Archive - 2014

Date

September 1st

Bettye Allen Bruce

 

 

 

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August 28th

Kosciusko on safest cities list

The City of Kosciusko was named as the No. 7 safest city in Mississippi in a study released Thursday by a national organization.

Safe Choice Security released the list after consulting with 2013 FBI Crime Data for more than 100 cities in Mississippi. The group compared property crimes and violent crimes to come up with a list of the 14 safest cities in Mississippi.

 

 

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Fire destroys family home

The home of Clay and Summer Ferguson was destroyed by fire on Tuesday morning.

A report of a fire at the home, located in the Tracewood subdivision near Kosciusko, was called in around 7 a.m. Attala County Fire and Rescue was in charge of the scene, while the Kosciusko Fire Department also responded to the blaze. According to reports, the fire began in a downstairs bathroom. Summer Ferguson and her five children were home when the fire started. They escaped without injuries.

 

 

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August 27th

Texas bikers spread The Gospel

A group of bikers from Texas recently spent several days in central Mississippi, spreading a message of hope and love.

 

 

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Evangelist praying over Attala County

Rick Edwards accepted the call to ministry at the age of 13. Since that time, he has seen his share of ups and downs, but he says God has been with him through it all.

 

 

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City passes 2015 budget

During a meeting last week, the Kosciusko Board of Aldermen voted to approve the city budget for the 2015 fiscal year.

 

 

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Presley holds town hall meeting

Attala County residents had the opportunity to address a member of the Mississippi Public Service Commission during a town hall in Kosciusko last week.

 

 

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First trip to Oxford a great experience

Our family has lived in Mississippi for a little more than a year now. 

 

 

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Our View: Cities show public likes smoking ban

t is often said that the states are the incubator for the nation. Public policy ideas get tested and refined at the state level.  Once the ideas prove workable and effective on a smaller scale, then Congress considers implementing them nationwide. 

 

 

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Flashbacks

Editor’s note: Flashbacks highlights news from The Star-Herald from 25 and 50 years ago.

 

 

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