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Students Sell Art for Haiti

Updated: 02/19/2010 - Students at West Lauderdale Elementary School came up with a creative way to help victims of the earthquake in Haiti.

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Meridian Smoking Ordinance Now in Effect

Updated: 02/19/2010 - A smoking ordinance went into effect Friday in Meridian. It effectively bans smoking in public buildings, including restaurants and bars. Not everyone is happy about it.

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Colleges Offering Tuition Aid

Posted: 02/19/2010 - Some of Mississippi's public universities have started tuition assistance programs aimed at keeping students in school despite growing education costs.

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Florida Seeks Extradition of Harrell

Posted: 02/19/2010 - Gov. Charlie Crist is asking Mississippi officials to extradite a man who is a "person of interest" in the slaying of a 7-year-old girl.

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Appeals Court Rules in Ex-Guard Officer's Lawsuit

Posted: 02/19/2010 - A federal appeals court has upheld the dismissal of portions of a lawsuit filed by a former Mississippi Air National Guard colonel who claimed other officers retaliated against him for revealing corruption in his unit.

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Quitman School Using Art in Learning

Updated: 02/18/2010 - Quitman Lower Elementary put some of the art work its students have been doing on display to the community Thursday, to let them see how it's being utilized in learning.

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Hatcher Looks Back on Haiti Earthquake, Part 2

Updated: 02/18/2010 - Missionary William Hatcher says he's more committed than ever to helping the people of Haiti. He was there to do just that when an earthquake devastated the country.

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Vehicle Hits Building in Mishap

Updated: 02/18/2010 - A Toyota Venza crashed into a brick building in Meridian, with the driver saying it lunged forward without warning.

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Universities Get Message to Trim Budgets

Updated: 02/19/2010 - Following a request from Mississippi State University president, Dr. Mark Keenum, a committee that included faculty, staff and students, has issued a report with some ideas for cost cutting. They could affect MSU's Meridian campus.

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County Administrator Never Formally Resigned

Updated: 02/18/2010 - It has been one month since the debate began about whether Lauderdale County administrator, Mike Sumrall resigned or was fired. Now an e-mail has surfaced which could answer some questions.

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MBCI Sponsors Cultural Festival

Updated: 02/18/2010 - The Education through Cultural and Historical Organizations will bring a festival to Philadelphia Feb. 23.

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College Board Asks Universities to Confer

Posted: 02/18/2010 - Mississippi University for Women president, Dr. Claudia Limbert, says she and Mississippi State University officials will explore ways to consolidate operations.

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High Court Upholds Dismissal of Lawsuit

Posted: 02/18/2010 - The Mississippi Supreme Court has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit brought by black workers who claimed a supervisor used a racial slur when talking about them.

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Senate Approves $79 Million Budget Plug

Posted: 02/18/2010 - The Mississippi Senate has agreed to a House plan to restore $79 million in state budget cuts. It will likely be vetoed by the governor.

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Community Colleges Seek Funding Boost

Updated: 02/18/2010 - Representatives of Mississippi's 15 community and junior colleges went to the Capitol Thursday, urging legislators to steer more money their way.

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Local Donation Made to Run for the Wall

Posted: 02/17/2010 - The annual Run for the Wall will be making its way from the west coast to Washington, D.C., later this year, with help from the Montgomery Foundation.

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Believers Mark Ash Wednesday

Updated: 02/17/2010 - Worshipers gathered at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Meridian to celebrate the first day of the Lenten season.

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