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September 19th, 2014

Ellis W. Mangrum

 

 

 

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Alvin Dewitt Burchfield

 

 

 

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Supervisors reject jail bids, buy out architect

Bids for a new Attala County Jail were opened last week, and county officials voted Monday to reject all of them.

 

 

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KADC banquet draws crowd

The Kosciusko-Attala Development Corporation held its annual banquet Thursday at the Attala County Coliseum.

 

 

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September 18th

Haffey named HCC president

GOODMAN — Jim Haffey, a Kosciusko resident, was named the new president of Holmes Community College during a press conference Thursday morning.

 

 

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TVA considers new line in Attala

Tennessee Valley Authority held an open house last week in Kosciusko to inform area residents about a possible line expansion that would go through several areas of Attala County.

 

 

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Shooting suspect in custody; father-son plead guilty in murder

A suspect wanted in a shooting incident was taken into custody Thursday after eluding police for several days.

 

 

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Three qualify for county school board election

Three have qualified with Circuit Clerk Wanda Fancher  as candidates for positions on the Attala County School Board with voting to take place at the General Election on Nov. 4.

 

 

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Big Black River Festival

Cool temperatures provided the perfect weather for the annual Big Black River Festival and Runs in West last Saturday. Art, music, food, were among highlights. Arts and crafts booths lined both sides of Highway 51, through the Town of West for the annual event.  The day also served as a time of homecoming and visits with friends and relatives.

 

 

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September 17th

Stewart-Goldman

A service of worship celebrating and blessing the marriage of Laura Elaine Goldman and Corbin Gage Stewart was held at two o’clock in the afternoon on July 12, 2014, at First Baptist Church in Prattville, Ala.  The ceremony was officiated by Rev. Michael Ball and Dr. Scotty Goldman.  The service was made complete with beautiful music by Mrs. Donna Wilson, pianist; Mrs. Jaime Robison, organist; and Rev. and Mrs. Mitch Loftin, vocalists. The wedding was directed by Mrs. Wanda Lewis.

 

 

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