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Bobby Rush Attends Supervisors Conference

Updated: 04/02/2015 - Blues singer and musician Bobby Rush has been visiting Meridian this week. He was invited to attend and participate in sessions at the minority caucus of the Mississippi Association of Supervisors.

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Holt Files Appeal to Get Back on Ballot

Updated: 04/02/2015 - A Lauderdale County justice court judge candidate has taken the next step to get his name back on the ballot for the 2015 election.

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Ole Miss Chancellor Declines Contract Extension Offer

Updated: 04/02/2015 - Ole Miss chancellor, Dr. Dan Jones, has turned down a contract extension offered to him by the state College Board. It followed two weeks of protests after the same board declined to extend his contract beyond September.

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Precinct Changes for Upcoming Elections

Updated: 04/01/2015 - The county has recently moved some voting precincts and would like the city of Meridian to follow suit. Some of the precincts being changed are mostly due to parking or privacy issues.

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Alabama Legislature Back at Work

Updated: 03/31/2015 - Alabama lawmakers returned to Montgomery Tuesday to begin addressing a number of major issues remaining in the legislative session.

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Lawmakers Move to Mandate New State Testing Competition

Updated: 03/31/2015 - Senators want more work on a bill that would force the Mississippi Department of Education to relaunch a contract competition to pick state standardized tests with rules that would benefit the ACT organization.

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Disqualified Democratic Candidates Speak Out

Updated: 03/31/2015 - Disqualified Democratic candidates Eddie Gray Holt and Randle Jennings say they will seek a second opinion from the attorney general's office.

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Mississippi Mayor Indicted for Embezzlement

Updated: 03/30/2015 - The mayor of Terry, Miss., was arrested Monday by agents from the state auditor's and attorney general's offices on charges he embezzled from the city.

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IRS Wants to Require Tax Forms for Wins of $600 and Up

Posted: 03/30/2015 - Casino operators in South Mississippi are coming out against an IRS proposal that would require players to file tax forms any time they win $600 or more on slot machines, keno or bingo.

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