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- Officers complete academy
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- Guardsman graduates basic
Audit: City in good financial shape
City coffers grew by more than $4 million in fiscal year 2012, according to the results of an annual audit.
Conference tackles stubborn challenges
How can we create large-scale social and economic changes in Mississippi? That's the question of Mississippi's nonprofit, government and philanthropic organizations worked to answer last week as they gathered in Jackson for the 2013 Positioned for Progress conference.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church will present a concert featuring the Ohio Northern University National Tour Choir in the church’s Parish Hall on Thursday, at 7:30 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. A freewill love offering for the touring group will be taken
Chamber to host Possum Holla music festival
Clarke County Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for a first time area Possum Holla music festival Friday and Saturday.
EMBDC Awards Head of the Class
The East Mississippi Business Development Corporation’s Education Committee recently awarded their spring semester 2013 Head of the Class winners. The Head of the Class program is for high school students participating in technical and career education from each of the city and county schools, grades 10-12.
Bridge club hosts awards luncheon
The Meridian Queen City Duplicate Bridge Club hosted an awards luncheon and bridge game for exceptional players and their supporters in 2012.
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