USA TODAY NETWORK - MISSISSIPPI- Lauren Bush was 16 years old when she first used meth. She had been sexually abused, and the drug made her feel better.  

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USA TODAY NETWORK - MISSISSIPPI- Lauren Bush was 16 years old when she first used meth. She had been sexually abused, and the drug made her feel better.

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CLARKSDALE - They enrolled at Coahoma Community College with their hopes set on earning their GED. 

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It took four kids and a divorce to get an East Lincoln woman on the right track.

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Mississippi's economy rises and falls on its ability to put people to work in jobs thta pay family-sustaining wages.

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Napoleon Miller spent his childhood as a ward of the state of Mississippi, bouncing from home to home and school to school.

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He excelled in athletics and describes himself as being an "OK" student, but getting involved with the wrong crowd landed him in jail.

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ELLISVILLE - Mississippi's community colleges were recently given a new tool to help those who want to improve their success in the job market with a three-year grant called MI-BEST or Mississippi Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training. 

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PASCAGOULA, Miss. – Jesse Sund, of Pascagoula, is looking forward to leaving for boot camp as he plans to join the U.S. Army, but just a few months ago, Sund was unemployed and did not know what his future held.

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Mississippi State Senator Angela Burks Hill spoke at Pearl River Community College Monday in support of the Mississippi Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training program.

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