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October 8th, 2014

Ethel struggling, 0-7 on year

The Ethel Tigers hosted the Nanih Waiya Warriors on Friday night and found very little success against the Class 1A powerhouse.  

 

 

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Lady Whippets win two straight, look to playoffs

The Lady Whippets are 12-7overall after defeating Louisville 13-4 last Thursday and Ethel 15-0 on Monday night.  They hosted Columbus on Tuesday night before beginning with the Class 4A Playoffs that will have the Lady Whippets playing either Houston or Itawamba.  

 

 

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KFEE membership banquet Oct. 20

The Kosciusko Foundation for Excellence in Education will host its 24th annual Membership Banquet on Monday, Oct. 20, at 7 pm in the Kosciusko High School Commons. Keynote speaker for this event is Kenneth Townsend, a 2000 KHS Graduate who is currently on faculty at Millsaps College, and serves as Special Assistant to the President at the college.

 

 

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On the Porch with Dirk: Season is changing; my time of year

With squirrel season upon us and other seasons right around the corner, my hunter's sap is rising when Mother Nature is receding.  As the weather cools ever so slightly and the days get shorter, sap recedes in the trees and leaves begin to change color. All of nature seems to be readying itself for the gray of winter.

 

 

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County schools adopt concussion policy

The Attala County School Board adopted the Concussion Management and Return to Play Policy as outlined by the Mississippi High School Activities Association  (MHSAA) at a meeting held last Thursday. The adoption policy is required annually by the MHSAA.

 

 

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Blast from the Past

A downtown Kosciusko building has received a facelift in recent weeks that has helped restore the site to closer to what it looked like in years gone by.

 

 

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Hunter celebrates milestone

A Durant-based manufacturing company celebrated a production milestone last week.

 

 

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Rotary Club hands out dictionaries

The Kosciusko Rotary Club provided and distributed dictionaries to 336 third grade students, their teachers and librarians in city and county schools last week.

 

 

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Celebrating newspapers this week

Having a career in community newspapers can call for a person to wear many hats.

 

 

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Our View: The importance of local newspapers

Despite our changing world, the daily and weekly community newspapers remain a prime source for recording local news events. Newspaper staffs document the lives of local citizens from birth announcements to their obituaries, the developments of city councils, county boards and school boards, the hometown school athletics and arts programs, and all the news and year-round area event coverage.

 

 

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