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NAACP: "Police Shooting Justified"

Updated: 09/20/2006 - The investigation into the shooting of a suspect by a Meridian police officer is apparently closed, with no wrongdoing found.

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Higher Education Talks Money at Capitol

Posted: 09/20/2006 - The state wants more college graduates, but a lack of financial aid is holding the poorest students back. Mississippi's public universities went hat in hand before lawmakers Wednesday.

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CeCe Winans in Concert Saturday

Posted: 09/20/2006 - The newly-opened MSU-Riley Center is getting ready for its second weekend performance of the season.

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Neshoba, Coast Projects Approved

Posted: 09/20/2006 - Mississippi's senators announced funding for water system development for the Choctaw Reservation in Neshoba County, as well as Gulf Coast projects.

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Slain Child's Family from Livingston

Updated: 09/20/2006 - The family of a two-year-old boy who was shot and later died in Birmingham, Ala., this week, is from west Alabama.

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House Debating Voter ID Bill

Posted: 09/20/2006 - The U.S. House of Representatives is considering whether to require people to show a photo ID before they can vote.

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School Play Has Life Lesson

Posted: 09/20/2006 - Lamar School fourth graders presented the play, "The Emperor's New Clothes", to fellow students and parents Wednesday.

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Council Ups Pay Raise

Posted: 09/19/2006 - The Meridian City Council approved its fiscal year 2007 budget, with no tax increase, and good news for city employees.

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Highway Planning on the Table

Posted: 09/19/2006 - The Mississippi Department of Transportation is taking its multi-year plan to all parts of the state.

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Citizens Concerned about Water

Updated: 09/19/2006 - Concerned residents in York plan to continue their efforts to improve their drinking water. However, the state says it's safe.

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Emmett Till Museum Opened

Updated: 09/19/2006 - Tuesday marked the 51st anniversary of the Emmett Till murder trial. Justice may have been delayed but not necessarily denied.

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Mobile Homes Auctioned by County

Updated: 09/19/2006 - Several Lauderdale County residents lost property Tuesday. The reason was delinquent taxes.

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Ferry Back Up and Running

Posted: 09/19/2006 - Gee's Bend Ferry reopens 44 years after it was closed due to racial division.

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College Board Meetings on Web

Posted: 09/19/2006 - The state college board meetings in Mississippi will be available online, starting Wednesday.

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School Board Gets Sobering Estimate

Posted: 09/19/2006 - The estimate to repair burned Carver Middle School in Meridian approaches $2 million, according to figures presented at the school board meeting.

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Supervisors Pass Jail Contract

Posted: 09/19/2006 - Following approval Monday by the Lauderdale County board of supervisors, a jail agreement awaits action by the Meridian City Council.

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Meeting Lacked Quorum

Posted: 09/19/2006 - Residents of York who have concerns about the town's water showed up at a city council meeting Monday, but there was no quorum of elected officials.

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MEMA Updates Web Site

Posted: 09/19/2006 - The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency has revised its internet site to share more information with the public during an emergency.

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Tourism Spot Opens Again

Updated: 09/18/2006 - Lauderdale County is again seeking a new director of tourism. The position has turned over four times in the past five years.

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