Where’s the West Nile vaccine?
The West Nile Virus carried by mosquitoes is now at Epidemic Levels.
I have fiends, who have gotten the virus and it has made a severe problem for them and their recovery. Mosquitoes breed in hot weather and stagnant water.
Bobcat Organization thanks supporters
A special thanks is extended to the Kosciusko community for supporting us in the celebration and commemoration of the Bobcat Organization’s Tenth School Reunion. The Bobcats are infinitely grateful to each business, individual, and citizen for their generous support and collaborative spirit.
Gratitude expressed by Dorrill and Pettit
The law offices of Dorrill and Pettit would like to express our gratitude for the outpouring of the community’s help on Friday, August 3 during our emergency situation.
The ‘truth’ about Affordable Care Act
After reading the July 12 letter to the editor by Ms. Sue Harmon, chair of the Attala County Democratic Executive Committee, I felt compelled to respond.
- Letters to the Editor
People need to learn about the ACA
It is imperative, especially for Mississippians, the people learn how the Affordable Care Act of 2010 will improve their lives. When people fail to seek out knowledge for themselves they become victims of those who hold the knowledge.
July 1, 1962
Candidates have been selected for the Little Boys Baseball Queen by the six teams of the Little Boys Baseball League who have named their favorites. Selected as team favorites are Sarah Jackson, Virginia Chilcutt, Carol Cheek, Nancy Bolt, Mary Ann Joseph and Charla Leonard.
Jail needs to be named for Lee
The talk about new jail construction brings one person to mind – William Lee.
Roads need to be re-named
Not being an expert on anything, I am writing this because of my concerns for Attala County and its citizens. The following are facts.
Hoseman pens note on voter id
In the November 2011 General Election, over 62% of Mississippi voters approved a constitutional initiative requiring voters to show identification at the polls. The requirement must now be approved by either the Department of Justice (DOJ) or the federal courts before it is implemented.
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