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Hattiesburg Eyes Meridian

Updated: 11/22/2002 - Visitors from Hattiesburg took a look around downtown Meridian Friday.

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Jobless Benefits Cut

Help Wanted

Updated: 11/25/2002 - Unemployment benefits will be running out for hundreds of people in this area, three days after Christmas.

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Search Called Off

Updated: 11/22/2002 - Efforts to locate the body of Grady Everett, believed killed in a bridge collapse, had to be temporarily suspended.

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Base Closure Expert Canned

Updated: 11/22/2002 - Attorney Barry Rhoads is no longer representing Mississippi's military interests in the nation's Capitol.

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Conferees Stall on Reform

Updated: 11/22/2002 - Mississippi legislators will come back Monday to again tackle civil justice reform.

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Leadership Sumter County

Updated: 11/22/2002 - An effort continues to find a way to get better training and education for workers in one of Alabama's poorest counties.

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Boggan Sentenced

Updated: 11/22/2002 - A Collinsville man was sentenced to 30 years in prison for statutory rape.

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Lott Optimistic

Updated: 11/22/2002 - Mississippi Sen. Trent Lott will be majority leader again in 2003. He says it will be better than his previous stint in the position.

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Ala. Election Certified

Updated: 11/22/2002 - Votes cast in Alabama's governor's race Nov. 5 are now official and final. The state posted a record voter turnout.

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Hudson's Leaving Value Fair

Updated: 11/21/2002 - Hudson's Treasure Hunt will close its Meridian store in December. It's currently looking for a new location.

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Smoking Policy Discussed

Updated: 11/20/2002 - A no-smoking policy in place for over a decade with the city Meridian is now getting another look.

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Employee Assistance Available

Updated: 11/20/2002 - The U.S Department of Labor has approved assistance for employees laid off at Wells-Lamont in May.

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Norwood Looks Ahead

Updated: 11/20/2002 - The Lauderdale County Election Commission has certified the votes cast in the District 4 Supervisors race. Winner Joe Norwood now looks forward to his first elected office.

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Smith: Bond Issue Necessary

Updated: 11/20/2002 - The bad condition of city streets and drainage systems is behind the call for a $5 million bond issue, according to the mayor.

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Norwood Wins Race

Updated: 11/20/2002 - Unofficial numbers reported from all eight precincts in District 4 show Joe Norwood won the supervisor's special election, 899 to 617 over Rickey Harris.

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Musgrove Orders Cuts

Updated: 11/20/2002 - Gov. Ronnie Musgrove has ordered $11 million in budget cuts, as tax collections continue to lag behind estimates for fiscal 2003.

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Marching to a Different Drum

Updated: 11/20/2002 - H.K. Edgerton, a former NAACP chapter president in North Carolina, has taken his feelings about the Confederate flag to the streets and highways of the Deep South.

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Robbery Suspect Nabbed

Updated: 11/19/2002 - Police report the arrest of an alleged robber within 100 yards of Citizens National Bank.

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Cop Killer Execution

Updated: 11/19/2002 - The killer of Meridian native and Houston police officer, James Boswell, is scheduled to die in Texas.

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Residents React to Gov. Flap

Updated: 11/19/2002 - Gov. Don Siegelman's decision to concede is getting mixed reaction from local residents.

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Murder Trials

Updated: 11/19/2002 - Two murder trials began this week in Choctaw County, Alabama. Tuesday one defendant pled guilty.

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Board Hires Labor Lawyer

Updated: 11/19/2002 - The Meridian School Board hired a Jackson lawyer to help comply with employee requests and comply with fair labor laws.

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Siegelman Concedes

Updated: 11/19/2002 - Alabama's governor dropped his demand for a statewide recount of votes Monday night.

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Cash Seizure

Updated: 11/18/2002 - A traffic stop revealed a secret compartment and $55,000 in cash.

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American Education Week

Updated: 11/18/2002 - This is "American Education Week." In honor of the occasion, one of the leading figures in education was in Meridian Monday.

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