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Healthwatch: Soft Baseballs

Updated: 02/05/2003 - More than two million children play Little League baseball in the United States. A new study suggests it could be safer.

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The Future and Space

Updated: 02/05/2003 - The Space Shuttle Columbia disaster touched many Americans, including students across the nation.

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Teacher of the Year Named

Updated: 01/31/2003 - Meridian Public Schools teacher of the Year is Robin Hall of Magnolia Middle School.

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Gov. to Sign Education Bills

Updated: 01/31/2003 - Gov. Ronnie Musgrove says he will sign comprehensive education funding bills next Tuesday.

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Riding the "E-Bus" to Learning

Updated: 01/30/2003 - A rolling technology lab sponsored by Pearson Digital Learning visited Oakland Heights Elementary School, where its programs are already being used.

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Distance Learning from "Home"

Updated: 01/29/2003 - Students at Quitman High School talked to U.S. Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman Wednesday, as part of the USDA's new program to expand telecommunication technology to rural America.

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City, Emergency Workers Saluted

Updated: 01/27/2003 - Students from St. Patrick Catholic School marked National Catholic Schools Week by honoring public servants in Meridian.

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Reason for Reading

Updated: 01/24/2003 - How would you like to be able to pour slime on your principal and get away with it?

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UWA Alerts

Updated: 01/24/2003 - Officials from the University of West Alabama are speaking out about errors recently found in the state's evaluation process.

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School Board Decision Pending

Updated: 01/22/2003 - A decision on the new superintendent of Jefferson Parish schools is expected soon. Meridian superintendent Dr. Janet McLin is in the final four.

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Supt. Search to Involve Citizens

Updated: 01/22/2003 - Meridian's search for a new, permanent school superintendent will involve voices from the community. At least two groups will help identify criteria for the selection.

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McLin in Running for Supt. Post

Updated: 01/21/2003 - Retiring Meridian Public School superintendent Dr. Janet McLin is being considered for superintendent of the third largest school district in Louisiana.

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Putting Education First?

Updated: 01/21/2003 - The Mississippi House is already working on an education funding bill, targeting quick passage.

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MCC Remembers the Dream

Updated: 01/20/2003 - A commemoration service at Meridian Community College Friday marked the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. State Sen. Alice Harden delivered the keynote address.

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Gov. at Oakland Heights, MCCSA

Updated: 01/20/2003 - Mississippi's governor visited a Meridian school and a service agency to talk about community needs and education.

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Lee to Lead MSU

Updated: 01/17/2003 - Dr. Charles Lee, interim president of Mississippi State University, was tapped by the College Board to take the position on a long-term basis.

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KAB Promotes Youth Participation

Updated: 01/16/2003 - Mini-grants are available through the Keep America Beautiful Commission for young people working on environmental projects.

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MPS Names New Supt.

Updated: 01/15/2003 - Sylvia Autry will lead the Meridian Public School District in the next school year as superintendent. Carver principal Robert Markham will also move to the central office.

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Leadership Lauderdale Youth

Updated: 01/15/2003 - A group of Lauderdale County 11th Grade students is learning about leadership. Students got some hands-on experience Tuesday.

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Khayat: "Invest in Education"

Updated: 01/14/2003 - University of Mississippi chancellor touted the strong tie between education and economic success to Meridian-area business leaders.

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MPS Board to Name Interim Supt.

Updated: 01/14/2003 - The Meridian School Board will name an interim school superintendent on Wednesday. Several educators agree the choice for a permanent replacement for the retiring Dr. Janet McLin is critical for this community.

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Summer Start Gets High Marks

Updated: 01/13/2003 - Educators indicate the governor's plan for enhancing early childhood education is a good idea.

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Christmas Stories

Updated: 12/20/2002 - Storyteller Sarah Mutziger will share three Christmas stories for an adult-child audience Saturday at the Meridian-Lauderdale County Public Library.

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Recovery Begins After Twister

Storm Damage

Updated: 12/20/2002 - The governor declared a state of emergency in Newton, after the town was hit by a tornado early Thursday afternoon. Newton schools are closed Friday.

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School Burglaries

Updated: 12/17/2002 - Local authorities ask for the public's help in solving a string of burglaries at Northeast Lauderdale High School.

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