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Sups Seek Parking Solution

Updated: 06/03/2004 - A five year plan is in the works to solve the parking congestion during events at the Lauderdale County Agricenter.

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Trips Pay Off, Official Says

Updated: 06/03/2004 - Are trips to Washington by local officials worthwhile? At least one public official says they are and pointed to a $17.3 million housing grant as an example.

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George Tenet Resigns from CIA

Updated: 06/03/2004 - The director of the Central Intelligence Agency, who has served under President Clinton and President Bush, submitted his resignation Thursday.

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New Company Formed

Updated: 06/03/2004 - A manufacturer in Morton, Miss., has joined forces with a German company to create new jobs in the automotive industry.

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Kids Count 2004

Updated: 06/03/2004 - Mississippi and Alabama are apparently improving in areas that affect the quality of life of children, but according to "Kids Count", still have a long way to go.

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Pickering Addresses Boys State

Updated: 06/03/2004 - Federal Appeals Court Judge Charles Pickering encouraged delegates to Boys State to make dignity, pride and integrity part of their plans for life.

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Tort Reform Bill Passes

Updated: 06/04/2004 - The Mississippi House voted 76 to 38 Thursday to accept the Senate version of a lawsuit reform bill. State Rep. Greg Snowden of Meridian, a supporter of tort reform, described it as a "major bill."

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Moore to Testify to Congress

Updated: 06/03/2004 - Former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore is being called to testify before Congress next week.

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Dealership Renovates

Updated: 06/03/2004 - Rick Justice Pontiac-Buick-GMS hosted a grand reopening Thursday for its new showroom.

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Phone Cards Needed for Troops

Updated: 06/02/2004 - Serving in the military at foreign locations can be lonely and stressful. To relieve some of that, the VFW organized "Operation: Uplink".

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Judge Delays Diaz, Minor Hearing

Updated: 06/02/2004 - A federal judge Wednesday delayed a hearing on motions to dismiss new charges against attorney Paul Minor and Mississippi Supreme Court Justice Oliver Diaz in a judiciary bribery case.

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Hundreds Apply for 130 Jobs

Updated: 06/02/2004 - Sam's Club, a division of Wal-Mart, plans to open in Meridian later this year. It began accepting employment applications Wednesday morning.

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MPD Investigates Reported Robbery

Updated: 06/02/2004 - A truck driver told authorities he was held up at gunpoint early Wednesday morning in Meridian.

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Groups Show Unity

Updated: 06/02/2004 - Groups showed their support for revitalization of the African-American business district in downtown Meridian on Wednesday.

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Jump Start the New School Year

Updated: 06/02/2004 - Middle school students at Carver and Magnolia in Meridian are encouraged to attend a "Jump Start Summer Program" now underway.

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KEDA Names New Director

Updated: 06/02/2004 - Kemper County has a new leader in its goal of attracting new jobs.

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Building for the Future

Updated: 06/02/2004 - The Meridian Housing Authority is to receive a $17.3 million federal grant to build 242 mixed income rental and ownership units where a housing development once stood.

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Runoff Set in District 43

Updated: 06/02/2004 - There will be a runoff in the special election for Mississippi House District 43.

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Fishy Problem Probed

Updated: 06/01/2004 - Some fish at Okatibbee Lake have been turning up dead. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is working on identifying the problem.

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City to Assist Development

Updated: 06/01/2004 - The Meridian City Council has extended a financial helping hand to developers who will build single-family homes in the city.

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MPD Vet Retires

Updated: 06/01/2004 - A 30-year veteran of the Meridian Police Department was recognized by the city at Tuesday's council meeting.

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Bye Bye to Buckeye

Updated: 06/01/2004 - After more than 30 years of service, the T-2 Buckeye will no longer fly out of NAS Meridian. The Navy is phasing out the last of the Buckeyes in favor the newer, much more advanced T-45 Goshawks.

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Suffrage Bills Signed

Updated: 06/01/2004 - A Noxubee County woman convicted of Medicaid fraud and a former supervisors' secretary convicted of embezzlement have regained their right to vote.

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Sam's Club Accepting Applications

Updated: 06/01/2004 - Sam's Club, set to open in Meridian later this year, will accept job applications beginning Wednesday.

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Hughes Family Arrangements

Updated: 06/01/2004 - Funeral arrangements have been set for a Neshoba County family who drowned during Memorial Day weekend.

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