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Enjoy Parade, Help Kids

Updated: 12/04/2002 - The U.S. Marine Corps and Lauderdale County Sheriff's Department ask parade watchers to bring a new toy for needy children to the parade Thursday.

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School Honors Veterans

Updated: 12/04/2002 - Oakland Heights Elementary School celebrated veterans Wednesday with a special program.

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Election Reform Targeted

Updated: 12/04/2002 - Federal funding for election reform could soon be coming to Mississippi.

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Davis Visits District

Updated: 12/04/2002 - Congressman-elect Artur Davis, of Alabama's 7th District, talked about plans for economic development Tuesday.

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WorldCom Sells Assets

Posted: 12/04/2002 - In an attempt to raise cash, WorldCom has put about two-dozen properties up for sale, from two office buildings in Washington to cellular tower sites in Texas.

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City Hears Complaints

Updated: 12/04/2002 - A sinkhole in the mayor's backyard is his problem, not the city's, according to the Meridian City Council. The panel heard about that and other problems at Tuesday's meeting.

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Officers and the Road

Updated: 12/03/2002 - Roadway Express shares information about over-the-road rigs with law enforcement, to help them better patrol roads and be better prepared for possible terrorism.

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Gov. Signs Tort Bill

Updated: 12/03/2002 - Gov. Ronnie Musgrove Tuesday signed into law sweeping changes to Mississippi's civil justice laws.

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Democrats React to Tuck

Updated: 12/03/2002 - A longtime member of the Mississippi Democratic Party from Meridian, City Councilwoman Mary Perry, reacted to Lt. Gov. Amy Tuck's party switch.

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County Effort May Cost City

Updated: 12/03/2002 - A joint city-county cleanup effort, and its funding, was discussed by the Lauderdale County Board of Supervisors.

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North Hills Growth

Updated: 12/03/2002 - Business continues to thrive in Meridian's North Hills Street shopping district.

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Hatten: Tort Reform Difference

Updated: 12/03/2002 - The director of Meridian's only totally private-pay nursing home addresses the issue of long-term care.

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Fire Damages Business

Updated: 12/02/2002 - An early afternoon fire heavily damages a Meridian appliance repair shop.

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Tuck Joins GOP

Updated: 12/02/2002 - Lt. Governor Amy Tuck did the expected Monday. She announced she was switching her party affiliation from the Democrats to the Republicans.

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Shoppers Give Holidays a Healthy Start

Updated: 12/02/2002 - The holiday shopping season kicked off to a solid start over the Thanksgiving weekend as retailers lured consumers with discounts and specials on televisions, DVD players and other popular gifts.

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Shop Till You Drop

Updated: 12/02/2002 - The day after Thanksgiving is traditionally one of the busiest shopping days of the year. Even with a sluggish economy, local shoppers were out in force.

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Holiday Mail Tips

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Updated: 12/02/2002 - The holiday season is the busiest time of year for the U.S. Postal Service. Preparing your packages properly will help get them delivered more promptly.

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Burton: Rhoads Batted .1000

Updated: 12/02/2002 - Gov. Ronnie Musgrove was criticized by an east Mississippi senator for firing a long-time lobbyist for the state's military installations.

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Healthwatch: Sports Head Injuries

Updated: 01/15/2003 - One in ten high school football players suffers a head injury each year. Athletes don't like to be sidelined but a concussion can kill if ignored.

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DHS Short on Staff

Updated: 11/29/2002 - The Mississippi Department of Human Services reports a nearly $20 million shortfall for FY 2003.

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Children First: Giving Thanks

Updated: 01/15/2003 - Spending time together can sometimes be tough for families. But even busy parents and grandparents found time to share a special day of thanks at a local school.

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Peavey on Meridian

Updated: 11/29/2002 - Hartley Peavey has always spoken his mind. In part three of a series, the founder of Peavey Electronics talks about his hometown and his view of its past and future.

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Wilson Found Guilty

Updated: 11/29/2002 - A Jones County man was convicted of trying to run down a Mississippi state trooper.

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