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Daycare for Elderly

Updated: 10/03/2002 - A new business has opened in Shubuta to offer daytime care for elderly residents of Clarke, Wayne and Jasper Counties.

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Healthwatch: Hope for Paraplegics

Updated: 01/15/2003 - A new device, known as an auto ambulator, offers new therapy for people who suffer paralyzing injuries.

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Ole Miss: Lasting Opportunity

Updated: 10/03/2002 - The University of Mississippi campus is back to normal after a day of celebration, but officials say they want the spirit to last.

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Schools Vandalized

Updated: 10/02/2002 - The campuses of West Lauderdale and Southeast Attendance Centers were badly damaged by vandals.

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Smith: "Budget Choices Tough"

Updated: 10/02/2002 - The Meridian city council meets Thursday to decide on where to tighten spending for the next 12 months.

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Hwy. 45 Project Moves Ahead

Updated: 10/02/2002 - Two new lanes of Highway 45 have been opened to traffic, but two old lanes were closed for upgrades.

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Cooper Contract Update

Updated: 10/02/2002 - The study of a contract between Meridian and Cooper Community developers was delayed by the budget process, according to one official.

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Geoffrey Store to Open

Updated: 10/02/2002 - Meridian-area children may think they've hit the jackpot when the new Geoffrey Store opens this Friday.

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Council Considers Cutting

Updated: 10/02/2002 - The city council Monday reduced the new 2003 city budget by $600,000, but now has to decide what funding must be reduced or left out.

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Whisky Dispute

Updated: 10/02/2002 - A possession of whisky charge, filed in dry Clarke County, was dismissed. The owner wants his whisky back from law enforcement.

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Ole Miss Anniversary, Local Reaction

Updated: 10/01/2002 - Tuesday marked the 40th anniversary of the first African-American student's entrance into the University of Mississippi.

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Morning Fire

Updated: 10/01/2002 - An investigation continues into the cause of an early morning fire in downtown Meridian.

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Livingston Fatal

Updated: 10/02/2002 - An investigation continues into a fatal accident Monday night in west Alabama.

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School Safety

Updated: 10/01/2002 - Meridian Public School officials are asking for the public's help in addressing safety concerns.

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AMBER Alert on AOL

Amber Alert

Updated: 10/02/2002 - The program that lets people know about suspected kidnappings may be coming to a computer near you.

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Shows Backs "COPS" Grants

Updated: 09/30/2002 - Rep. Ronnie Shows favors a continuation of federal funding for police officers, through the COPS Program.

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Gov. Seeks Fed Help

Updated: 09/30/2002 - Mississippi's governor has asked for federal aid to deal with damage from Tropical Storm Isidore.

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Council Okays Water Hike

Updated: 09/30/2002 - The city council did a turnaround Monday on its budget vote of last week and approved an 8 percent water rate increase.

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Absentee Ballots Available

Updated: 09/30/2002 - The Lauderdale County Circuit Clerk's Office has absentee ballots available for the Nov. 5 election.

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Overcoming Strokes

Updated: 09/30/2002 - Strokes are now the third leading cause of death in the U.S. According to one local doctor the key to overcoming a stroke is catching it early.

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Weekend Drowning

Updated: 09/30/2002 - Investigators say foul play is not suspected in a weekend drowning in Winston County.

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Candidates On the Campaign Trail

Updated: 09/30/2002 - On the campaign trial, Independent U.S. Senate candidate Shawn O'Hara and Kenny Griffis, a candidate for the Mississippi Court of Appeals, recently paid a visit to the Queen City.

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Coast Cleanup

Storm Damage

Updated: 09/30/2002 - The Mississippi Gulf Coast cleans up after Tropical Storm Isidore.

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2003 Budget Vetoed

Updated: 09/27/2002 - When the Meridian City Council meets Sept. 30, it will consider whether to override mayoral vetoes of the FY 2003 budget and raises for city employees.

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Fighting the Fight

Updated: 09/27/2002 - One of every four families in the U.S. is affected by domestic violence. The state of Mississippi is working to change that statistic.

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