MERIDIAN — DRUMLine Live comes to the MSU Riley Center tonight at 7:30 p.m. Based on the 2002 movie "Drumline," musicians and dancers create show-stopping marching band interpretations of hip hop, R&B, and classic Motown tunes. Tickets are $37-$43. Call the box office at (601) 696-2200 or visit the website www.msurileycenter.com.
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Authorities are searching for a missing 20 year-old autistic male.
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Naval Technical Training Center (NTTC) Command Senior Chief Chris Leonard and
NTTC Commanding Officer Cmdr. Brett St. George accept artwork from Northeast Lauderdale
Elementary School Special Needs Teacher Jennifer Tabb and student Cody Vice.
Library scheduled to reopen May 20
The wait has been longer than anticipated, but Meridian/Lauderdale County Public Library will once again open – just in time for registration for the library's Summer Reading Program.
MHS students earn closer look at medical field
“I’d like to explore my options … I want to see what nursing has to offer.”
That’s what Redarius Fowler said when asked why he was taking part in Thursday’s unique camp, “Experience the O.N.E: Hospital Stay.” Fowler was one of 20 Meridian High School male ninth graders taking a part in the unique opportunity.
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