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November 6th, 2014

Herman Moss

 

Herman Moss, 73, of Durant, died November 4, 2014, at the University Medical Center in Lexington. 

 

 

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November 5th

Kosy Christmas Parade set for Dec. 1

Entries are currently being accepted into the Kosciusko Christmas Parade, which is scheduled for Dec. 1.

The theme for 2014 is “Candy Canes and Christmas Carols.” The parade will start at 6:30 p.m. Tonya Threet, vice president of community development for the Kosciusko-Attala Development Corporation, said she is expecting a large number of entrants for this year.

 

 

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Mississippi Heard

Two young women are taking a little more than a month to walk across Mississippi. The pair’s journey led them to Kosciusko last week.

 

 

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Rollerblading the Trace

On rollerblades, Nicole Borth of Westhoff, Texas, glided through Kosciusko along the Natchez Trace Parkway last week on her 444 mile trip from Natchez to Nashville in an effort to raise awareness of brain cancer.

 

 

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Major cocaine bust starts in Attala County

A drug investigation that started by the Attala County Sheriff’s Office has led to the arrest of nine people, including two from Attala County.

 

 

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Engineer working on jail site design

The Attala County Board of Supervisors voted Monday for the county engineer to move forward with site design for a new jail.

 

 

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Programs to celebrate veterans

Programs commemorating Veterans Day on Nov. 11 are planned for the Aisle of Honor at Parkway Cemetery, and at the Martha Jo Leslie State Veterans Home. 

 

 

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Trick or Treat on the Sqare

 

 

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Tigers get first win over Titans

After battling all year with a depleted roster because of attrition along both fronts, the Ethel Tigers and head coach Brad Gray were able to notch their first win of the season against West Oktibbeha 24-12.  The win was Gray’s first as a head coach, pushing the Tigers record to 1-10 overall. 

 

 

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Whippets crush Knights

After securing the No. 2 seed in Region 4 last week in a hard-fought 28-24 win over the Leake Central Gators, the Whippets traveled to Collinsville to take on their last region foe of the year in the West Lauderdale Knights.  The Whippets took control of the ball game quickly and led 27-0 at the half and cruised to a 34-6 win to improve to 9-2 on the year and 4-1 in Region 4 play.  The Whippets will host Rosa Fort on Friday night in the first round of the Class 4A North State Playoffs.  

 

 

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