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Family Suffers Loss But MPD Comes Through

Updated: 12/21/2004 - Tragedy struck a military family Tuesday, as they traveled through Meridian. But the Meridian Police Department was able to share a Christmas blessing.

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Supervisors Talk Trash

Updated: 12/21/2004 - Usually Lauderdale County tries to pick up trash the day after Christmas Day, due to the volume. However, things will be different this year.

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Giving That Keeps on Giving

Updated: 12/20/2004 - Have you ever wondered what happens to those toys that you donate during the holidays?

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Two Win Scholarships

Updated: 12/20/2004 - Bay Springs Telephone Company recently awarded two scholarships to outstanding students in its service area.

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Suspects Nabbed in Alabama

Updated: 12/20/2004 - A pair of suspects wanted in Meridian was arrested in Selma, Ala., on Saturday.

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Sending Love by Mail

Updated: 12/20/2004 - Monday was the busiest mailing day of the year, with Christmas just days away.

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Governors Huddle in Meridian

Updated: 12/20/2004 - The governors of Mississippi and Alabama met together in Meridian Monday afternoon.

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Rural Roads Hazardous

Updated: 12/20/2004 - A study by the Georgia Institute of Technology points to rural roads in the southeast being the most deadly.

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Civil Rights Murders Update

Updated: 12/20/2004 - Mississippi Attorney Gen. Jim Hood says a renewed investigation into three civil rights murders in 1964 should conclude early next year.

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The Past Lives On

Updated: 12/17/2004 - Former students of the Tuxedo School in Meridian fondly remembered their days there during the dedication of a monument Friday.

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Max Willis Leaves a Legacy

Updated: 12/20/2004 - A young boy in Florida, who lost his beloved dog in Mississippi and touched many hearts, has lost his battle with cancer.

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Holidays and Tourism Go Together

Updated: 12/17/2004 - The value of tourism to Mississippi was the focus of Holiday Open House at the Mississippi Welcome Center.

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Fines to Be Raised

Updated: 12/16/2004 - Lauderdale County supervisors have agreed on a plan to increase fines for violations of the "green box ordinance."

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Stringer Points to Cuts

Updated: 12/16/2004 - The chairman of Mississippi's House Appropriations Committee says drastic measures will be necessary to balance the budget in FY 2006.

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Children First: Toys and Toys for Tots

Updated: 12/16/2004 - The U.S. Marine Corps Reserve's Toys for Tots campaign, with a little help from friends, will bring lots of joy to children this Christmas.

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Local Channels on Satellite

Updated: 12/16/2004 - Dish Network subscribers may now view local channels without an additional antenna.

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Food Drive Huge Success

Updated: 12/16/2004 - Students at Carver Middle School have come through to help the needy have food to eat.

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Santa Visits Wesley House Kids

Updated: 12/15/2004 - What do pizza, toys and Santa have in common? They were all at the WTOK-Rush Hospital Wesley House Christmas Party.

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Lawmaker Wins Primary

Updated: 12/15/2004 - The results are in from Tuesday's special election in west Alabama.

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Worst Budget Crisis?

Updated: 12/15/2004 - The state of Mississippi will budget decisions when the Legislature convenes in January.

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Message to Women: Prevention

Updated: 12/15/2004 - The American Heart Association marked the holidays by focusing on women's cardiovascular health.

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