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Raid Continues At Greenetrack in Eutaw, Alabama

Posted: 06/30/2010 - The Alabama Supreme Court has once again cleared the way for the governor's gambling task force to raid the Greenetrack electronic bingo casino at Eutaw.

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Local Organizations Asks Meridian Public School Board to Reconsider

Updated: 06/30/2010 - Members of the Meridian/Lauderdale Branch of the NAACP and the Coalition of Community Leaders meet at the Fitkins Memorial Church of the Nazarene in Meridian. Members of the groups say they are unhappy with the process that resulted in the appointment of Dr. Randy McCoy as the Interim Superintendent of Meridian Public Schools.

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Sneak Peek at the Sparkle and Twang Exhibit

Updated: 06/30/2010 - A special press preview was shown at Peavey Electronics. It featured a look at country music star Marty Stuart's traveling collection of personal celebrity memorabilia, "Sparkle & Twang."

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New Law

Updated: 06/30/2010 - Starting tomorrow a new law will take affect that will impact many people in Mississippi. It's a law that will require a prescription from a doctor to purchase medications that contain pseudoephedrine and ephedrine.

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New MPSD Interim Superintendent Named

Updated: 06/29/2010 - Retired Tupelo superintendent, Dr. Randy McCoy, will begin working as Meridian Public School's interim superintendent July 12.

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Kidnapping

Posted: 06/29/2010 - A Louisville man is in custody following a weekend kidnapping.

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Church Vandalized

Updated: 06/28/2010 - For the third time in two weeks a Meridian church has been vandalized and church officials say they feel their church is not the only thing being targeted.

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Civitan Recruitment

Updated: 06/28/2010 - Perhaps you are familiar with the old military slogan about looking for a few "good men." Well, one local organization is now looking for a few "good women."

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Praise in the Park

Updated: 06/27/2010 - Sunday was another edition of Praise in the Park. Everyone was encouraged to attend the worship session.

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Vacation Bible School 2010 Kicks Off

Updated: 06/27/2010 - Sunday was day one of Vacation Bible School 2010 at First Assembly of Meridian. Boys and girls ages 4 to 11 kicked off this year with the them "Pirates on the High Seas".

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Preparations in Full Swing for Upcoming Exhibit

Updated: 06/27/2010 - Preparations are in full swing for a new exhibit that will soon kick off at the MSU Riley Center. It's the Sparkle and Twang Exhibit featuring authentic memorabilia from the career of country star and Philadelphia native, Marty Stuart.

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Meridian Man Dies in Helicopter Crash

Posted: 06/27/2010 - According to the Associated Press, the pilot, 51-year-old, William Charles Scott of Meridian was killed. The co-pilot, 49-year-old, David William Bergin, from Bend, Oregon, has been hospitalized.

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Long Time Employee Retires from MSU Meridian

Updated: 06/27/2010 - Officials with Mississippi State University offered an incentive program this year to all faculty members who retired. Linda Butler, took the incentive.

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Memorial Marker Dedication Ceremony

Updated: 06/27/2010 - Sounds of remembrance and recognition filled Meridian's Rose Hill Cemetery located on 7Th Street and 40th Avenue. Family members and friends with ancestors buried in the cemetery attended the dedication of the memorial marker honoring five Texas Confederate Soldiers.

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Mississippi Author in Meridian

Updated: 06/26/2010 - Ramona Bridges, a resident of Seminary, Mississippi signed copies of her Christian novel, Sweet By and By. She was available to do so Saturday at Meridian's Bible Book Store from 2 until 4p.m.

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Major Weight Loss

Updated: 06/26/2010 - Melanie Calvert Benton of Pearl, Mississippi struggled most of her life to control her weight issues. She made many attempts to lose the weight, but nothing proved successful until now. Since last year, she has lost 103 pounds.

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Newton Honors James Tillman

Updated: 06/25/2010 - A long-time employee of the city of Newton, James L. Tillman, is retiring after 39 years.

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Companies Take Advantage of MCC Workforce Training

Updated: 06/25/2010 - Not just anybody can weld like this. It takes special training. That's why two local industries, Tower Automotive and Van Zyverden, are sending some of their employees back to school.

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