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Alderman Stumps in Meridian

Updated: 10/29/2003 - W.C. Alderman of Raymond, the Democratic nominee for transportation commissioner of Mississippi's central district, focuses on the need for basic services.

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MEMA Partners with Ole Miss

Updated: 10/29/2003 - The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency and the University of Mississippi are working together to identify counties' strengths and weaknesses in surviving earthquakes.

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The "Red Ribbon" Message

Updated: 10/29/2003 - Acitivities at schools across the state focus on positives during Red Ribbon Week.

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Residents Raise Concern Over "Strays"

Updated: 10/28/2003 - Loose or stray dogs can be a problem in almost any neighborhood. However, a local woman saying she's scared to leave home.

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La-Z-Boy Reaches Milestone

Updated: 10/28/2003 - A major employer in Newton County marked a huge accomplishment Tuesday, reaching the 10,000,000 mark in production.

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Drug Suspect Nabbed

Updated: 10/28/2003 - Acting on a Crimestoppers tip, a local fugitive was apprehended by FBI agents early Tuesday in Michigan.

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Vertex Gets Welcome Mat

Updated: 10/28/2003 - Meridian business and community leaders have officially welcomed Vertex Aerospace, the company providing maintenance for the T-45 aircraft at NAS Meridian.

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Kemper Aims Higher

Updated: 10/27/2003 - A county hurt by job losses in the past decade appears to be gaining jobs back, one company at a time.

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Sam's Club Expanding

Updated: 10/27/2003 - One of America's leading discount stores plans to build in Meridian.

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Voting Gender Gap?

Updated: 10/27/2003 - A recent poll in Mississippi shows an apparent gender gap in support for gubernatorial candidates, Ronnie Musgrove and Haley Barbour.

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Hall: "Four Lane Project Underway"

Updated: 10/27/2003 - The long-anticipated four-laning of Hwy. 19 North, from Collinsville to Philadelphia, is underway according to Dick Hall, transportation commissioner for the central district.

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Webb Honored By Colleagues

Updated: 10/27/2003 - Cathy Webb of Meridian Community College is Humanities Professor of the Year.

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Grants Secure Peco

Updated: 10/27/2003 - Grants of close to $1 million will allow the town to perform water treatment upgrades and keep its largest employer.

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Monstrous Display

Updated: 10/24/2003 - A display of monsters, ghosts, skeletons and other weird creatures has made its home at the Silver Star Casino through Halloween.

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Jr. Auxiliary "Talks" to Kids

Updated: 10/24/2003 - The serious subject of abuse was discussed with children at Crestwood Elementary, using a comfortable venue, a puppet show.

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Golfers Donate to Charity

Updated: 10/24/2003 - A benefit golf tournament raised over $10,000 for Love's Kitchen, a ministry to feed the hungry.

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Blaze Guts Apartment

Updated: 10/24/2003 - An accidental fire caused extensive damage to one apartment and smoke and water damage to several adjoining units.

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Reeves Stumps in East Mississippi

Updated: 10/24/2003 - State treasurer candidate Tate Reeves brought his campaign to Newton, Scott and Lauderdale Counties.

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Ban Spam on the Internet?

Updated: 10/23/2003 - A new spam bill faces an uncertain future in the U.S. House of Representatives, but the Senate has acted to hit the delete button.

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Police Find Evidence of Dog Fighting

Updated: 10/23/2003 - A videotape seized at the scene where 14 dogs were tied to heavy chains shows dog fights in progress and several spectators.

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Clarke Gets Good News

Updated: 10/23/2003 - The former Burlington plant in Stonewall has been sold and a new company is preparing to move in next year.

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Price Lawsuit Tossed

Updated: 10/23/2003 - A judge has thrown out Mike Price's $20 million lawsuit against the University of Alabama over his firing as Alabama's football coach.

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Police Probe Animal Cruelty

Updated: 10/22/2003 - A group of pit bulls, used for illegal fighting, was discovered Wednesday.

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Preparing for Disaster

Updated: 10/22/2003 - Emergency responders from distant cities are in training, learning how to handle railroad emergencies.

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Meridian vs. Marion

Updated: 10/22/2003 - The Meridian City Council voted to file a lawsuit against the town of Marion over fees for sewage treatment.

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