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September 3rd, 2014

Lady Tigers improve to 6-3 overall

 

 

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Ethel falls to Mustangs

The Ethel Tigers were on the road for a second week in a row when they traveled to Kilmichael to take on the Montgomery County Mustangs.  The Tigers got on the board early but could not find the end zone again and lost the contest 36-6.

 

 

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FCA continues tough opening stretch

Nothing about the French Camp Academy schedule has surprised Panthers head football coach Nathan Wright. Going into the season, he knew that the opening stretch with Choctaw County, Eupora, and Kemper County was going to be extremely challenging.

 

 

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Let there be light

 

 

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Bulldogs beat Eagles 28-21

GOODMAN — The Holmes Community College Bulldog offense put up 421 yards of total offense en route to a 28-21 non-division victory here Thursday night over the Hinds Community College Eagles.

 

 

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Chargers fall to Winona 34-21

The Chargers of Choctaw County are looking at doing a better job of keeping their opposing offense off the field and capitalizing on their own scoring opportunities headed into the Friday home match-up with North Pontotoc.

 

 

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Central Holmes Christian falls to 1-1 after loss to Canton

CANTON — The Canton Academy Panthers used a powerful running game here Friday night to defeat the Central Holmes Christian School Trojans, 27-0, in a non-division and non-classification match up.

 

 

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September 1st

Bettye Allen Bruce

 

 

 

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August 28th

Kosciusko on safest cities list

The City of Kosciusko was named as the No. 7 safest city in Mississippi in a study released Thursday by a national organization.

Safe Choice Security released the list after consulting with 2013 FBI Crime Data for more than 100 cities in Mississippi. The group compared property crimes and violent crimes to come up with a list of the 14 safest cities in Mississippi.

 

 

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Fire destroys family home

The home of Clay and Summer Ferguson was destroyed by fire on Tuesday morning.

A report of a fire at the home, located in the Tracewood subdivision near Kosciusko, was called in around 7 a.m. Attala County Fire and Rescue was in charge of the scene, while the Kosciusko Fire Department also responded to the blaze. According to reports, the fire began in a downstairs bathroom. Summer Ferguson and her five children were home when the fire started. They escaped without injuries.

 

 

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