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Bryant Declares State of Emergency

Updated: 02/03/2016 - Gov. Phil Bryant issued a State of Emergency for Lauderdale County following severe storms and tornadoes that moved through the state Tuesday and early Wednesday morning.

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Bryant Calls Special Session

Updated: 02/03/2016 - Gov. Phil Bryant is calling a special session beginning Thursday to consider incentives for two economic development projects pursued by the state of Mississippi.

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Alabama Lawmakers Begin 2016 Session

Updated: 02/02/2016 - Alabama lawmakers began the 2016 legislative session Tuesday facing familiar budget woes and potential new debates.

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Supervisors Talk about Upgrades to Properties

Updated: 02/01/2016 - Since the Mississippi Supreme Court denied an appeal that temporarily halted plans for a $14 million bond issue, Lauderdale County supervisors have been looking at where the money is most needed.

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Kemper County Reviews Inter-Local Agreement

Updated: 02/01/2016 - A proposed inter-local agreement between the town of DeKalb and Kemper County for law enforcement services was discussed at the board of supervisors meeting Monday.

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Job Fair Slated for Meridian Feb. 4

Updated: 01/28/2016 - The Meridian Win Job Center helped job seekers prepare to make the most of their opportunities as a job fair approaches.

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Mississippi Businessman Jack Reed, Sr., Dies

Posted: 01/28/2016 - Jack Reed Sr., the Tupelo businessman who lost a race for governor in 1987 after serving as the first chairman of Mississippi's reformed state Board of Education, has died.

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Dutschke Pursues Appeal in 5th Circuit

Posted: 01/28/2016 - A Mississippi man seeks to overturn his 2014 conviction that he sent poison-laced letters to President Obama and others.

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AG Announces Legislative Agenda

Updated: 01/27/2016 - Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood announced his legislative agenda for 2016 Wednesday.

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Sentencing Delayed in Prison Bribery Case

Posted: 01/26/2016 - Former Mississippi Corrections Commissioner Christopher Epps and two men who have admitted to bribing him won't be sentenced until at least April.

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