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"Flu Message" Making Rounds

Updated: 10/26/2004 - Federal health officials urged Mississippians to remain calm about the shortage of flu vaccine this year.

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Locals Begin Work on Nutcracker

Updated: 10/26/2004 - Local rehearsals have started for a presentation of "The Great Russian Nutcracker" in Meridian by the Moscow Ballet.

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Promoting the Vote

Updated: 10/26/2004 - The presidential election is just a week away. Efforts are underway to teach students under-18 just what it's all about.

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Two Die in Hunting Mishaps

Updated: 10/25/2004 - Mississippi wildlife officials are urging hunters to wear safety harnesses while climbing trees after the deaths of two hunters last week.

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Benton to Be Honored in D.C.

Updated: 10/25/2004 - Dr. Kim Benton, principal of Oakland Heights Elementary School, will meet with other education leaders in the nation's Capitol this week.

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Trash into Art Treasure

Updated: 10/25/2004 - Seven Noxubee County High School art students have put a new twist on recycling.

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Party Chairmen Make Predictions

Updated: 10/25/2004 - Mississippi's Republican and Democratic party chairmen are predicting vastly different outcomes for next week's presidential race, with each favoring his own party's nominee.

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Missing Person Located

Updated: 10/26/2004 - Police in Newton had asked for the public's in locating a missing woman.

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Train Accident Probe Continues

Updated: 10/25/2004 - It could be the end of the week before investigators know the exact cause of train-truck accident in Kemper County.

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Ayers Case Effects

Updated: 10/25/2004 - After almost 30 years, Mississippi's college desegregation case has now come to an end.

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Most Wanted Arrest

Updated: 10/22/2004 - Wayne County authorities have arrested a suspect on their "Most Wanted" list.

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Train Accident Investigation Update

Updated: 10/22/2004 - Investigators say they still don't know the exact cause of this week's train-truck collision in Kemper County.

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Bus Crash Update

Updated: 10/22/2004 - Investigators say they now think they know the cause of that recent charter bus accident which killed 14 people and injured 16 others.

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Teen Robbery Arrests

Updated: 10/21/2004 - What began as a "good deed" recently turned tragic for two local motorists. However, some arrests have now been made.

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Choctaw Faces Competition

Updated: 10/21/2004 - A company run by the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians will now have to compete against another Mississippi company for part of a lucrative national contract.

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Cherry Illness

Updated: 10/21/2004 - An ailing ex-Klansman who is now serving prison time for the 1963 Birmingham church bombing, is said to be recovering.

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Revitalization Tax Credits

Updated: 10/21/2004 - The city of Meridian has received a multi-million dollar boost for the future development of its historic downtown district.

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Supreme Court Candidates

Updated: 10/21/2004 - Candidates for District One of the Mississippi Supreme Court are making their rounds in east Mississippi.

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Ebbers' Trial Update

Updated: 10/21/2004 - There's been a change in the trial date for former Worldcom chief Bernie Ebbers.

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Clarke County Robberies

Updated: 10/20/2004 - Clarke County officials say that a recent indictment may have solved a rash of unsolved robberies.

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