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JuCo Study Reveals Value

Updated: 10/28/2002 - A study to see the effects community and junior colleges in Mississippi have on the state's workforce revealed the true value of two-year institutions.

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Partners in Education Honored

Updated: 10/22/2002 - Carver Middle School recognized its Adopt-a-School and Adopt-a-Student "partners."

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MPS Hears Pay Issue

Updated: 10/22/2002 - The debate over whether hourly employees should be paid 12 times a year versus nine was raised at the Meridian School Board meeting.

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Bomb Threat Arrest

Updated: 10/21/2002 - Police arrested a suspect in a bomb threat to a local school, but the accused is not a student.

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Fifth Annual ‘My College Cares’

Updated: 10/18/2002 - The spirit of volunteerism ran rampant in Meridian Thursday, thanks to students and staff of Meridian Community College.

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Sniper Affects School Activities

Updated: 10/16/2002 - So far, nine people have been killed in sniper shootings in and around Washington D.C. Heightened security in the area, is not only causing concern for residents there, but also for many here.

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School Vandalism Arrests

Updated: 10/15/2002 - An investigation into recent vandalism at West Lauderdale and Southeast high schools resulted in the arrests of 12 suspects, a mix of adults and juveniles.

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Bomb Threat Suspect Arrested

Updated: 10/08/2002 - A suspect has been charged with making two bomb threats to Meridian High School.

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County Considers Curfew?

Updated: 10/03/2002 - The Lauderdale County Board of Supervisors was asked by one of its own to consider a curfew for juveniles.

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Ole Miss: Lasting Opportunity

Updated: 10/03/2002 - The University of Mississippi campus is back to normal after a day of celebration, but officials say they want the spirit to last.

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Schools Vandalized

Updated: 10/02/2002 - The campuses of West Lauderdale and Southeast Attendance Centers were badly damaged by vandals.

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Ole Miss Anniversary, Local Reaction

Updated: 10/01/2002 - Tuesday marked the 40th anniversary of the first African-American student's entrance into the University of Mississippi.

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School Safety

Updated: 10/01/2002 - Meridian Public School officials are asking for the public's help in addressing safety concerns.

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Forty Years of Opportunity

Updated: 09/27/2002 - Forty years ago, the walls of segregation collapsed in Mississippi's higher education system.

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Bomb Threat Stalls Classes

Posted: 09/25/2002 - Two phony bomb threats were called in to Meridian High School Wednesday morning.

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J.C. Watts Visit

Updated: 09/20/2002 - Oklahoma Congressman, J.C. Watts paid a visit to Meridian on Friday.

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See You at the Pole

Updated: 09/18/2002 - Local students joined millions across the country in praying together in the 12th Annual "See You at the Pole."

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Pledging Allegiance

Updated: 09/17/2002 - President Bush led the nation in a unified recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance Tuesday, which is also the 215th anniversary of the signing of the Constitution.

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Securing Schools

Updated: 09/17/2002 - In the wake of last year's terrorist attacks, schools have examined how they could increase security and do a better job of protecting students.

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School Bomb Threat

Updated: 09/13/2002 - Someone called in a bomb threat to Meridian Police Friday morning, indicating a device had been placed at Kate Griffin Junior High.

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Remembering and Moving On

Updated: 09/11/2002 - Schools joined towns and local governments in commemorating the single worst event in American history, but also demonstrated the recovery of a nation's spirit.

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Mississippi Remembers 9-11

Updated: 09/11/2002 - Ceremonies marking the day terror struck the United States at home will be held in schools and government facilities across Mississippi.

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UWA Approves Pres. Contract

Updated: 09/09/2002 - The University of West Alabama's Board of Trustees has approved a four-year contract for its president, Dr. Richard Holland.

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Internet Education

Updated: 09/09/2002 - Distance learning, utilizing the Internet, is becoming more widely accepted. Working mothers have found their niche at Meridian Community College.

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Johnson: Accountability First

Updated: 09/06/2002 - Mississippi's new school superintendent, Dr. Henry Johnson, is touring the state, sharing his message of academic accountability.

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