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Kids Count Ranks Mississippi 50th

Updated: 06/11/2003 - The annual kids count data book puts Mississippi last on a list that analyzes factors like infant mortality rates and single-parent households.

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Ford Cancels Contract

Updated: 06/11/2003 - The loss of a Ford contract for auto speakers by Choctaw Electronics is attributed to cheaper labor overseas.

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Drive-By Suspects Plea Bargain

Updated: 06/11/2003 - Suspects charged with injuring a woman in a driveby shooting in Lake have entered guilty pleas in court.

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Evers Opened Doors

Updated: 06/11/2003 - Hundreds of people gathered for a memorial to slain civil rights leader Medgar Evers.

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Evers Remembered

Updated: 06/10/2003 - Slain civil rights leader Medgar Evers was honored in his hometown Tuesday night.

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Plant Loses Contract

Updated: 06/10/2003 - Ford Motor Company backs out of a contract with Choctaw Electronics.

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Teen in Court

Updated: 06/10/2003 - Bond was set for Clifton Wallace, 14, who allegedly used a police patrol car to assault a man.

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Choctaw Elections Set

Updated: 06/09/2003 - The Mississippi band of Choctaw Indians will cast ballots for the position of tribal chief on Tuesday.

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Deputy Back at Work

Updated: 06/09/2003 - A Neshoba County deputy involved in a fatal shooting returned to work after being cleared of wrongdoing by state investigators.

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New Voter Cards Pending

Updated: 06/09/2003 - New registration cards will be sent soon to voters in Lauderdale County. Redistricting may have changed your voting place.

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Truck Tag Shortage

Updated: 06/09/2003 - If you own a pickup truck in Lauderdale County and your tag has expired, you're out of luck.

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Fordice to Divorce

Updated: 06/09/2003 - Former Gov. Kirk Fordice and his second wife are ending their three year marriage.

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Anthrax Probe Continues

Updated: 06/09/2003 - The FBI is looking for evidence in the anthrax attacks of two years ago.

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Blackmon: "Redirect Priorities"

Updated: 06/06/2003 - State Sen. Barbara Blackmon, a Democrat vying for the office of Lieutenant Governor, addressed the East Mississippi Baptist Congress.

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Crashes Claim Two Lives

Updated: 06/06/2003 - Crashes Friday morning in Lauderdale County claimed the lives of two men, from Toomsuba and Louisiana.

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Plans for Sykes Park Changed

Updated: 06/06/2003 - There will be baseball this season at the new Q.V. Sykes Baseball Complex after all.

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Choctaw Open "Hard Rock"

Updated: 06/06/2003 - The Pearl River Resort is home to the first-ever Hard Rock Beach Club and Clearwater Key private beach.

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Aguilar Appeal Denied

Updated: 06/06/2003 - Mississippi's highest court refused to hear the appeal of George Aguilar, convicted of manslaughter in Meridian in 2000.

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Hiatt Plans Retirement

Updated: 06/05/2003 - A longtime county administrator will retire in 2004.

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Mabus vs. Mabus

Updated: 06/05/2003 - For the second time, Mississippi's highest court has sided with former Gov. Ray Mabus in a child custody dispute.

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Davis Pushes Tax Break Extension

Updated: 06/05/2003 - U.S. Rep. Artur Davis is pushing a bill to include more working poor in tax credit benefits.

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Grand Jury Issues Indictments

Updated: 06/05/2003 - A federal grand jury in the state capitol issued indictments Thursday that involve a shooting and a child support case in east Mississippi.

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Building Better Communities and People

Updated: 06/05/2003 - Lauderdale County supervisors have agreed to partner with United Way to pursue a grant for a program that employs youth and builds homes for the poor.

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Lee: "Put Education First"

Updated: 06/04/2003 - The president of Mississippi State University shared his concerns about the state of education in Mississippi.

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