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Judge moves trial date of man accused of sending ricin-laced letters

TUPELO — An October trial date is set for a 41-year-old Tupelo man accused in a poison-letter scheme aimed at President Obama and two other elected officials. The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reports U.S. District Judge Sharion Aycock yesterday granted a delay from July 29 until Oct. 7 to try James Everett Dutschke. Dutschke is a former martial arts instructor ...

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Ex-Greenville Schools chief faces 25 years in lockup after kickback plea

Ex-Greenville Schools chief faces 25 years in lockup after kickback plea   Former Greenville Public Schools superintendent Dr. Harvey Andre Franklin, 56, faces 25 years in federal prison after pleading guilty Friday to receiving kickbacks from the award of a federally funded reading instruction contract. Franklin pleaded before U.S. District Judge Sharion Aycock, in Aberdeen, Mississippi to three counts of ...

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Panel sides with EPA over Yazoo Pump; board mulls another appeal

NEW ORLEANS — A federal appeals court panel sided yesterday with the Environmental Protection Agency over its 2008 veto of a $220 million flood control project near the Yazoo River in the south Mississippi Delta. >> RELATED: EPA admits it has no experts on Yazoo Pump Project. The Board of Mississippi Levee Commissioners sued the EPA in 2009 after the ...

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