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May 19th, 2014

Sharon Hammons Morgan

 

 

 

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Virginia Burdine Frasier

 

 

 

 

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Flora Hodge Daigle

 

 

 

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May 14th

Food drive a success

In response to the Letter Carriers’ Food Drive on Saturday, May 10, approximately 125 bags of canned food were collected for Helping Hands on rural and city routes of the Kosciusko Post Office. Carriers said this was the best collection they have made since they began the food drive in 2001. Postmaster Kendall Leforge (left) and postal personnel Kenny Jones, Vernon Skelton, Robert McGuire, Della Winters and Christy McKinnon show the collection. They expressed appreciation to those who donated giving their support for Helping Hands Ministry.

 

 

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Oliver talks festival planning

Kosciusko resident Owen Oliver knew being the chairman of the 45th annual Natchez Trace Festival would be a big undertaking when he accepted the volunteer position. Oliver did not know how big a responsibility the job would be until planning for the event began.

 

 

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Whippets fall in playoffs

The Kosciusko Whippets were eliminated from the Class 4A playoffs Tuesday night after a game 3 loss to Houston.

Kosciusko led late in the game until the Hilltoppers scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to earn the 4-3 win.

Houston was up 2-0 after three innings, but Kosciusko bounced back with three runs in the fourth to take the lead. 

Houston now moves on to play West Lauderdale in the north division of the playoffs.

For a full report from the game, see the May 22 edition of The Star-Herald.

 

 

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Million Dollar Man visits Kosy

 

 

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Whippets force game three

The Kosciusko Whippets traveled to Houston on Saturday to play game one of a best-of-three series with the Hilltoppers.  The Whippets lost the contest 3-2 in nine innings but were able to even the series at one game apiece on Monday night with a 10-6 victory, pushing their overall record to 23-8.  Game three was played Tuesday night in Houston after The Star-Herald went to press.

 

 

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Kosy sends three to State Meet

The Kosciusko Whippets and Lady Whippets sent three athletes to the Class 4A State Track Meet in Pearl on Saturday.  Lady Whippet Lakeia Hill went for three events, which included the 100-meter dash, long jump and the 300-meter hurdles, and Toweeka Ferguson competed in the triple jump.  Kosciusko Whippet Javaris Tolar competed in the high jump event.

 

 

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MDOT improves dangerous intersection

Workers with the Mississippi Department of Transportation were recently in Kosciusko making improvements to an intersection that has been the site of several accidents, including one recent fatal crash.

 

 

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