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Dam Repair Scheduled

Updated: 02/01/2005 - The repair of the dam at Bonita Lakes Park took a major step forward Tuesday.

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Church Launches Fundraiser

Updated: 08/02/2005 - An annual tradition is continuing at Meridian's First Christian Church, which brings a slice of Kentucky to the Queen City.

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Peak Flu Season Still Ahead

Updated: 02/01/2005 - Because Mississippi's peak flu season has not yet arrived, health officials advise there is still time to protect yourself with a vaccine.

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Teen Dies in Crash

Updated: 02/01/2005 - A one-vehicle crash Tuesday morning claimed the life of a Northeast Lauderdale High School student.

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Salter Reports on Session

Updated: 01/31/2005 - Meridian Rotarians received a journalist's report on what's happening in the Mississippi Legislature this session.

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State Superintendents Mull Future Budgets

Updated: 01/31/2005 - School districts in Mississippi are preparing to tighten their belts after the state Department of Education met with district superintendents to discuss funding.

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Store, Community Work on Recovery

Updated: 01/31/2005 - One of only two grocery stores in Butler, Ala. was destroyed by a fire Friday, but its employees are picking up the pieces.

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Supervisor Enters Mayor's Race

Updated: 01/31/2005 - Lauderdale County supervisor, Jimmie Smith, has entered the race for mayor of Meridian.

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One Charged in Fatal Shooting

Updated: 01/31/2005 - Meridian police have charged a suspect in a fatal shooting discovered on Jan. 11, 2005.

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Davis: Economic Opportunity Looms

Updated: 01/31/2005 - As efforts continue to lure more industries to the Twin State area, a local leader says cooperation is the key.

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Medicaid Questions Remain

Updated: 01/30/2005 - A court deadline comes Jan. 31, but the Mississippi House and Senate are apparently weeks away from agreement on "PLAD" controversy.

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Poor Region Plays Waiting Game

Updated: 01/30/2005 - West Alabama is still waiting for the economic boom from the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway, promised 20 years ago.

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Compensation Bill Proposed

Updated: 01/30/2005 - A state senator from Greenville has again filed a bill to compensate the families who lost relatives in civil rights slayings.

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Hanging Probe Still Active

Updated: 01/30/2005 - An investigation continues into the hanging death of a nine-year-old girl.

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Triplett Memorialized

Updated: 01/30/2005 - Lt.j.g. Andrew Triplett, a sailor killed in the attack on the USS Cole, will be permanently remembered at Naval Station Pascagoula.

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Stronger Voter ID Clears a Hurdle

Updated: 01/28/2005 - A Mississippi Senate committee has passed a bill requiring voters to show identification when they vote.

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Conference Highlights Drug Courts

Updated: 01/28/2005 - The benefits of a drug court system were explained at a training conference in Neshoba County.

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United Way Scores Big

Updated: 01/28/2005 - The United Way Hot Shots played the Harlem Ambassadors in basketball, and everybody won.

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Fire Damages Apartments

Updated: 01/28/2005 - A fire at Eastern Gardens Apartments badly damaged two dwellings Friday morning.

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Mayors Huddle on Game Plan

Updated: 01/28/2005 - Efforts to create an economic development alliance between Mississippi and Alabama are apparently gaining momentum.

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Tsunami Fundraiser Set

Updated: 08/02/2005 - Shoppers at Bonita Lakes Mall Saturday afternoon will have the chance to contribute to tsunami relief efforts through the American Red Cross.

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Rice a Model for Success

Updated: 01/27/2005 - Some analysts say the confirmation of Dr. Condoleezza Rice as U.S. secretary of state is an example of how determination can overcome obstacles.

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Reaching Higher and Higher

Updated: 01/27/2005 - Philadelphia and Neshoba County have enjoyed growth over the past few years and leaders there say to expect more of it.

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United Way Nearing Goal

Updated: 01/27/2005 - The United Way of East Mississippi is very near to reaching its 2004 goal of $700,000.

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Honoring Old Glory

Updated: 01/27/2005 - Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 79 is leading the way to properly retire worn and damaged U.S. flags.

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