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Choctaw Indian Fair

Updated: 07/11/2002 - The 53rd Annual Choctaw Indian Fair is underway at the Pearl River Reservation.

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Hall:"Drivers Have to be Aware"

Updated: 07/10/2002 - Transportation Commissioner Dick Hall said excessive speed and driver inattention are most to blame for recent highway tragedies.

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Shows Sets Town Meeting

Updated: 07/10/2002 - Cong. Ronnie Shows has scheduled a hearing about WorldCom.

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AL Governor Cleared

Updated: 07/10/2002 - The state ethics commission issued a ruling, clearing Gov. Don Siegelman of wrongdoing.

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Building the Community

Updated: 07/10/2002 - Lauderdale County's Women's Build coalition is planning its third project, to begin in Meridian.

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Burglary Suspect Arrested

Updated: 07/10/2002 - The York Police Department has arrested a suspect officials say could be responsible for a string of burglaries.

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Bioterrorism Workshop

Updated: 07/10/2002 - Local officials got a chance Wednesday to test their skills at handling a bioterrorism scare.

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Choctaw Open Geyser Falls

Updated: 07/10/2002 - The Pearl River Resort is no longer just about gaming, golf, and dining. Geyser Falls Water Park makes it a family destination.

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Heat Can Be Dangerous

Updated: 07/10/2002 - The intense summer heat can be dangerous for people working or exercising outdoors, or for the elderly in any environment.

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Advisory Lifted

Updated: 07/10/2002 - A precautionary boil water notice for customers of Russell Utilities has been lifted.

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Americorps Expansion

Updated: 07/09/2002 - Americorps is seeking eligible applicants to run new programs in 2003-2004.

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USDE Releases "Failing" List

Updated: 07/10/2002 - Two Lauderdale County high schools, two Meridian elementary schools, and high schools in Kemper and Winston Counties, have been included on a list of 122 failing schools.

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Water, Boating Safety

Updated: 07/08/2002 - Staying safe on the water could be as simple as wearing an appropriate flotation device.

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Home Improvements

Updated: 07/08/2002 - Most of the time people work to get paid. However, this week some young people are doing just the opposite.

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Property Tax Could Go Higher

Updated: 07/08/2002 - Higher property appraisals could mean higher taxes for Lauderdale County residents, unless the board of supervisors compensates by lowering the millage rate.

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School Registration

Updated: 07/08/2002 - School for students in the Meridian Public School District will start exactly one month from Monday.

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Diving Death

Updated: 07/08/2002 - A Choctaw County man has died from injuries he sustained in a recent diving accident.

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Wreck Injures One

Updated: 07/08/2002 - State troopers say driver fatigue may have contributed to an interstate wreck Monday.

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Tort Reform

Updated: 07/08/2002 - To some it is being called "Jackpot Justice," large cash awards in lawsuits in Mississippi. Does something need to be done about it?

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WorldCom Execs Plead 5th

Updated: 07/08/2002 - Lawmakers in Washington opened hearings into the bookkeeping practices of Clinton-based WorldCom.

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WorldCom Lawsuit

Updated: 07/08/2002 - WorldCom shareholders have filed suit against the Clinton based company.

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Bush to Campaign for Riley

Updated: 07/08/2002 - The President plans to come to Alabama to campaign for gubernatorial candidate Bob Riley.

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