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MDOT to Perform Chip Seal Work

Updated: 06/25/2012 - The Mississippi Department of Transportation plans to begin a chip seal operation Tuesday that will affect five counties in total, including Kemper and Noxubee.

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No Quorum for Council Meeting

Updated: 06/22/2012 - The Meridian City Council did not have a quorum for a recessed meeting Friday afternoon.

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PSC Says No to Mississippi Power Increase

Updated: 06/22/2012 - The Mississippi Public Service Commission Friday denied Mississippi Power Co.'s request for a rate increase to help pay for a power generating plant.

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Program Aims to Reduce Hunger in Mississippi

Posted: 06/21/2012 - The nonprofit National Urban League and meat processor Tyson Foods are starting a yearlong program to battle hunger for about 19,000 people in Mississippi.

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Shelter in Jeopardy

Updated: 06/22/2012 - Despite widespread publicity, the recent concert to save Meridian's only shelter for families fell far short of its goal.

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Resident Says County Doing Private Work

Updated: 06/18/2012 - The ongoing controversy between residents of one eastern Lauderdale County road and the board of supervisors surfaced again at a board meeting Monday.

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Hosemann Starts Voter ID Process

Posted: 06/18/2012 - Mississippi's secretary of state says his office is ready to assist voters who don't have an approved form of identification for voting.

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Meridian Road Projects

Updated: 06/13/2012 - With bond money coming in, Meridian City Council members have to decide how to distribute the funds.

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Thompson Seeks Investigation of VA Hospital

Posted: 06/13/2012 - A Mississippi congressman says he's asking federal authorities to investigate the G.V. Sonny Montgomery Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Jackson.

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Company Fined for No-Call Violations

Posted: 06/13/2012 - The Mississippi Public Service Commission has received $6,000 from a settlement reached regarding alleged violations of the No Call Law.

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Leaders Cautious about Recovery

Updated: 06/11/2012 - State Rep. Greg Snowden said Mississippi's revenue report, as of the end of May, up about 5 percent over the previous fiscal year.

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Jackson County's Katrina Debt Forgiven

Posted: 06/11/2012 - The government has forgiven $10.5 million that Jackson County borrowed after Hurricane Katrina from FEMA's Community Disaster Loan program.

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Hood Says Court Shouldn't Stay Execution

Posted: 06/08/2012 - The Mississippi attorney general's office says the state Supreme Court should not grant a stay of execution for an inmate scheduled to die by injection Tuesday.

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Petition Started to Protect Historic District

Updated: 06/08/2012 - Some people who live in the Poplar Springs Historic District are doing what they can to stop Dollar General from opening a new location there.

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Shelbourn Talks about Retirement

Updated: 06/07/2012 - Meridian Police Chief Lee Shelbourn says his upcoming retirement is not due to contention with other city officials.

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Moratorium Vetoed

Updated: 06/07/2012 - Meridian Mayor Cheri Barry has vetoed a moratorium that was passed earlier this week by the Meridian City Council.

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