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October 22nd, 2014

Have you heard about this Ebola thing?

If you have been awake in Mississippi any time over the last week or so, there are a couple things that you have probably heard about.

 

 

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Our View: Downtown activity a good thing

In the past seven days, downtown Kosciusko has been a beacon of activity.

 

 

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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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Giving back

There are things we give that will outlive us. This train of thought pulled into my mental terminal a few weeks ago while sitting on the back deck watching our great nephew Jordan play.

 

 

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A haunting experience

I have told you about the old Strain House that my grandfather, on my Price side, lived in when I was young. 

 

 

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Whippets dominate Feds

Nine games in, the Whippets are 7-2 after a thorough 38-7 beating of the Caledonia Confederates in Region 4-4A play.  The win pushed the Whippet region record to 2-1 with a trip to Leake Central, 6-3 overall and 1-2 in region play, on Friday night at 7 p.m. up next for Kosciusko.

 

 

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Ethel falls in second round

The Ethel Lady Tiger softball team started their playoff run with a 17-7 and 12-5 series win over Stringer last Tuesday night.  Erin Watkins pitched for the Lady Tigers, getting both wins.  Shelby Lindsay and Brooklyn Pitt both had home runs for the Lady Tigers, and Brooklyn Whitman, Avery Bouchillon and Sidney Rone collected multiple hits as well.  Both games went back and forth before the Lady Tigers put together hits late in both games to pull away from the Lady Red Devils.

 

 

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Noxapater too much for Ethel

The Ethel Tigers hosted Noxapater last Friday night and dropped the contest 54-16 to fall to 0-9 on the year.  Noxapater led the Tigers 6-0 after one quarter of play and 28-8 at the half.  The Tigers got on the board again in the third quarter with another touchdown and two-point conversion but Noxapater was able to score twice, failing to convert the PAT both times, to push their lead to 40-16.  Noxapater shut the Tigers out in the fourth quarter and scored two more touchdowns to push their final margin of victory to 54-16.

 

 

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Panthers lose battle with Pelahatchie 35-21

Going into the 2014 football season, veteran French Camp Academy head football coach Nathan Wright and his staff had a simple goal: get their team to improve a little each week and then just see what happens at the end of the season.

 

 

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October 20th

Lester Earl Burkes

 

Lester Earl Burkes, 78, of McCool, died Sunday, October 19, 2014, at home.

 

 

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