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January 28th, 2015

Lady Bulldogs keep rolling

The Lady Bulldogs hosted the 14-2 Sebastopol Lady Bobcats Friday night in McAdams and came away with a hard-fought 68-65 win, moving their record to 15-3 on the year.

 

 

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Whippets drop two, win one

The Kosciusko Whippets dropped one Region 4 contest last week to Leake Central 49-39, won one against Noxubee County 47-45 on Friday and were crushed by non-disrict foe Pearl 76-39 on Saturday.  This pushed the Kosy’s record to 15-4 overall and 3-2 in region play.  

 

 

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Celebrating MLK Day

The life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was celebrated in Kosciusko Monday with a prayer service in front of city hall and a program at the junior high.

 

 

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Ball named Youth of the Year

A Kosciusko High School senior was recently named Youth of the Year for the second-straight year by the Oprah Winfrey Boys and Girls Club of Kosciusko-Attala County.

 

 

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300 youth participate in DNow

DNow (Discipleship Now) involved approximately 300 Attala County youth in a weekend retreat.

 

 

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City official inquires about hospital deal

Kosciusko Alderman Henry Daniel attended the Attala County Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday morning, asking county officials for an update on the ongoing lease issue at Montfort Jones Memorial Hospital.

 

 

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Two late night shootings under investigation

The Attala County Sheriff’s Office is investigating two shootings that happened late Monday night and early Tuesday morning.

 

 

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21 candidates qualify in first week

Most Attala County elected officials threw their names in the political hat again during the first week of qualifying for the 2015 primary election.

 

 

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White: Education issues are a priority for lawmakers

The Mississippi Legislature kicked off its election-year session last week, and one local lawmaker said he expects education issues to highlight much of the session.

 

 

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KPD looking into attempted break-in

The Kosciusko Police Department is asking for assistance in identifying two subjects who attempted to break-in a local business last week. Around midnight on Jan. 8, two subjects attempted to burglarize  Central Mississippi Firearms in Kosciusko. The two were unsuccessful in their attempt to pry open the iron bars and were scared away by the siren of the security system at the business. 

 

 

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