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AG Issues Advisory

Updated: 09/16/2004 - Mississippi's attorney general put out a warning to business people, warning them that price gouging is illegal.

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Supervisors Pass Final Budget Plan

Updated: 09/16/2004 - Lauderdale County’s board of supervisors passed the fiscal 2005 budget, but not without controversy.

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Neshoba Murder Followup

Updated: 09/15/2004 - It has been 40 years since the murders of three civil rights workers in Neshoba County and it appears that there could be some new developments in the case.

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Look on the Bright Side

Updated: 09/14/2004 - A business approach to Mississippi's future was outlined Tuesday for Meridian business leaders.

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Two Schools to Merge

Updated: 09/14/2004 - Changes are on the horizon for a pair of Meridian schools.

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Assault Case Filed

Updated: 09/14/2004 - Meridian police have charged a suspect in connection with a stabbing incident Sunday.

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Three College Students Dead in Wreck

Updated: 09/14/2004 - Mississippi's 2003 Junior Miss was among the victims who died from injuries in a weekend traffic collision.

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Crash Claims a Life

Updated: 09/14/2004 - A one vehicle wreck in Meridian Monday night claimed the life of the driver.

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Wreck Victim Identified

Updated: 09/13/2004 - Investigators have released the name of a victim in a recent fatal accident on Interstate 59.

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Leaders Discuss Money Issues

Updated: 09/13/2004 - Lauderdale County leaders talked about the FY 2005 county budget and security issues.

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Clark: "Honor the Vote"

Updated: 09/13/2004 - Secretary of State Eric Clark is asking Mississippians to honor veterans by voting in the fall elections.

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Saleswoman Wins Car

Updated: 09/13/2004 - Here's proof positive that hard work pays off.

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Meridian Businesswoman Dies

Updated: 09/13/2004 - Edna Davis, 88, president of Magnolia Beverage Company, died early Monday.

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Remembering the Cost of Freedom

Updated: 09/13/2004 - Vocational students in Neshoba County remembered the victims of Sept. 11, 2001 and U.S. soldiers in a ceremony Monday.

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MPD Investigates Stabbing

Updated: 09/13/2004 - Meridian police have a suspect in custody but not formally charged in connection with a stabbing incident.

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State Department of Education Makes Cuts

Updated: 09/13/2004 - The Mississippi Board of Education has acted to cut 117 positions in order to save $13.7 million over the next five years.

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ASU Logo Dispute

Updated: 09/13/2004 - Alcorn State University's Braves logo is now a thing of the past. Many schools in the nation are dropping old logos, themes and mascots in an effort to be more sensitive to the diverse student population they represent.

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Former Governor Remembered for Positives

Updated: 09/10/2004 - Former Mississippi Gov. Kirk Fordice, was laid to rest Friday. Hundreds gathered at First Baptist Church in Jackson to bid him farewell.

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Board to Discuss West End

Updated: 09/10/2004 - The Meridian School Board will meet Monday to discuss the status of West End Elementary School, currently listed as a priority school by the state department of education.

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Hospital Construction Underway

Updated: 09/10/2004 - The building phase of the new Newton Regional Hospital is officially underway with completion set for early 2006.

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Marine Passes the Sword

Updated: 09/10/2004 - As thousands of troops continue the war on terrorism worldwide, we take a look at some of the sacrifices that may not be readily recognized.

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