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House Lost to Fire

Updated: 03/20/2005 - A fire destroyed a house in Meridian early Saturday morning.

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Thompson Meets with Mayors

Updated: 03/20/2005 - Mississippi's second district congressman, Rep. Bennie Thompson, spoke to a meeting of African American mayors this weekend.

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KAB Launches Cleanup

Updated: 03/19/2005 - The "Great American Cleanup" is underway in cities and towns across the nation.

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Love Abounds

Updated: 03/18/2005 - Love's Kitchen and its mission to feed the hungry and homeless will benefit from a food drive at Citizens National Bank.

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Mayors Appeal for Amtrak

Updated: 03/19/2005 - The U.S. Senate voted to turn down an amendment that would have restored some federal subsidies for Amtrak. Some Mississippi mayors say they're worried.

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Two Charged in Shooting

Updated: 03/18/2005 - Authorities in Choctaw County, Ala., have arrested two suspects in a shooting.

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School Counts for a Lot

Updated: 03/19/2005 - "Graduates" of the "School Counts" program were recognized for studying and gaining the skills needed in the workplace.

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Smith Opens Campaign HQ

Updated: 03/18/2005 - Mayoral candidate, incumbent John Robert Smith, opened his campaign headquarters this week.

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Cleanup Could Take Days

Updated: 03/19/2005 - A train derailment Thursday evening will likely keep cleanup crews busy for several days.

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Dog Dispute

Updated: 03/19/2005 - Concerns, which some fear could perhaps lead to a ban on pit bulls in the town of Scooba, are causing quite a stir.

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Arson Conviction

Updated: 03/18/2005 - A Wayne County man has been convicted of arson.

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Doctors May Make Call on Killen

Updated: 03/17/2005 - A decision on the trial status of accused killer Edgar Ray Killen is expected next week.

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Medicaid Plan in Re-Negotiations

Updated: 03/17/2005 - The Mississippi House of Representatives has voted to take another look at the Medicaid conference report.

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Centobie Scheduled to Die

Updated: 03/17/2005 - An execution date has been set for an escaped Mississippi prisoner who was convicted of killing an Alabama police officer.

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Main Event Wants You

Updated: 03/17/2005 - The Business and Industry Expo, The Main Event, is set for Thursday, April 28, but the time to get involved is now.

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Gas Prices Cause Reaction

Posted: 03/17/2005 - As gasoline prices rise, more and more people are likely to be looking for a way around them.

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It's All About Perception

Updated: 03/17/2005 - An image survey of the Meridian area may have some unexpected results.

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Drug Arrests

Updated: 03/17/2005 - Bond has been set at more than $100,000 for three people facing drug charges in Wayne County.

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Choctaw Move to High Tech

Updated: 03/17/2005 - The University of Mississippi Medical Center and the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians are pairing up to manufacture a newly developed medical device.

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Last Piece of Puzzle in Place

Updated: 03/16/2005 - Negotiators have signed off on the last part of a plan to keep Medicaid solvent through the rest of the fiscal year.

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JRMF Events Highlighted

Updated: 03/17/2005 - The Jimmie Rodgers Foundation has announced plans for the 2005 Festival.

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Relay Sponsors Unveiled

Updated: 03/17/2005 - Lauderdale County's chapter of the American Cancer Society is preparing for June and its Relay for Life. Corporate sponsors were announced Wednesday.

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More Surgery Looms for Killen

Updated: 03/16/2005 - A defendant accused in three 1964 civil rights murders in Neshoba County is likely to face more surgery following a logging accident.

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Lockheed Gets Back to Work

Updated: 03/15/2005 - Union members for Lockheed Martin voted to accept a new contract agreement and return to work Wednesday.

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