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Alumni Association Hosts Essay, Oratorical Contest

Updated: 02/05/2016 - Several students took their talents to the stage Friday in the Sumter County Alumni Association's Annual Essay and Oratorical Contest in conjunction with Black History Month.

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Second Annual Governor's Job Fair

Updated: 02/04/2016 - Hundreds of people were filling out applications and talking with potential employers at the second annual Governor's Job Fair Network event in Meridian on Thursday.

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LCSD, EMCC Reopen Thursday

Updated: 03/09/2016 - Lauderdale County School District and East Mississippi Community College will resume their regular schedules Thursday.

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Tornado Slams West Lauderdale Baseball Field

Updated: 02/03/2016 - A 50-foot tree was toppled, a fence torn and roofs blown off at Jerry Boatner Field after a tornado left its mark at West Lauderdale High School.

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2016 Lauderdale County Spelling Bee

Updated: 01/29/2016 - The 2016 Lauderdale County Spelling Bee winner was McKayla Odom, a student at Southeast Lauderdale Middle School.

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The Woman Behind the Milken Award

Updated: 01/24/2016 - Rhonda Burrage, recipient of the Milken Award in Mississippi says she got her desire to teach in the 7th grade

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UWA Cheerleader Remembered in Memorial

Updated: 01/21/2016 - Bethany Joyce Harris was remembered Wednesday evening in a memorial held on the campus of The University of West Alabama

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MPSD Teacher Receives Milken Educator Award

Updated: 01/20/2016 - Magnolia Middle School math teacher Rhonda Burrage was surprised Wednesday at a school assembly, where she was presented the prestigious Milken Educator Award for Mississippi.

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MCC Observes MLK Day

Updated: 01/14/2016 - Meridian Community College observed Dr. Martin Luther King Day a little early with a special program Thursday.

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Alabama's Graduation Rate Improves

Posted: 01/14/2016 - Alabama has reached a record graduation rate, with nearly nine out of 10 students now leaving high school with a diploma.

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Superintendents, Appointed vs. Elected

Posted: 01/14/2016 - Mississippi's school superintendents reach the top spot in different ways. Some are elected. Others are appointed. Some state leaders want to make all the positions appointed.

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New Changes to the LCSD

Updated: 01/13/2016 - The Lauderdale School District is promoting several internal workers to take over district job openings.

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NJROTC Unit Undergoes Inspection

Updated: 01/12/2016 - Northeast High School’s Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps underwent a rigorous inspection Tuesday.

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Superintendent Moves Forward With Neshoba School Bond

Updated: 01/07/2016 - The $14 million bond issue for Neshoba County is in the beginning stages. Superintendent Joe Killens says to be able to start construction, some site clearing needs to be done first.

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Local 4-H Club to Host Meet and Greet

Updated: 01/08/2016 - The MSU Extension office of Lauderdale County will be hosting a Kick-Off meet and greet on Monday, January 11, for local students interested in joining the 4-H club.

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Back in the Classroom

Updated: 01/07/2016 - Students with the Meridian Public School District made their way back into the classrooms after winter break and students, teachers and administrators are ready to continue learning for another semester.

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Requests for Special Education Money Fall Short

Posted: 12/29/2015 - Demand so far has been low for $6,500 scholarships that Mississippi is awarding to parents of special education students to use in private or home schooling.

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