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Weems Breaks Ground

Updated: 03/26/2003 - Weems Mental Health is building a new facility to treat children and youth in the Lauderdale County area.

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Auditors Grade City

Updated: 03/26/2003 - An auditing firm hired to track Meridian's financial condition presented its findings to the city council Tuesday.

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Suspects Appear in Court

Updated: 03/25/2003 - Three people charged in connection with an alleged theft ring in Clarke County made their initial appearances in court Monday.

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MHA Denied Grant

Updated: 03/25/2003 - The HUD turned back an $18 million grant request by the Meridian Housing Authority for a modernized development.

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Military Recruitment

Updated: 03/24/2003 - It appears that the war with Iraq is not hampering military recruitment efforts in Meridian.

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March Grand Jury Convenes

Updated: 03/24/2003 - A grand jury will hear evidence this week in more than 300 criminal cases.

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Jobless Rate Hits Seven Percent

Posted: 03/24/2003 - Mississippi's unemployment rate rose to 7-percent, but some local counties fared better and worse.

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Troops Deploy

Updated: 03/24/2003 - Members of the 186th Air Refueling Wing flew out Monday to join counterparts from around the nation in the War on Terror.

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The War and Children

Updated: 03/24/2003 - The war in Iraq likely occupies the thoughts of all of us to some degree, including children.

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Tuck: I Made Right Decision

Updated: 03/24/2003 - Lt. Gov. Any Tuck was the guest of Lauderdale County's Republican Women on Thursday.

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Bonita Burned

Updated: 03/21/2003 - The Mississippi Forestry Commission conducted controlled burns at Bonita Lakes Park Friday to help suppress wildfire activity.

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Suspects Charged with Attempted Murder

Updated: 03/21/2003 - Two of three people arrested by the Clarke County Sheriff's Department face attempted murder charges, related to an ongoing burglary investigation.

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Product Recalls

Updated: 03/21/2003 - S. Rothschild & Co. Inc. is recalling girls' winter jackets, Comarco Inc. is recalling power adapters and Walt Disney Parks and Resorts is recalling Woody dolls.

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Smallpox Vaccinations

Updated: 03/20/2003 - As part of homeland security, local officials are taking the necessary steps to prepare for a possible biological attack.

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Governor/ Security Advise

Updated: 03/20/2003 - With the nation at war, there's something you can do to help with the homeland security effort.

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Disabled Veterans

Posted: 03/20/2003 - If you are a disabled veteran and you have questions about benefits, help is on the way!

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Once and Again for Hope

Updated: 03/19/2003 - A shop featuring new and used merchandise, for the benefit of Hope Village for Children, is open for business in downtown Meridian.

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Fed Grand Jury Action

Updated: 03/19/2003 - The latest indictments released by the U. S. Attorney's Office show serious charges were filed in east Mississippi.

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Little Interest in Voting Maps

Updated: 03/19/2003 - Local residents and members of the city council mostly ignored the first public meeting in which redistricting maps were shown.

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Landowner Seeks Help

Updated: 03/19/2003 - A citizen has asked Lauderdale County for help in getting access to the Mall Road, but a city contract could stand in the way.

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Sales Tax, Bond Rates Look Good

Updated: 03/19/2003 - Sales tax collections for Fiscal 2003 are ahead of the previous year's showing. Plus, the interest rate on road paving bonds may rech a new low.

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ECCC Honors Thrash

Updated: 03/19/2003 - East Central Community College has established a scholarship in memory of faculty member, Thomas Thrash.

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Mississippi Security Measures

Updated: 03/19/2003 - With the threat of war both Mississippi and Alabama are under a state of emergency. Gov. Ronnie Musgrove was in Meridian Wenesday to address the issue.

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Chicks Get Fried

Updated: 03/19/2003 - Dixie Chicks music is not as prevalent on the airwaves lately. Lead singer Natalie Maines took a shot at the President in London, and later apologized, but it may not make a difference.

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