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September 24th, 2014

Tour of Homes set for Dec. 5

The Attala Historical Society and the Kosciusko Tourism Promotional Council will host a Candlelight Tour of Historic Homes and Structures in Kosciusko, Dec. 5, from 5 until 8 p.m. The tour will feature three historical homes and one historical inn near and around the Courthouse Square and will include a time of caroling and refreshments at the Mary Ricks Thornton Cultural Center.

 

 

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Alderman calls intersection dangerous

Alderman Henry Daniel spoke to his fellow members of the Kosciusko Board of Aldermen last week concerning a dangerous intersection in his district.

 

 

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Rescue group saving animals

A group of several Kosciusko area women recently joined together to improve the lives of some the more furry residents of Attala County.

 

 

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MSU coach to speak at dinner

The Oprah Winfrey Boys and Girls Club of Kosciusko/Attala County is holding is biggest fundraiser of the year on Oct. 2. The Children Are the Reason for Excellence (CARE) Dinner will feature guest speaker John Cohen, head baseball coach at Mississippi State University.

 

 

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New doctor at Kosciusko Medical

Dr. Gray Wallace has joined the staff at Kosciusko Medical Clinic.

 

 

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Soccer coach inspired by comedy

“They’re like 4-foot whirling dervishes. I don’t even know what a whirling dervish is, but that’s what they’re like.” – Phil Weston, “Kicking & Screaming”

 

 

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Working for our children: Simple

School has been back in session a few weeks now, and kids and teachers are in routines and working hard. All students can learn, but some need more assistance than others. After almost 30 years as an educator, I have come to the conclusion that everyone in a community should have an interest in the education of our students. I have some insights and suggestions that might assist all of us in helping students succeed. It truly does “take a village,” and all members of the village can play a role in the education of our future leaders.

 

 

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Our View: Support the OWBGC

The Oprah Winfrey Boys and Girls Club of Kosciusko/Attala County is recognized as the premier youth development organization in our community.

 

 

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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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Kosciusko's Namesake

Johnnie Lou Johnson Yakstis, registrar of the Copiah Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, presented an educational program on Tadeusz (Thaddeus) Kosciuszko, "The Peasant Prince," based on the biography by Alex Storozynski.  

 

 

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