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Neshoba County Fair: Meridian Day
Perched on the porch of their cabin, the Yates family was able to enjoy the Meridian Day festivities, which they say just as the fair, have grown tremendously over the years.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Crystal Dione Buie & Alphonse Raymond Taylor III
The bride is the granddaughter of Leatrice Buie and the late Jesse Buie of Brookhaven, MS, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chaney of Meridian, MS.
Shreveport Amtrak study finally under way
Kent Rodgers, North Louisiana Council of Governments executive director, tells The Times the study will look at the condition of existing railroad tracks between the cities, potential stops, hours of operation and the cost to operate the service.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
United Way Delivers School Supplies
In addition to all the school supplies collected, the organization also raised $17,000 in cash which was used for supply kits and uniform vouchers for school children.
Better Schools Better Jobs Brings Campaign to Meridian
The Boys and Girls Club of East Mississippi Gathered in the club's gymnasium this evening for a special cause.
Meridian Day at NCF Set for Wednesday
Organizers are preparing for Meridian Day at the Neshoba County Fair Wednesday. A Meridian delegation participates every year in Mississippi's Giant House Party.
Stock Seminar Set for Thursday
A seminar offering advice about choosing financial stocks will be offered in Meridian by a retired MSU Meridian accounting professor whose investments made more than $1 million over a 10-year period.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Memories Remain Alive after Jones Cleaners Torn Down
The community continues to reflect on the old Jones Cleaners building in Meridian after it was torn down this past week.
Heart Attack Leads to Crash on Meridian Highway
A man was killed Saturday morning on Highway 19 South in Meridian when he had a heart attack while driving.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
MPD Charges Home Invasion Suspect
One man is in custody for a home invasion that happened last month. Derlim Lemon is being charged with burglary for an incident happened June 19 in the 900 block of Myrtle Drive.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
"Love Out Loud" Concludes Second Annual Mission
Dumont Plaza was the site of a block party and worship service to mark the end of "Love Out Loud."
Stun Gun Incident Lands Firefighters, Police Officer in Trouble
Meridian city officials say disciplinary actions have been taken and more are coming after an incident involving a stun gun.
Apartment Fire Victims Latest
It was just after noon on July 11th when the lives of more than 30 residents who lived at Western Garden Apartments in Meridian were changed forever.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Lauderdale County Offers to Assist with Long Creek Reservoir
Lauderdale County leaders say they are working with Meridian city leaders to find a way to avoid draining a local reservoir.
DYW Program Gets Kicked off Thursday Night
The 2015 Distinguished Young Women Program of Mississippi program got kicked off Thursday night at the Temple Theatre in Meridian.
Business Owner Dies from Accident
Authorities say 72-year-old Robert Glenn died Thursday, 12 days after that explosion at Glenn Cylinder Head on Russell Drive in Meridian.
Restaurant Grand-opening:Downtown Development
Efforts to attract more businesses to downtown Meridian are succeeding. A grand opening was held today for a new soul food restaurant.
Meridian man dies in collision with 18-wheeler
Deon Herlong, 31, from the Meridian/Lauderdale area, died from blunt force trauma after his 2005 Chevrolet Tahoe was rear-ended at the intersection of Highway 45 and Primrose Road, according to Lowndes County Coroner Greg Merchant.
Outpatient Surgery Magazine
Nurse Who Wears Hearing Aids Alleges Job Discrimination
An OR nurse's claims that he was discriminated against due to his impaired hearing are worth examining at trial, says a Mississippi federal court.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
City of Meridian Draining Long Creek Reservoir
Randy Rives uses a drone to take pictures and video of the Long Creek Reservoir.