Kim Blanton gives instructions as Jessica Tucker, left, and Alli Lopez ride some of her personal horses at Camp Meridale Thursday. Blanton owns Coyote Hills Stables and Coyote Hills Equine Rescue and
Therapeutic Riding in Chunky. See A1 for the story about her recent rescue.
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Trio face charges in shooting death
Authorities with the Meridian Police Department Friday morning confirmed they had arrested three people in connection with the shooting death of a Meridian native.
Roseanne Cash brings latest album to MSU Riley Center
She’s lived in the North for more than two decades, but listen to her most recent album and you’ll find that Roseanne Cash’s Southern roots and country music pedigree do not fade with time or separation.
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Police still chasing shooting calls
Meridian police are trying to sort out a flood of recent incidents that involve people shooting into occupied homes.
- 3 people charged with murder in Meridian death
Instead of traveling or staying indoors to play electronic games, members of a local church are encouraging their children to spend spring break by serving others and reaching out to their community with loving acts.
Furry friends fundraiser to benefit cancer research
Organizers expect a howling good time will be had by all Saturday from 2-4 p.m. at the Lauderdale County Agri-Center during the third annual Bark for Life, a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life.
Arson suspected in fire at deputy's home
Arson is suspected in an early morning Wednesday fire that destroyed the home of a Lauderdale County Sheriff's deputy.
Insurance, inmates topic of county work session
Insurance and housing inmates at the Lauderdale County Adult Detention Facility were two prominent issues discussed by members of the Lauderdale County Board of Supervisors at a Thursday morning work session.
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