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American Education Week

Updated: 11/18/2002 - This is "American Education Week." In honor of the occasion, one of the leading figures in education was in Meridian Monday.

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Back to "Normal" at the W

Updated: 11/18/2002 - Students returned to class at the Mississippi University for Women, but evidence of a devastating tornado remains. President Dr. Claudia Limbert visited alumni in Meridian Monday.

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Giuliani and WorldCom?

Updated: 11/18/2002 - A report out Monday that says a leading investor of WorldCom wants former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani to be named the company's chairman.

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Poll: Siegelman Lost

Updated: 11/18/2002 - A survey by the University of South Alabama indicates citizens believe Bob Riley won the governor's race, but don't object to a recount.

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Judge: Commandments Must Go

Updated: 11/18/2002 - A federal judge in Alabama has ordered the removal of the Ten Commandments monument from the state's judicial building.

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Relay Reveals Heroes

Updated: 11/18/2002 - The Mississippi chapter of the American Cancer Society recognized the people, businesses and organizations that are leading the fundraising fight to find a cure for cancer.

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Rolling Healthcare

Updated: 11/18/2002 - There's a new source of medical care for school children in east Mississippi. Greater Meridian Health Clinic unveiled its new mobile unit Friday.

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Strange Goodbye

Updated: 11/18/2002 - Newton County says farewell to veteran newspaper publisher, J.E. Strange.

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Judge Okays Recount

Updated: 11/18/2002 - Russell County now has a circuit court order to proceed with a recount in the Alabama governor's race.

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Lawmakers Adjourn

Updated: 11/18/2002 - Mississippi legislators went home for the weekend. An expected Friday meeting between both chambers failed to happen.

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MDOT Makes Pot Bust

Updated: 11/15/2002 - The law enforcement arm of the Mississippi Department of Transportation made seized eight pounds of marijuana in Meridian.

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Joint Cleanup Set

Updated: 11/15/2002 - Lauderdale County supervisors have agreed to support Meridian in a joint cleanup effort for the holiday season on Thursday, Nov. 21.

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Moore: Court Ruling an '03 Issue

Updated: 11/15/2002 - Mississippi Attorney General told the state sheriffs' association a court ruling on campaign financing could affect their re-election bids.

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Senate Passes New Reform Bill

Updated: 11/15/2002 - The Mississippi Senate passed a new bill to protect businesses from large jury awards, but now the House must consider it.

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Riley Files in Supreme Court

Updated: 11/15/2002 - The Alabama Supreme Court has agreed to hear a motion filed in the state's gubernatorial dispute.

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Pastor Handcuffed

Updated: 11/14/2002 - A Meridian pastor says his civil rights were violated by a police officer Tuesday.

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Two Arrested Outside Sheriffs' Conference

Updated: 11/13/2002 - Signs identifying a local hotel as the site of a sheriffs' conference did not deter a Tennessee couple from being busted for pot possession.

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Sykes Endorses Harris

Updated: 11/13/2002 - Interim Lauderdale County supervisor Laura Sykes has endorsed Rickey Harris for the Nov. 19 runoff election.

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Leg. Approves Disaster Funds

Updated: 11/13/2002 - The Mississippi House of Representatives has approved disaster funding for Mississippi University for Women.

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Donations Needed

Updated: 11/13/2002 - It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and with that in mind, officials with Wesley House are reminding the public about the importance of donating.

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Iraq Accepts U.N. Plan

Updated: 11/13/2002 - Iraq has accepted a tough new U.N. resolution that will return U.N. weapons inspectors to the country after nearly four years.

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Sheriffs Converge on Meridian

Updated: 11/12/2002 - The Lauderdale County Sheriff's Department is hosting the Mississippi Sheriffs' Conference this week in Meridian.

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Ott: "Big Things to Come"

Updated: 11/12/2002 - The chairman of the Southern Arts and Entertainment Center, Paul Ott, spoke of a bright future for the Meridian-area.

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