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ACT Scores

Updated: 08/21/2002 - Mississippi and Alabama are both showing improvement with their 2002 ACT scores.

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School Shooting

Updated: 08/20/2002 - Greene County authorities are investigating a shooting inside a high school in Eutaw.

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City Studies FY '03 Budget

Updated: 08/21/2002 - Work has begun on the city of Meridian's 2002-2003 fiscal year budget.

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Road Sign Strategy

Updated: 08/20/2002 - Lauderdale County supervisors hope to use a special paint, that stains skin purple, to stop the theft and vandalism of road signs.

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Board Mulls West Nile

West Nile Virus

Updated: 08/20/2002 - The Lauderdale County Board of Supervisors has approved a $15,000 purchase to ward off mosquitoes that carry West Nile virus.

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Prison Death Update

Updated: 08/20/2002 - An inmate from Tippah County, Lonnie Grissom, 58, died Monday at East Mississippi Correctional Facility near Meridian.

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Bomb Threat Investigation

Updated: 08/20/2002 - A suspect has been questioned by police for a bogus bomb threat made to Meridian High School.

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Workforce Training

Updated: 08/20/2002 - More federal dollars have been approved to help displaced workers in Clarke, Wayne, Lauderdale, Jones and Jasper Counties in Mississippi, and Choctaw County, Alabama.

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Child Dies at Water Park

Updated: 08/19/2002 - A child, age three, was found dead in the water at Archusa Water Park early Sunday evening.

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Inmate Dies at EMCF

Updated: 08/19/2002 - An investigation is underway into the death of an inmate at the East Mississippi Correctional Facility.

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Grant Comes to Stonewall Workers

Updated: 08/19/2002 - An announcement of grant funding, to benefit workers laid off by Burlington-Stonewall, will be made Tuesday in Quitman.

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NEMS Bans "Offensive" Material

Updated: 08/19/2002 - Northeast Middle School joins a list of local schools that ban "offensive" designs and words from student clothing.

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Global Ministry

Updated: 08/19/2002 - A new 9,000-seat capacity building for an Ethiopian church is being designed by a Meridian firm.

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BellSouth Looks Ahead

Updated: 08/19/2002 - BellSouth is looking to the future needs of consumers, and trying to stay competitive in the telecommunications market.

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Alleged Robber Arrested

Updated: 08/16/2002 - Five months after robberies at Union Planters Bank and the Subway Shop in Philadelphia, police have charged Laurie Howard of Valley, Alabama.

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Resort Scores Increase

Updated: 08/16/2002 - In a 12-month period when many companies found it tough to make a profit, the Choctaw Resort reports growth in its varied enterprises.

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Teens and Driving Danger

Updated: 08/16/2002 - The safety of teens behind the wheel is a concern for parents, educators, and law enforcement.

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Hankins Lumber Damaged by Fire

Updated: 08/16/2002 - An investigation continued Firday into a late night fire at Hankins Lumber Company on Thursday.

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Moonshine Bust

Updated: 08/16/2002 - More than 200 gallons of moonshine were confiscated and a Lauderdale County man arrested in a moonshine raid Friday morning.

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Musgrove: Tort Reform on Table

Updated: 08/15/2002 - Gov. Ronnie Musgrove discussed current issues facing the state in a taping of Newscenter 11's On the Record.

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Elvis Alive in Fans

Updated: 08/15/2002 - The death of Elvis Presley 25 years ago spurred fan devotion that has made him almost immortal.

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Tip Leads to Arrest

Updated: 08/15/2002 - A suspect wanted by Meridian Police for kidnapping and sexual assault was picked up hours after his photo was aired on television.

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Gosa: City Comes First

Updated: 08/15/2002 - Mayor Carolyn Gosa suspended York's chief of police over alleged incident involving a subordinate.

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