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May 7th, 2014

Dance recital loudmouth was me

Dancing is something our family enjoys quite a bit.

 

 

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Our view: Stamp out hunger

According to the U.S. Census, more than 22 percent of Mississippians live below the poverty level. Thousands of families do not earn enough to afford basic necessities such as food, housing and child care, although most of those families have at least one working family member.

 

 

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Flashbacks

Editor’s note: Flashbacks highlights news from The Star-Herald from 25 and 50 years ago.

 

 

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School cafeteria peanut butter cookies

I may or may not have confessed how much I enjoyed school. What I enjoyed most was the times I could get out inappropriately.  There were the times that I tricked my parents into believing I was in school every day all day long.  Now, do not think I was habitual in my skipping school, but I did pull a few tricks. Some of them turned out to my delight and some, at least one, turned out totally shocking.  

 

 

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Hidden jewels

There are hidden jewels all around us. Rarely do blinking neon signs point the way to them, but they are there for those who look.

 

 

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May 6th

Guy Rhodes, Sr.

 

 

 

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April 30th

Kosy residents helping with Louisville tornado relief

A group of Kosciusko residents is working to provide relief to citizens in Louisville who have been affected by the tornado that destroyed areas of that city on Monday afternoon.

At least six people have been confirmed dead from the tornado in Winston County. Many homes were completely destroyed, and supplies are being requested by disaster relief workers.

Beth Maness, an employee at Sta-Home Health and Hospice in Kosciusko, is helping to organize the local supply drive.

 

 

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Larry Clayton Palmertree Jr.

 

 

 

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Festival draws thousands

Sunny skies, cool temperatures, good attendance, varied vendors, music and food were some of the ingredients that went into making what organizers termed a successful Natchez Trace Festival.

 

 

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Broadband group meets in Ethel

ETHEL — Residents in Ethel are hoping to get more access to broadband Internet after a meeting last week.

 

 

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