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After a year of negotiations  with Baptist Health Systems, the former Montfort Jones Memorial Hospital opened its doors as Baptist Medical Center Attala on Monday for community open house.

Meredith Thomas of Kosciusko came home Saturday night from the Miss Mississippi Pageant as fourth runner-up and with a $2,500 scholarship given by the Outlets of Vicksburg.

A salute to the military was given at the Thursday night Pops Concert sponsored by the Attala Historical Society. Janet Simpson of Oxford, former resident of Kosciusko, entertained with musical selections.

The 2015 Ripken Experience Baseball Camp, located in Aberdeen, Md., delivered an immersive baseball experience recently for four campers, Khameron Harvey, Bernard Bridges, Jr., Richard Whigham and Reggie Carter, Jr., who were from the Kosciusko...

Last Saturday morning 160 youngsters went home from a week spent at Camp of the Rising Son at French Camp with memories that will last a lifetime.

Extra! Extra! Read all about it! The paperboy is back on the square in Kosciusko. The old tradition of buying The Star-Herald on the downtown square in Kosciusko is back. Our paperboy, Stone Phillips, is selling papers from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m...

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