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Produce Recall

Updated: 08/07/2002 - A California company is recalling 150 packages of bay leaves.

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President in Mississippi

Updated: 08/07/2002 - President Bush's schedule included a roundtable discussion on the economy, an address at Madison Central High School and fundraisers for Cong. Chip Pickering and the Mississippi Republican Party.

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Meridian-Marion Annexation Settlement

Updated: 08/06/2002 - Marion and Meridian, on opposite sides in a bid to annex property in Lauderdale County, have reached a tentative compromise.

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Winter: "Public Education Crucial"

Updated: 08/06/2002 - Former Mississippi Governor, William Winter, delivered a pep talk to Philadelphia teachers and stood behind public education.

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Twin States Strategy

Updated: 08/06/2002 - Rural developers in east Mississippi and west Alabama may soon be working together for the mutual benefit of both, in the area of economic development.

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Firefighting Agreement Nullified

Updated: 08/06/2002 - A longstanding agreement between Meridian and volunteer fire departments in Lauderdale County was rescinded.

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School Voucher Debate

Updated: 08/06/2002 - A well known advocate for education in Mississippi is responding to a judge's recent ruling on school vouchers.

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Elderly Woman Drowns

Updated: 08/05/2002 - A resident of Wayne County, Femae G. Ellis, 80, drowned Sunday in the Chickasawhay River.

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Suspect Arrested

Updated: 08/05/2002 - Police officers make a quick arrest in the robbery of a Meridian store.

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City-County Negotiations

Updated: 08/05/2002 - Representatives of the Meridian City Council and the Lauderdale County Board of Supervisors met with the E-911 Commission to try to avoid a potential disaster.

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West Nile in Mississippi

Updated: 08/05/2002 - The West Nile virus has been slowly creeping across the United States for the past three years, and made its appearance in Mississippi.

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School Preparations

Updated: 08/05/2002 - For many local students, school starts this week. Although most things will stay the same, there are some changes.

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New Junior Miss

Updated: 08/05/2002 - A new Mississippi's Junior Miss was named Saturday night at the Temple Theater in Meridian.

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Prison Lawsuit

Updated: 08/05/2002 - Attorney General Mike Moore wants to settle a prison lawsuit out of court.

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Mabus Divorce Controversy

Updated: 08/05/2002 - A precedent could be set during the first ever clergy malpractice suit.

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Tort Reform Hearing

Updated: 08/02/2002 - A public hearing on the issue of tort reform sought input from doctors, lawyers, and individual citizens.

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UW Day of Caring

Updated: 08/02/2002 - The United Way of East Mississippi has kicked off its annual fundraising drive, but early donors are giving more than just money.

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Meridian's "Dutchess" Unveiled

Updated: 08/02/2002 - The last of 37 carousel horses in the "Around Town Carousels Abound" Project was unveiled at VanZyverden's, Inc.

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West Nile Spreading

Updated: 08/02/2002 - Cases of West Nile virus in animals have quadrupled in a week.

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Moore Suggests Settlement

Updated: 08/02/2002 - Mississippi's attorney general said he would prefer to settle a lawsuit involving the closure of a prison out-of-court.

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Clay Reveals Cost Estimate

Updated: 08/02/2002 - Property owner Carey Clay estimates the cost of damage done to his property by a road crew at $12,000.

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"New" High School

Updated: 08/02/2002 - When classes resume next week, students at Clarkdale Attendance Center will be greeted by new facilities.

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Governor's Race and Fair

Posted: 08/01/2002 - A slate of candidates for the 2003 Mississippi governor's race is still uncertain.

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Supervisors Hear Complaint

Updated: 08/01/2002 - Lauderdale County supervisors faced an unhappy property owner, and denied a media request for information about the complaint.

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Giles Withdraws Challenge

Updated: 08/01/2002 - An independent candidate for Congress filed and then withdrew a complaint against the Neshoba County Fair Association.

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