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Rural Growth and Demand

Updated: 06/07/2003 - Rural water associations face monetary decisions as the demand for their services grow.

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Wreck Claims One Life

Updated: 07/23/2002 - A three vehicle collision in Lauderdale County Monday claimed the life of James Williamson, 71, of Causeyville.

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Prison Guard Charged with Extortion

Updated: 07/23/2002 - Clarke County deputies and the East Mississippi Drug Task Force helped uncover evidence in an alleged scheme to get drugs into the prison.

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UBS: "Blood Supply Low"

Updated: 07/30/2002 - United Blood Services is preparing for a major blood drive, its "Blood Bonanza", on July 25, 26, and 27.

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Constitutional Amendment on Ballot

Updated: 07/23/2002 - Mississippi has received approval from the federal government to place a state Constitutional Amendment on the Nov. 5 ballot.

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Guilty Plea

Updated: 07/23/2002 - A Kemper County man pled guilty Tuesday to the sexual battery of a minor.

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Suspect Shot

Updated: 07/22/2002 - A suspect was wounded in a struggle with a Neshoba County deputy late Sunday night.

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Church Approves School Expansion

Updated: 07/22/2002 - On a unanimous vote, Calvary Baptist Church approved expansion of its school to include junior and senior high this coming year.

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Save Merrehope Plan Launched

Updated: 07/22/2002 - The Meridian Restoration Foundation has launched a drive to save Meridian's historic treasures, Merrehope and the F.W. Williams House.

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Terra Nova Test Results

Updated: 07/22/2002 - Some important tests results were released, and there is good news and bad news.

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WorldCom Developments

Updated: 07/22/2002 - An independent examiner will look into charges of possible fraud and mismanagement in WorldCom's downfall.

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Vaccines Required for School

Updated: 07/22/2002 - Students entering preschool and kindergarten in Mississippi for the 2002-2003 year must be vaccinated for chicken pox.

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Executed Killer Speaks

Updated: 07/22/2002 - Tracy Alen Hansen wrote a letter to the Associated Press just days befrore he was executed.

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Pork Recall

Updated: 07/22/2002 - Twenty thousand pork neckbones were recalled in more than 10 states.

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VT-7 Change of Command

Updated: 07/19/2002 - The leadership of Training Squadron 7 at NAS Meridian changed hands with the departure of Commander Michael Sherlock.

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ABA Led By Civil Rights Lawyer

Updated: 07/19/2002 - The Alabama Bar Association elected its first Black president on a unanimous vote.

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MCC Honors Students

Updated: 07/19/2002 - Students at Meridian Community College, studying practical nursing, were recognized Friday.

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Choctaw Co. Seeks Upgrades

Updated: 07/19/2002 - An appropriation for Choctaw County, Alabama's, Emergency Management has cleared a hurdle in the U.S. Senate.

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West Nile in MS

Updated: 07/19/2002 - The Mississippi Board of Animal Health has found West Nile Virus in three counties.

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Amtrak Gets Needed Funds

Updated: 07/19/2002 - Congress is ready to give the go-ahead to an emergency $205 million appropriation for the passenger rail system.

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School Changes

Updated: 07/19/2002 - Two local schools are preparing for some major changes this fall.

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MS Tests Scores Higher

Updated: 07/18/2002 - Some good news for Mississippi and its school children was released Thursday by the State Board of Education.

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Carousel Horses Unveiled

Updated: 07/18/2002 - The Around Town Carousels Abound Project includes two carousel horses that now grace Meridian's rail and bus depot, Union Station on Front Street.

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