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EMSH Enjoys Parade

Updated: 12/09/2002 - The annual parade at East Mississippi State Hospital is a boost for patients receiving treatment there.

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Weekend of Holiday Fun

Updated: 12/09/2002 - If you're looking for something fun this weekend, east Mississippi and west Alabama are packed with special events for the holidays.

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Riley Plans Transition

Updated: 12/06/2002 - Alabama's Governor-elect Bob Riley says he wants to change the way state government operates.

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Kemper Fatality

Updated: 12/09/2002 - A DeKalb woman was killed in a one-vehicle mishap Thursday.

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Suspect Suicide

Updated: 12/09/2002 - A fugitive lawyer accused of kidnapping and rape in Michigan killed himself during a police pursuit on Interstate 59 in Jasper County.

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Unemployment Rate Unexpectedly Surges

Updated: 12/06/2002 - The nation's unemployment rate unexpectedly shot up to 6.0 percent in November, matching an eight year-high set in April.

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WorldCom and "Bad Blood"

Updated: 12/06/2002 - The bad blood between WorldCom and rival SBC Communications continues to flow.

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Ala. Reports Higher Revenues

Updated: 12/05/2002 - Alabama's tax collections for the first two months of the fiscal year are running ahead of the same period last year.

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Attention All Shoppers (and Drivers)

Updated: 12/05/2002 - The city of Meridian has taken steps to solve traffic snarls that frequently happen due to shopper activity at two large retail locations.

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History Up Close

Updated: 12/05/2002 - One of the few remaining original copies of the Declaration of Independence made a stop at the University of Mississippi.

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Children First: Toython 2002

Updated: 07/03/2006 - The 2002 Toython, to help provide gifts to needy children in the Meridian-area, will be Friday and Saturday at Super Wal-Mart.

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Bus Safety

Updated: 12/05/2002 - In light of a recent accident, local officials are reminding the public about the importance of bus safety.

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Rape Charge Filed

Updated: 12/04/2002 - A suspect has been charged with rape after the alleged victim sought help at a hospital.

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Child Struck by Car

Updated: 12/04/2002 - A child waiting for the school bus apparently ran into traffic on Highway 80 Wednesday morning.

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Chief Justice on Courts, Lawsuit

Updated: 12/04/2002 - Alabama's courts have been under-funded for years, according to Chief Justice Roy Moore. He also spoke about the Ten Commandments lawsuit.

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Melton to Lead MBN

Updated: 12/04/2002 - Television executive and community activist Frank Melton has been appointed by the governor to lead the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics.

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Annexation Pro and Con

Updated: 12/04/2002 - Citizens Against Annexation met with its attorney and others to voice concerns over expansion sought by the city of Meridian.

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Enjoy Parade, Help Kids

Updated: 12/04/2002 - The U.S. Marine Corps and Lauderdale County Sheriff's Department ask parade watchers to bring a new toy for needy children to the parade Thursday.

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School Honors Veterans

Updated: 12/04/2002 - Oakland Heights Elementary School celebrated veterans Wednesday with a special program.

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Election Reform Targeted

Updated: 12/04/2002 - Federal funding for election reform could soon be coming to Mississippi.

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Davis Visits District

Updated: 12/04/2002 - Congressman-elect Artur Davis, of Alabama's 7th District, talked about plans for economic development Tuesday.

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Ala. May Avoid Cuts

Updated: 12/03/2002 - State fiscal experts say Alabama's current budget should survive without any cuts, but tax collections for next year's budget could fall short.

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WorldCom Sells Assets

Updated: 12/04/2002 - In an attempt to raise cash, WorldCom has put about two-dozen properties up for sale, from two office buildings in Washington to cellular tower sites in Texas.

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City Hears Complaints

Updated: 12/04/2002 - A sinkhole in the mayor's backyard is his problem, not the city's, according to the Meridian City Council. The panel heard about that and other problems at Tuesday's meeting.

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Officers and the Road

Updated: 12/03/2002 - Roadway Express shares information about over-the-road rigs with law enforcement, to help them better patrol roads and be better prepared for possible terrorism.

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