store has expanded to a much larger store at College Park Shopping Center.

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Change in Millage Questionable

Updated: 10/09/2002 - The city of Meridian's ad valorem tax reduction and proposed major budget cuts may not happen.

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Meth Lab Bust

Meth Lab

Updated: 10/09/2002 - Agents of the East Mississippi Drug Task Force taped the actions of three people, allegedly setting up a crystal methamphetamine lab.

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Candidates Back President

Updated: 10/09/2002 - In less than a month, voters in Mississippi's third Congressional district will decide who will represent them in Congress. Both major party candidates weighed in on the Iraq debate.

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Flu Season Starts

Updated: 10/09/2002 - This week marks the start of flu season. With this in mind, healthcare officials are reminding the public about the importance of getting a flu shot.

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CSC Again Rules in Jack's Favor

Updated: 10/09/2002 - The Meridian Civil Service Commission has made its controversial final ruling in the case of Police Officer Rita Jack.

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ProDerma Opens

Updated: 10/09/2002 - ProDerma has opened its operation at the Kemper County Business Incubator on Highway 16 west of DeKalb.

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Newton Expects Water Grant

Updated: 10/09/2002 - A half million dollar grant is near getting full approval from Congress to address Newton's wastewater treatment needs.

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Building on Main Street

Updated: 10/09/2002 - The incoming president of Main Street Mississippi discussed downtown revitalization with Meridian leaders.

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Gov. Signs Med-Mal Bill

Updated: 10/08/2002 - Gov. Ronnie Musgrove signed into law a medical malpractice reform bill approved by the state legislature Monday.

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Governor's Race Building

Updated: 10/08/2002 - With congressional elections less than a month away, candidates for governor are expected to soon come forth.

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Ala. Fatal Accident

Updated: 10/08/2002 - An investigation continues into a fatal accident in Sumter County.

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Pedestrian Accident Indictment

Updated: 10/08/2002 - A man charged with the recent deaths of two pedestrians at the University of West Alabama will go before a judge later this month.

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Sextuplets Account

Updated: 10/08/2002 - An account has been established to help the family of Alabama's first surviving set of sextuplets.

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Highway Priorities

Updated: 10/08/2002 - Choctaw Chief Phillip Martin is calling for the state of Mississippi to speed up its efforts to four-lane Highway 19.

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No Action on Land Lock

Updated: 10/08/2002 - County supervisors heard a complaint by a landlocked property owner, but took no action on a dispute between neighbors.

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Bomb Threat Suspect Arrested

Updated: 10/08/2002 - A suspect has been charged with making two bomb threats to Meridian High School.

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Board Grants Tax Relief

Updated: 10/08/2002 - The board of supervisors votes to lower a property's appraised value, after the tax year has passed.

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Cooper Cancels Project

Updated: 10/07/2002 - A major blow to Meridian's expected growth and economic development came Monday. Planners of the new Cooper Retirement Community have announced the project is dead.

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Malpractice Bill Approved

Updated: 10/07/2002 - The Mississippi House and Senate have approved a compromise medical malpractice bill. The measure goes to the governor Tuesday.

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Ethics Probe of Judges

Updated: 10/07/2002 - A Gulf Coast newspaper has reported that the FBI is investigating whether some Mississippi judges had their loans repaid by prominent trial lawyers.

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