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Civil Service hearings continue today
The way applicants are tested for jobs in the city of Meridian is at the heart of testimony in hearings for four Civil Service commissioners that lasted all day Thursday and continues this morning.
Easter celebrations will get started a little early this weekend when The Meridian Star hosts a Fun Day.
Slow recovery expected for senator
Doctors at University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson continue to take things as slowly as possible with state senator and Lauderdale County resident Videt Carmichael.
Bomb threat clears Meridian Walmart
A Thursday morning bomb threat at the Walmart Supercenter adjacent to Lowe's on 2nd Street South in Meridian turned out to be a false alarm.
MLT Variety Sale this weekend
The Meridian Little Theatre Guild's spring Variety Sale returns this weekend.
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