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February 27th, 2015

Womble withdraws from race

After the Attala County Board of Supervisors met Tuesday morning, District 1 Supervisor Eddie Womble announced that he was withdrawing his name from the race for that seat.

 

 

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Thompson in race for supervisor

 

 

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Teaching couple wins national award

Chris and Rosie Terry, both teachers in the Kosciusko School District, have been selected as National Volunteers of the Year for the Catch-A-Dream Foundation.  

 

 

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February 26th

ACSO arrests man wanted in three counties

Jerry Blackstock, 38, of Kosciusko, is being held in the Attala County Jail for investigation following his arrest Saturday in the Four Corners Community. He had warrants for his arrest in three counties.

 

 

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Letter to the Editor: Thoughts on President Obama

 

 

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Letter to the Editor: A 'thank you' for MLK events

The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration Committee is and continues to be inspired by the dedication and generosity of our donors and supporters. Regardless of the role you played in the successful fruition of our efforts, there is no way to fully express our gratitude to you for your unrelenting support and loyalty.  The Committee wishes to thank each of you who played a role in this year’s celebratory events. 

 

 

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Wife and dog love shoes

Late one evening last February, my wife Jilda and I heard scratching at the front door. We both looked up from our reading to listen. “There it is again,” Jilda said.

 

 

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An outdoor adventure

Nice warm weather brings outside activities gloriously played out in walks, rides through the countryside and for me, riding a four-wheeler for the first time in my life.  

 

 

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Sweethearts for 70 years

Come Valentine’s Day on Saturday, Elmo and Frances Breazeale will mark the day with a record that probably no other couple in Kosciusko will be able to top. Having been sweethearts for more than 70 years, they have a record of Valentine Day observances that would be hard to beat.

 

 

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Bomb threat halts classes at KJHS

Classes at Kosciusko Junior High School were halted Thursday morning after a threatening letter was found at the school.

 

 

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