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New Casino to Open

Updated: 08/26/2002 - The new Golden Moon Casino is set to open Monday on the Pearl River Resort in Neshoba County.

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Rebel Flag Controversy

Updated: 08/26/2002 - The controversy over the Confederate flag at a display on the coast continues.

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No Federal Money for West Nile Fight

Updated: 08/26/2002 - The Federal Emergency Management Agency has denied a request by Mississippi for funds to help fight West Nile.

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Lauderdale County Murder

Updated: 08/26/2002 - Two men are in custody in Kentucky, charged with murdering a Lauderdale County man in his home last week.

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Red Cross Honors Volunteers

Updated: 08/23/2002 - The Key Chapter of the American Red Cross honored volunteers who helped raise $120,000 for victims of Sept. 11.

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Special Session Called

Updated: 08/23/2002 - Mississippi's governor has called another special session to deal with funding for corrections and, conditionally, medical malpractice insurance and civil justice reform.

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Juvenile Lockups

Updated: 08/23/2002 - The 2002 Mississippi Legislature appointed a task force to study juvenile detention centers. A subcommittee met Friday at the Lauderdale County Juvenile Center.

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Montana's to Open

Updated: 08/23/2002 - Montana's Restaurant in downtown Meridian will have a "soft opening" on Saturday.

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SAT Scores Scrutinized

Updated: 08/23/2002 - The breakdown of scores for Alabama's school students has caused concern that some are "falling through the cracks" educationally.

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Shooting Investigation

Updated: 08/23/2002 - A man was taken to Rush Hospital by private car, after apparently suffering a gunshot wound.

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Football Game Protection

Updated: 08/23/2002 - Football season brings added concern about the prevalence of mosquitoes, and the potential for spreading West Nile virus.

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Shows Hosts Town Meeting

Updated: 08/23/2002 - Congressman Ronnie Shows hosted a town hall meeting Friday in Meridian.

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Fighting the Bite

Updated: 08/23/2002 - Health officials from across Mississippi linked with state health officer, Dr. Ed Thompson, via satellite, to learn more about fighting West Nile virus.

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Meth Lab Busted

Meth Lab

Updated: 08/23/2002 - Four people were charged in connection to the bust of a working meth lab Wednesday. A fifth suspect is being sought.

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Clinic Expansion

Updated: 08/22/2002 - In honor of National Community Health Centers Week, Deputy DHS Secretary Claude Allen visited Greater Meridian Health Clinic, to cut a ribbon for a new wing.

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City Arms for West Nile

West Nile Virus

Updated: 08/22/2002 - The city of Meridian has approved the purchase of another mosquito-sprayer and the use of chemicals to augment existing efforts to combat West Nile virus.

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Beach Closing Early

Updated: 08/22/2002 - Collinsville Beach at Okatibbee Lake is closing a week and a half early this year.

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Shows: "BRAC Could Hurt NAS"

Updated: 08/22/2002 - A Congressional candidate running in Mississippi's new third district made Meridian Naval Air Station, and its future, the subject of his weekly column.

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Gaming Guilty Pleas

Updated: 08/22/2002 - Two men entered guilty pleas to operating illegal gaming devices. Over 100 machines were confiscated June 4.

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FY 2003 Projections

Updated: 08/21/2002 - City leaders anticipate more money coming in from sales and property taxes in Fiscal Year 2003.

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Building a Future

Posted: 08/21/2002 - Habitat for Humanity will soon start its 38th house to be built in Lauderdale County.

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Inmate Death Investigation

Updated: 08/21/2002 - The Lauderdale County Sheriff's Department will present its findings in the homicide of a prison inmate to the next grand jury.

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Education Exchange

Updated: 08/21/2002 - Meridian-based XPress Lane stores and Maples Gas have started a program to reward teachers and school projects.

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Victim Identified

Updated: 08/21/2002 - The identity of a toddler who died at Archusa Creek Water Park has been released.

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