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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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Musgrove-Barbour Debate

Updated: 07/02/2003 - The two major-party candidates for governor battled over the issues at the convention of the Mississippi Municipal League.

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Martin Sworn In

Updated: 07/02/2003 - Phillip Martin, chief of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians since 1979, was sworn in to an historic seventh term Tuesday night.

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Pickering to Stay

Updated: 07/02/2003 - Cong. Chip Pickering announced Wednesday he will remain in his Third Congressional District seat.

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Hit and Run Arrest

Updated: 07/02/2003 - A 20-year-old man remains in critical condition following a hit and run accident Tuesday night in Marengo County.

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Bone Marrow Donors Drive

Updated: 07/02/2003 - Last week we brought you the story of a local woman in need of a bone marrow transplant. Although the response was remarkable, your help is still needed.

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No Call Options Expand

Updated: 07/01/2003 - Mississippi residents now have an in-state toll free number and an internet site to help reduce unwanted telemarketing calls.

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Wreck Proves Fatal

Updated: 07/01/2003 - Factors can combine to make driving hazardous and fatal. Heather Eggleston, 15, died of injuries sustained in a June 30 wreck.

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Scout Earns Scholarship

Updated: 07/01/2003 - Eagle Scout Lenton Ray McLendon of the Choctaw Area Boy Scout Council won one of only eighty Eagle Scout Merit Scholarships for 2003.

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MPS Meeting

Updated: 07/01/2003 - The Meridian Public School's Board of Trustees met in a special called meeting Tuesday.

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Local Cleanup

Updated: 07/01/2003 - Perhaps you can't stop mother nature. However, one local family says something can be done to stop constant flooding near their home.

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Investing in Safety

Updated: 06/30/2003 - Twenty-four county and municipal governments have received federal grants to buy bulletproof vests for law enforcement officers.

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Wreck Injures Two Teens

Updated: 06/30/2003 - A pair of teenagers was seriously injured in a one-vehicle crash Monday afternoon.

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Head Start and Education

Updated: 06/30/2003 - Changes in the oversight and focus of Head Start have been proposed by the White House, but some supporters say they're concerned about what might be lost.

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"No Call" Phone Number

Updated: 06/30/2003 - Residents who object to telemarketing calls at home may register on the internet or through a toll-free phone number.

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No Answers From Pickering

Updated: 06/30/2003 - Cong. Chip Pickering was expected to announce Monday whether or not he intends to leave Congress for a loggying post, but delayed a response for the second time.

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