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Special Session Resumes Tuesday

Posted: 06/02/2008 - Lawmakers will continue discussing ways to fund Medicaid when they return to a special session Tuesday. Some may ask, why not use Mississippi's tobacco settlement money?

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EMEPA Urges Preparation

Updated: 06/03/2008 - With hurricane season underway, East Mississippi Electric Power Association is helping area residents prepare in case a storm strikes.

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Fire Destroys Mobile Home

Updated: 06/03/2008 - A Monday morning fire destroyed a mobile home in Lauderdale County.

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Bond Set in Stonewall Shooting

Updated: 06/02/2008 - Bond was set for a suspect in a May 18 shooting that officials say started with an earlier argument the same day.

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Three Retire from Troop H

Updated: 06/03/2008 - The Mississippi Highway Patrol toasted the retirement of three of its veteran officers Monday.

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Supervisors Decline Contribution to Image Campaign

Updated: 06/03/2008 - Lauderdale County supervisors voted against contributing money to an image campaign by the East Mississippi Business Development Corporation. The board also criticized the agency's leader.

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Newton Guard Unit Readies for Departure

Updated: 06/03/2008 - The Newton-based 1st Battalion, 204th Air Defense Artillery prepared Monday for a call-up to serve in Washington, D.C.

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Seale Appealing Conviction

Updated: 06/03/2008 - A reputed Ku Klux Klan member, serving three life sentences for his role in the 1964 abduction of two black Mississippi teenagers who were found dead, is appealing his conviction.

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State of Mississippi Community Colleges

Posted: 06/01/2008 - Mississippi has fifteen community colleges and junior colleges spread out across the state. Dr. Eric Clark, former secretary of state and now director of the state board of community colleges and Jr. colleges says these schools are a true state treasure, but at times aren't appreciated.

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As Hurricane Season Heats Up-FEMA Trailers Still Problem

Posted: 06/01/2008 - The Federal Emergency Management Agency is moving to close the last of the six trailer parks it manages for victims of the 2005 hurricanes in Louisiana..work still to be done in Mississippi.

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Women Learn How To Attack Back

Posted: 05/31/2008 - The women who attended the self defense class were of varied height, weight, and age, but after Saturday they had at least one thing in common

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Newton County Towns Give Support To Military

Updated: 06/02/2008 - Each of the four mayors of Newton County towns and cities signed the Army Community Covenant declaring their support for the soldiers of the 1-204th Air Defense Artillery Battalion who are being deployed to Washington D.C

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Walking For Peace

Updated: 06/02/2008 - Native Americans from across the country who are making their way from San Fransisco to Washington D.C on foot made a stop in Philadelphia Saturday.

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Alabama Special Session Continues

Updated: 06/02/2008 - The Alabama Legislature has completed its special session, but the lawmakers many not be gone from Montgomery for long.

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Support Raised For Siegelman

Posted: 05/31/2008 - A bipartisan group of 54 former state attorneys general from across the country have filed a brief with a federal appeals court in support of former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman.

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Hurricane Season Kicks Off This Weekend

Posted: 05/31/2008 - As the third storm season since Katrina arrives -- the six-month hurricane period begins tomorrow Sunday-- there's a new reason for concern: The upper Gulf of Mexico has been spared a hit all three years.

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Medicaid Solution Still Unsettled

Updated: 05/31/2008 - While the state Senate has passed a Medicaid funding plan from Gov. Haley Barbour, the House looked at other alternatives.

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Mississippi Celebrates Music History

Updated: 05/31/2008 - Music took center stage Thursday night in Jackson. Artists from all genres lined the carpet with photographers ready to capture their images.

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City of Meridian Stays on Top of Gas Prices

Updated: 05/31/2008 - With gas prices at an all time high, it's a budget nightmare for most. But the city of Meridian has a formula and officials say so for the city has been hitting the mark.

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