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Board Approves Tax Resolution

Updated: 08/12/2003 - School taxes in Lauderdale County will actually go down a little bit in the coming year.

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Dems Stay Independent

Updated: 08/12/2003 - The Democratic nominees for Mississippi's top two elected offices will not campaign as one "ticket".

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Local Judge on Diaz Tribunal

Updated: 08/12/2003 - A Lauderdale County chancery judge has been chosen to help decide the professional fate of a state Supreme Court justice now under fire.

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Fires Under Investigation

Updated: 08/12/2003 - Separate early morning house fires were reported as total losses.

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Vandalism Cases Closed

Updated: 08/12/2003 - Eight defendants in a school vandalism case have now entered guilty pleas in Lauderdale County Circuit Court.

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LCSO Considers Upgrading Charge

Updated: 08/12/2003 - A local man has been charged with aggravated assault on his wife, but she has now died.

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More West Nile Virus Cases Identified

Updated: 08/12/2003 - Four new cases of West Nile virus have been confirmed in Mississippi. A horse has also tested positive in Newton County.

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Hitting the Books Again

Updated: 08/11/2003 - Thousands of Mississippi students were back in the classroom Monday, including almost 6,700 in Lauderdale County.

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School Scores Pending

Updated: 08/11/2003 - The scores for individual schools will be made public on Sept. 12.

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Power Loss Widespread

Updated: 08/11/2003 - A rather bizarre, but fairly common occurence, caused a brief power outage Monday in Meridian.

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Leaders Lament Voter Turnout

Updated: 08/11/2003 - Six of every ten eligible voters in Lauderdale County did not vote in primary elections Aug. 5.

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Gas Prices Up, But Stable

Updated: 08/11/2003 - Even though the price of gasoline is up again this week, prices aren't expected to rise much higher.

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Democrats May Have Edge

Updated: 08/11/2003 - A political scientist at Jackson State University said an anticipated higher black voter turnout could give Democrats the edge in November.

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Lockheed, A Month Later

Updated: 08/08/2003 - A month ago, a deadly shooting devastated Lockheed Martin. An effort to heal continues.

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Four Face Assault Charges

Updated: 08/08/2003 - Four men have been charged with sexual assault and rape in connection to an alleged attack on a woman at a party. One of the accused is from Meridian.

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Diaz, Minor Trial Date Set

Updated: 08/07/2003 - A trial date has been set for a supreme court judge and others charged with fraud and bribery.

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A Church Divided

Updated: 08/07/2003 - The election of an openly gay bishop in the Episcopal Church of New Hampshire highlights differences of opinion among members.

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Moving Memorial Here

Updated: 08/07/2003 - A replica of one the nation's most famous war memorials will be displayed for a week, 24 hours a day, in Meridian.

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MCC-MSU Partnership

Updated: 08/07/2003 - Leaders of MSU Meridian and Meridian Community College have inked an agreement for the first combined academic program at the Riley Performing Arts Center.

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House Fire Claims a Life

Updated: 08/07/2003 - A child has died from injuries suffered in a fire at his Meridian home Wednesday.

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Crash Kills One, Injures Four

Updated: 08/06/2003 - Authorities are investigating a two-vehicle accident that claimed the life of a Louisville woman.

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A Night to Remember

Updated: 08/06/2003 - Election night was months in the making. Howard Johnson's became campaign headquarters Tuesday for many Lauderdale County candidates.

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Candidates Eye Next Step

Updated: 08/06/2003 - Now that the primaries are over, candidates for state offices are preparing for what's next.

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