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Burglary Ring Arrests

Updated: 08/18/2004 - Arrests have been made in an apparent burglary ring which involved two west Alabama counties.

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Military Tuition Assistance

Updated: 08/18/2004 - Tuition assistance for Mississippi National Guardsmen and women may not decrease next year, but it also may not increase.

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Bridge Dedicated to Veterans

Updated: 08/17/2004 - A bridge crossing Highway 19 south of Meridian is now the "Military Order of the Purple Heart Memorial Bridge."

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Speaking Up

Updated: 08/17/2004 - Some owners who complained about their real property assessments were able to convince county supervisors to lower the tax.

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Capital Murder Suspect Arrested

Updated: 08/17/2004 - A second suspect wanted in a Neshoba County homicide has been apprehended by authorities after his photo was published by media and on the Internet.

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Where Does the Buck Stop?

Updated: 08/17/2004 - In an unusual move, Meridian City Council members are blaming themselves and their past actions for the need now to raise water and sewer rates by 10 percent.

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Arson Arrest

Updated: 08/17/2004 - A Sumter County man is behind bars charged with trying to burn down his family's house.

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Sumter County Schools

Updated: 08/17/2004 - A move to consolidate the two high schools in Sumter County could happen sooner than many might think.

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Escapee Still at Large

Updated: 08/17/2004 - A recent escapee from the Clarke County Jail apparently has a lot of experience.

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UWA New Dean

Updated: 08/17/2004 - It's now less than a week before classes begin at the University of West Alabama and the school's newest dean is settling into office.

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LCSO Probes Weekend Shooting

Updated: 08/16/2004 - A man was shot Saturday in Lauderdale County but charges against the alleged suspect are on hold for the time being.

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Tearing Down to Build Up

Updated: 08/16/2004 - Lauderdale County work crews started again on the demolition of dilapidated houses in Meridian, with the goal of removing health hazards.

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Choctaw County Schools

Updated: 08/16/2004 - A new school and a new attitude are two things which Choctaw County officials are calling a winning combination.

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Shooting Arrest

Updated: 08/16/2004 - An arrest has been made in a shooting in Wayne County.

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Tracking Prescription Drugs

Updated: 08/15/2004 - Mississippi pharmacies will receive a grant to help track prescription drug purchase throughout the state.

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Change of Venue Request in Hargon Trial

Updated: 08/15/2004 - Earnest Lee Hargon's court appointed attorney wants a change of venue, fearing pre-trial publicity will hurt his client.

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Democrats Call on Changes in Medicaid

Updated: 08/15/2004 - The chairman of Mississippi's Democratic Party, Wayne Dowdy, was in Meridian on Saturday asking for major changes in the new Medicaid law.

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Local Help Heads to Florida

Updated: 08/15/2004 - Local Red Cross volunteers and Mississippi Power head to Florida to assist in the cleanup of Hurricane Charley.

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Newton County Focused on the Future

Updated: 08/13/2004 - Newton County Schools have joined others by adopting uniforms for students. Officials say it clears the way to focus on curriculum and teaching.

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Council Makes Garbage Decision

Updated: 08/13/2004 - The Meridian City Council considered a committee recommendation for a new garbage collection contract, but later rejected it 4 to 1.

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