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Sups Spar over Contribution

Updated: 11/25/2003 - Local funding for the Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Center is up in the air.

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West Lauderdale at the Top

Updated: 11/25/2003 - West Lauderdale Middle and High Schools celebrated reaching the pinnacle of education success.

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Miracle Baby Goes Home

Updated: 11/25/2003 - A baby who was born weighing only 1.07 pounds has beaten the odds. Jhoylin Lewis is Anderson Hospital's ''miracle baby''.

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Calling Home for the Holidays

Updated: 11/25/2003 - The Mississippi Economic Council is providing $15,000 worth of calling cards for members of the National Guard and Reserves.

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Plans for Inaugural Announced

Updated: 11/24/2003 - Haley Reeves Barbour will be inaugurated as the 63rd Governor of Mississippi on Tuesday, Jan. 13. Plans for the event and pre-events were released Monday.

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Jobless Rate Falls

Updated: 11/24/2003 - Mississippi's unemployment numbers fell in October, scoring the second largest decrease in the nation.

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Weatherization Assistance

Updated: 11/24/2003 - As temperatures continue to drop, assistance is available for residents in need.

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A Soldier's Welcome

Updated: 11/21/2003 - After 20 hours in an airplane and nearly ten months away from loved ones, a Meridian soldier is back home for now.

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Fed Targets Cell Providers

Updated: 11/21/2003 - Cell phone companies are offering incentives to try to hang on to customers. Effective Monday, dissatisfied customers can "jump ship."

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Jobless Rate Up

Updated: 11/21/2003 - Alabama's unemployment rate increased slightly from September to October.

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Rig Overturns

Updated: 11/21/2003 - An 18-wheeler crashed at the intersection of Highways 80 and 35 in Scott County Friday afternoon.

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Frosty Follies

Updated: 11/21/2003 - East Mississippi Community College presented its 16th annual holiday show for students this week.

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Part of History Coming Down

Updated: 11/21/2003 - A building with a lot of history is being demolished. Before it closed in 1994, Mey Webb Hosiery employed over 500, making it important to the local economy.

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Lockheed Investigation Update

Updated: 11/21/2003 - Four months after the shooting rampage that resulted in the deaths of seven Lockheed Martin employees, including the gunman, the criminal investigation has officially ended.

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EMSH Begins Expansion

Updated: 11/20/2003 - East Mississippi State Hospital broke ground Thursday on the Reginald P. White Nursing Home.

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Courting Change

Updated: 11/20/2003 - Changes are underway at Alabama's high court, now that the chief justice has been removed from office.

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Celebrating Education

Updated: 11/20/2003 - Students at Carver Middle School were encouraged to make the most of their opportunities during an observance of American Education Week.

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Winter on Education, Future

Updated: 11/20/2003 - Twenty years later, former Mississippi Gov. William Winter has the same message for the state.

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Army, Angels Need You

Updated: 11/20/2003 - The Salvation Army is lanching its annual Angel Tree and Red Kettle campaigns, to provide food and gifts to the needy.

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New Funding Plan Passed by College Board

Updated: 11/20/2003 - A new method of funding Mississippi universities was approved by the college board, but it will have to wait for legislative action.

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Murder Indictment

Updated: 11/20/2003 - In west Alabama a man charged with killing his daughter and her grandmother has officially been indicted.

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Waller on Issues, Solving Problems

Updated: 11/19/2003 - In the second part of a three part series, Gov. Bill Waller shares his views on current political issues and offers help to Haley Barbour.

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Johnson Praises Schools

Updated: 11/19/2003 - Mississippi's state school superintendent praised schools in Meridian, Newton and Bay Springs for "closing the gap."

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Winston Reviews Continue

Updated: 11/19/2003 - Candidates for sheriff and supervisor in Winston County are reviewing votes box by box from the Nov. 4 election.

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The Commons Breaks Ground

Updated: 11/19/2003 - A new "neighborhood" subdivision is underway in north Meridian.

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