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Barbour Proclaims "Month of the Child"

Updated: 04/03/2006 - Gov. Haley Barbour has declared April "The Month of the Child". He commended two bills passed by the Mississippi Legislature to protect children.

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Donations Rise for King Memorial

Posted: 04/03/2006 - Donations for a planned memorial to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in Washington have jumped since the recent deaths of civil rights icons Rosa Parks and Coretta Scott King.

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South Mississippi in Near Drought

Updated: 04/03/2006 - Forecasters with the National Weather Service say that extreme southern Mississippi is close to being in a drought.

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Gardner Estate Auction

Posted: 04/02/2006 - The first weekend of the Gardner Estate Auction wrapped up Sunday in the Choctaw Town-center.

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Adequate Funding Not Enough

Posted: 04/02/2006 - Mississippi educator says the Adequate Education Funding phase in isn't good for Mississippi's children.

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Choctaw Stickball

Posted: 04/02/2006 - The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians closed out this weekend's pow-wow with the renewal of a Choctaw tradition.

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Pinnacle Institute of Choral Music

Posted: 04/02/2006 - The newly formed Pinnacle Institute of Choral Music is committed to a higher standard of choral music and community service.

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Walk for Wishes

Updated: 04/02/2006 - The Make-A-Wish Walk for Wishes was held Saturday morning at Meridian's Bonita Lakes.

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Arts in the Park

Posted: 04/01/2006 - Meridian's Arts in the Park Festival officials say the move to Bonita Lakes was a success.

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Mississippi Mass Choir

Posted: 04/01/2006 - The Mississippi Mass Choir performed for a packed house Saturday evening in Meridian.

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The Future of Highland Park

Posted: 03/31/2006 - Highland Park in Meridian has lost its main annual attraction. So what's ahead for the historic, Century-old park?

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Arts in the Park Finds New Home

Updated: 05/11/2006 - For the first time in the history of Arts in the Park, it won't take place in Highland Park.

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Lawmakers End Session

Posted: 03/31/2006 - The Mississippi Legislature has adjourned the 2006 regular session.

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Schools "Proactive" on Safety

Posted: 03/31/2006 - Many school districts adopted "zero tolerance" policies for violent behavior on campus.

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New Warden Takes Over

Updated: 03/31/2006 - A veteran administrator for the Texas Department of Corrections is now in charge of the East Mississippi Correctional Facility.

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History Takes Center Stage

Updated: 03/31/2006 - Students in grades 5-12 enjoyed a theatrical presentation of the history of "Buffalo Soldiers" during the Spanish-American War.

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Projection for '06 Hurricane Season

Updated: 05/11/2006 - According to the director of the National Hurricane Center, the upcoming hurricane season is likely to be strong, but not at the 2005 level.

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Daylight-Saving Time Returns

Posted: 03/31/2006 - Remember to set your clocks ahead one hour for Sunday. The official time change is Apr. 2 at 2 a.m.

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Woman Sentenced for Fraud

Posted: 03/31/2006 - A woman in Illinois will serve four years in prison for falsely claiming to be a Gulf Coast victim of Hurricane Katrina.

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A.G. Charges Mail Fraud

Posted: 03/30/2006 - The Mississippi Attorney General's Office has brought charges of mail fraud against a Meridian businesswoman.

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MPS Recovers $50K

Posted: 03/30/2006 - A check for $50,000 was returned Thursday to Meridian Public Schools, which was defrauded by a former elementary school principal.

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