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What started as a simple request by locals to “Stuff the Semi” with supplies to aid those affected by Hurricane Harvey quickly became two semis filled with cleaning items, pet supplies, toiletries, new clothes, baby items and diapers, paper products, first aid kits, bedding,
The Kosciusko Whippets (0-4) traveled to Grenada (1-3) last Friday night looking to pick off their first win of the 2017 campaign but came up just short to the Chargers, losing 21-14. The Whippets will once again be on the road this Friday night when they hit the road to tak
After last year’s thrilling 48-46 overtime win by the McAdams Bulldogs, much of the same was expected on Friday night in Ethel when the rivalry kicked off the season for both teams. In a contest that was usually played in October, the game was moved due to region realignment
To the editor:
We all have a desire to research and learn about things from our past that have made an impression on our minds. I have always treasured and respected true accounts of the War Between the States, the Civil War.
Losing is hard, people, and I am not here trying to make excuses for anyone, but the grumbling I hear at area ball fields can become somewhat annoying at times. Very rarely does a first-year or even second or third-year coach have great success. Those early days after takin
Jacob Peeler, a graduate of Kosciusko and Holmes Community College, has been named the new wide receivers coach at Ole Miss, according to multiple reports.
The Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) is reporting its first case of influenza (flu) confirmed in the Mississippi Public Health Laboratory for the 2016-2017 flu season. The patient is from Central Mississippi.