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Stopping a Silent Killer

Updated: 02/05/2003 - Five years since five people died from carbon monoxide poisoning, a family member continues an awareness campaign to try to save lives.

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Healthwatch: Soft Baseballs

Updated: 02/05/2003 - More than two million children play Little League baseball in the United States. A new study suggests it could be safer.

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Roadway Milestone

Updated: 02/04/2003 - Veteran driver Richard Holloway of Meridian has logged over three million miles without a preventable accident.

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Suspect Charged in Stabbing

Updated: 02/04/2003 - Police charged a suspect with manslaughter in the Monday night stabbing death of Lynn Baskin.

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Fatal Crash

Updated: 02/04/2003 - A one vehicle crash north of Marion took the life of the driver and injured a small child.

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Citizens Complain

Updated: 02/04/2003 - Citizens with complaints about their councilman vented at Tuesday's city council meeting.

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The Future and Space

Updated: 02/05/2003 - The Space Shuttle Columbia disaster touched many Americans, including students across the nation.

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Thousands Cut at WorldCom

Updated: 02/03/2003 - Telecommunications company, WorldCom, announced the cut of 5,000 more jobs on Monday.

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Weekend Murder

Updated: 02/03/2003 - In west Alabama, Greene County officials are asking for the public's help in solving a weekend murder.

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Moment of Silence Planned

Shuttle Crew

Updated: 02/03/2003 - Mississippi's governor has asked all Mississippians to join in a moment of silence Tuesday, to remember the crew of the Space Shuttle Columbia and their families.

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Gray Tapped for Bishop

Updated: 02/03/2003 - The Rev. Duncan M. Gray, III, has been appointed bishop of the Episcopal diocese of Mississippi.

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County Patrol Voted Out

Updated: 02/03/2003 - The Lauderdale County Board of Supervisors voted 3-2 Monday to end the County Patrol system.

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NASA Detected Heat Spike in Shuttle

Updated: 02/03/2003 - NASA engineers settled into their long, joyless task of figuring out how space shuttle Columbia broke apart, saying conditions in the shuttle's final minutes point to a possible problem with its critical heat-protection tiles.

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UBS Teams with Military

Updated: 01/31/2003 - A local blood provider is teaming up with the military to provide blood in case of war.

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Teacher of the Year Named

Updated: 01/31/2003 - Meridian Public Schools teacher of the Year is Robin Hall of Magnolia Middle School.

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Perjury Charge Dismissed

Updated: 01/31/2003 - A perjury charge against the alleged mother in the mysterious baby death case has been dismissed.

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Habitat Marks 2002

Updated: 01/31/2003 - Lauderdale County's Habitat for Humanity looked back on 2002 and ahead to what may be accomplished in 2003 at its annual meeting.

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2002 Annual Report

Updated: 01/31/2003 - The annual report on the City of Meridian was presented by the administration to the City Council Friday.

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Gov. to Sign Education Bills

Updated: 01/31/2003 - Gov. Ronnie Musgrove says he will sign comprehensive education funding bills next Tuesday.

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County Patrol Debate

Updated: 01/31/2003 - A committee appointed by the Lauderdale County supervisors to study the County Patrol issue met Thursday and plans to take it up again at a board meeting Monday.

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Possible War Squeezes Workforce

Updated: 01/30/2003 - As more National Guard units are activated and deployed, there is an increasing strain on the local workforce.

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Riding the "E-Bus" to Learning

Updated: 01/30/2003 - A rolling technology lab sponsored by Pearson Digital Learning visited Oakland Heights Elementary School, where its programs are already being used.

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Trade Benefits Approved

Updated: 01/30/2003 - Former workers at J.C. Apparel may be eligible for additional reemployment services under the Trade Assistance Act.

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Peavey Drive Dedicated

Updated: 01/30/2003 - A portion of Poplar Springs Drive has been renamed to recognize the accomplishments of Hartley Peavey, founder of Peavey Electronics.

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Children First: Poetry Readings

Updated: 01/30/2003 - In this computer age, sparking a child's interest in reading a book, much less poetry, can be challenging. However, one man thinks he has the answer.

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