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August 6th, 2014

John Martin

 

John Martin, 83, of Kosciusko passed Tuesday, August 5, 2014, at Montfort Jones Memorial Hospital.

 

 

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July 31st

Beehive buzzing again

Since the 1800s, the courthouse square in Kosciusko has been a hub of activity for central Mississippi, earning the location its nickname of the “Beehive of the Hills.”

 

 

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Pocket parks taking shape

The transformation of two burned out buildings in downtown Kosciusko into two colorful pocket parks is nearing completion. 

 

 

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Fatal wreck

A McCool woman died after suffering injuries in a crash last week on Attala Road 5207.  At 9:51 a.m. on July 22, the Attala County Sheriff's Office was dispatched to a single vehicle accident. The vehicle had hit a tree. MedStat and Attala County Fire were dispatched to the scene.  Two of the three passengers were airlifted to University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson. Shelia Goad, one of the passengers, died later that afternoon at UMMC, according to Attala County Coroner Sam Bell.

 

 

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Lewis competes at Miss Hospitality

Autumn Lewis represented Attala County in the 65th Mississippi Miss Hospitality Pageant last week in Hattiesburg. 

 

 

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Hospital bid requirements include up to 50-year lease

The Attala County Board of Supervisors is currently in the process of accepting letters of intent from healthcare entities interested in leasing Monfort Jones Memorial Hospital.

 

 

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County, city investigating burglaries

Attala County Sheriff Tim Nail is asking for help in finding the culprit in a number of break-ins and thefts in the area.

 

 

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Mission to Mexico

A group from Springdale Baptist Church has returned from a mission trip to Oaxaca, Mexico.

 

 

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Alford-King

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy King of Sallis announce the marriage of their daughter, Jana Claire, to John Paul Alford on Wednesday, July 16, at 7 p.m. in Camden, at the Cobb Family Farm.  

 

 

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Hatcher-Mitchell

Mr. and Mrs. James Michael Hatcher of Kosciusko announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Sheridan Hope Hatcher, to Jeffrey Ralph Mitchell of Starkville.  

 

 

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