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Six Die in Shooting at Miss. Lockheed Plant

Shooting Investigation

Updated: 07/08/2003 - A gunman opened fire at a Lockheed Martin plant Tuesday, killing five people before killing himself, authorities said. Eight other people were taken to hospitals.

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MBN Fraud Probe Continues

Updated: 07/07/2003 - One employee of the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics involved in an internal investigation has been placed on leave, according to the agency's director.

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Holiday Weekend Totals

Updated: 07/07/2003 - Law enforcement worked a long holiday weekend, targeting safety across Mississippi.

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Agricenter Problems Discussed

Updated: 07/07/2003 - Lauderdale County supervisors acknowledged problems at the Agricenter and discussed possible solutions.

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Tough Test for Schools

Updated: 07/07/2003 - Public schools will soon get their grades of their own, required by "No Child Left Behind."

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Anti-Litter Program Praised

Updated: 07/07/2003 - A program that uses inmate labor to remove litter from state highways won an award from the Mississippi Department of Transportation.

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Voters Face Changes

Updated: 07/07/2003 - The August 5 primaries are less than a month away. Over 40,000 Lauderdale County registered voters will see some changes in their voting locations.

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Tax Appeal Deadline

Updated: 07/07/2003 - Property owners may protest the latest evaluation on their house, land or commercial holdings, but must file the objestion in writing by August 4.

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Kemper Marks Fourth

Updated: 07/05/2003 - Celebrations in towns big and small marked the nation's birthday on July 4. Kemper County enjoyed a party on the courthouse square.

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A Tribute to Sonny Montgomery

Updated: 07/05/2003 - The Fourth of July was a big night at Bonita Lakes Park, in great measure, because it included a special salute to retired Cong. Sonny Montgomery.

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Brown Sets Sights on Lt. Gov. Post

Updated: 07/05/2003 - Mississippi's race for Lieutenant Governor features several campaign veterans. One who has not yet served in political office campaigned during the Fourth of July weekend in Meridian.

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Foundation Formed to Remember Singer

Updated: 07/04/2003 - Meridian native David Ruffin is well-known as a former lead singer for the Temptations. His family is now building a memorial to honor him.

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Child Injured in Collision

Updated: 07/05/2003 - A young boy was taken to the hospital after he apparently collided with a van in the street.

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We Love You, Sonny

Updated: 07/05/2003 - The Fourth of July 2003 in Meridian featured a special tribute to one of our favorite sons, Sonny Montgomery.

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July 4 On the Road

Updated: 07/05/2003 - July 4 is the second deadliest time of the year for motorists. Only Labor Day produces more fatal vehicle crashes.

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Exploring Career Options

Updated: 07/03/2003 - High school students had the opportunity to learn about the health industry in a program designed to help Mississippi hold on to potential healthcare providers.

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Driver Hits Four on Sidewalk

Updated: 07/03/2003 - Four people were hurt, one critically, when an alleged drunken driver veered his vehicle onto the sidewalk.

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Play Ball!

Updated: 07/03/2003 - The lastest report indicates ballfields at Q.V. Sykes Complex will be ready for a state tournament.

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Troops Return Home

Updated: 07/03/2003 - Troops from the 186th Air Refueling Wing returned home Thursday from a month-long tour of duty in the Middle East.

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Club: "Treat Us Fairly"

Updated: 07/03/2003 - Northwood Country Club has asked the board of supervisors why a similar organization was granted lower property taxes, while Northwood's rate was not reduced.

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Healthwatch: Screenings Save Lives

Updated: 07/02/2003 - Colon cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer death in the U.S. A new study shows that physicians may want to reconsider current guidelines for time between screenings.

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Retired in Name Only

Updated: 07/02/2003 - Health officer, Dr. Margaret Morrison, retired this week from the Mississippi Department of Health, but is staying busy as chairman of the board for Hope Village for Children.

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Tops in Training

Updated: 07/02/2003 - The Public Safety Training Center in Meridian was recognized for excellence by the Mississippi Municipal League.

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AKA Cares for Kids

Updated: 07/02/2003 - Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority shared time with the Boys and Girls Club during its annual "Alpha Cares" project.

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