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Cartoonist, radio personality speaks on how his skin tried to kill him
Longtime newspaper editorial cartoonist and Supertalk Radio personality Marshall Ramsey said there is nothing like hearing those three word – “You have cancer.”
Ramsey, who was speaking at a Relay for Life fundraiser Friday evening at the Oprah Winfrey Boys & Girls Club, said it was 5:30 p.m. on April 17, 2001, when he heard from his doctor that he had melanoma or skin cancer.
Ramsey: Laughter is the best medicine
During the Relay for Life fundraiser Friday evening at the Oprah Winfrey Boys & Girls Club, Marshall Ramsey said his life is better because of having skin cancer because he’s learned to laugh at the things that drive him crazy.
Festival starts with dessert theater Thursday; The Chill to perform Friday
Activities for the 44th Natchez Trace Festival starts Thursday (tonight) at 6 p.m. with Dessert Theater at the Kosciusko Junior High School Auditorium in Kosciusko.
Additional equipment approved for E911
The City of Kosciusko approved funding to purchase additional equipment for the upgrading of the E911 Department.
City of Kosciusko to increase patrols at parks
Beginning Friday, the Kosciusko Police Department will have a greater presence at all city parks to keep them a family friendly place.
Seven students competing for title of Miss NT Festival
Who will be the next Miss Natchez Trace Festival? To find out the answer, you will have to wait until Friday night.
Ruling made on school consolidation
A federal judge has ordered Choctaw County to consolidate all seventh through 12th graders at Ackerman High School while leaving grades K through 8 at schools in Ackerman, Weir and French Camp.
Relay Recess: KUE learns about cancer prevention, raises funds for Relay
Relay Recess activities ended on Friday at Kosciusko Upper Elementary with the Relay for Life activities on the playground.
KPD arrests several during weekend
The Kosciusko Police Department reports the following arrests: On Sunday, Kendrick Dontez Hunt, 24, was charged with petit larceny and resisting arrest on Landrum Street by Lt. Brice Cole.
Alliance met Wednesday with MDA and retail developer
Kosciusko-Attala Development Corporation President Steve Zea reminded the Attala County Board of Supervisors of an upcoming four-county alliance meeting in Kosciusko. During the board meeting Monday, Zea said the Wednesday meeting would feature a representative from the Mississippi Development Authority and a retail shopping representative from Atlanta.
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