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Clarke Business Closes

Updated: 02/11/2003 - Griffco Plastics had to close recently because the county alleges it is delinquent in tax payments.

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Victory Village II

Updated: 02/11/2003 - A Meridian public housing unit has been retired because of age. But with federal help, it may make a comeback.

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Healthwatch: Equipment Danger

Updated: 02/11/2003 - You might be putting a treadmill or stationary bike to good use, but it could be dangerous for children.

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March of Dimes Campaign

Updated: 02/11/2003 - The March of Dimes announced a five-year campaign to reduce premature births.

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2003 Forecast

Updated: 02/11/2003 - One business leader projects small growth in the economy this year, at least in part because of consumer debt.

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FBI, CIA: "Threat Justified"

Updated: 02/11/2003 - Top intelligence officials testified before a senate panel Tuesday in Washington.

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Hanging Death Update

Updated: 02/11/2003 - It has been a month since the hanging death of a Kemper County man and the autopsy results are still not available.

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Slay: Tags Part of Homestead Exemption

Updated: 02/11/2003 - Lauderdale County residents who try to cheat on car tag purchases could pay an even higher price on their property taxes.

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Senate Bill Targets K-5

Updated: 02/11/2003 - A bill passed by the state Senate would, if adopted, require five-year-olds registered for kindergarten to attend classes.

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"Flu" Runs Its Course

Flu

Updated: 02/11/2003 - Area schools still have many absences due to the flu and flu-like symptoms. Some schools had to close for a couple of days, but things are getting a little better.

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Authorities Seek Phony Fed

Updated: 02/10/2003 - Law enforcement received a report Monday of a White male posing as an FBI agent.

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Bridge Closing

Updated: 02/10/2003 - A bridge on Allen Swamp Road has been closed because of safety concerns.

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Mississippi Lawsuits

Updated: 02/10/2003 - The number of Mississippi lawsuit verdicts rated in the nation's top 100 decreased last year.

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DHS Budget Woes

Updated: 02/10/2003 - The Department of Human Services problems seem to be getting a little better, but there are still problems.

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LCSO Takes Over CP

Updated: 02/10/2003 - The duties of the County Patrol are now the responsibility of the Lauderdale County Sheriff's Department.

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Radar May be Dead

Updated: 02/10/2003 - An effort by Mississippi sheriffs to get authority to use speed radar probably won't pass, according to Rep. Bobby Moody.

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"Driving Lessons"

Updated: 02/10/2003 - With continued rain and cold temperatures, the highway patrol warns motorists to monitor the use of cruise control.

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Pilots Get Wings of Gold

Updated: 02/10/2003 - With the possibility of a war with Iraq looming, pilot training at NAS Meridian seems to take on added significance.

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Peavey Layoffs

Updated: 02/10/2003 - Peavey Electronics announced a reduction of 79 positions worldwide, citing general market conditions and consolidation efforts.

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Attorney Offers Defense

Updated: 02/10/2003 - A Meridian attorney defends himself against a contempt charge issued by a federal judge in Florida.

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Feds Issue Indictment

Updated: 02/10/2003 - A former employee of the Silver Star hotel and Casino has been indicted for alleged embezzlement.

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Gas Prices Spike

Updated: 02/07/2003 - The price of gasoline shot up 10 cents a gallon virtually overnight in the Meridian area.

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Acting Principal to be Named

Updated: 02/10/2003 - The announcement of an acting principal for West End Elementary School is set for Tuesday.

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"Flu" Gets Noxubee Schools

Updated: 02/07/2003 - The Noxubee County School District joined a growing list of school systems that closed for a couple of days due to flu or flu-like illnesses.

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