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Ministerial Group Affirms Support for NAACP

Updated: 02/19/2016 - The Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance has affirmed its support for the Lauderdale County NAACP in light of legal trouble for the organization's president.

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Ten School Districts Face Consolidation

Posted: 02/18/2016 - Mississippi lawmakers are pushing forward legislation to abolish two school districts and consolidate at least eight others.

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Sponsor Says Push for Statewide Charter Schools Out of Order

Posted: 02/18/2016 - The House Republican sponsoring a bill to expand access to charter schools in Mississippi says a Hinds County Democrat's amendment to allow the schools statewide was improper and will be stripped from the measure.

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Palmer Receives Heritage Award

Updated: 02/17/2016 - Long-time Meridian leader, Jesse Palmer, Sr., has been awarded for his hard work and dedication to the city.

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Bill Filed to Make Bible State Book

Updated: 02/17/2016 - A bill to make the Bible Mississippi's official state book has been filed before and failed. But Mississippi state Rep. Tom Miles is trying again.

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Military Academy Day Set for April

Posted: 02/16/2016 - Mississippi Cong. Gregg Harper will host the Third Congressional District's annual Military Academy Day at Madison Central High School Apr. 9.

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Another Accused of Bribing Epps

Posted: 02/16/2016 - Authorities say another man has been charged with bribing former Mississippi Corrections Commissioner Christopher Epps.

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Consolidation Considered to Cut Costs

Posted: 02/12/2016 - Mississippi lawmakers will consider bills to consolidate major state agencies and streamline services to save money.

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Philadelphia to Launch Website

Updated: 02/12/2016 - Users will go to www.philadelphiams.net to learn about community happenings, developing projects, and even city ordinances.

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N. Korea Sanctions Bill Sent to President

Posted: 02/12/2016 - Congress sent President Barack Obama legislation that aims to punish North Korea for pushing ahead with its nuclear weapons program.

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Right-To-Work Amendment Fails in Alabama House

Updated: 02/12/2016 - Republicans were unable to muster enough votes to put 'right-to-work' language in the Alabama Constitution saying workers can't be required to join unions.

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