June 16, 1994
To the Editor:
The topic of my comments in this letter is “the case for pursuing the effort to construct the Mississippi Native American Museum on court square in downtown Kosciusko” as reported on in the June 13, 2019, Star-Herald by Karen Fioretti.
June 2, 1994
Two 13-year-olds were ticketed for killing a 10 and one-half foot long alligator in a local pond. Game Warden Ralph Sims warned county residents against killing a protected species.
I met Nancy Green in the early 1970s when I began to do some West-area news reporting and photography for “Dub” Shoemaker, whom I had met years earlier when he was a star reporter for The Jackson Daily News and I was a college news department staffer at sister publication The
What follows is a eulogy delivered during funeral services for Nancy Green by Layne Bruce, president of the Mississippi Press Association.
An exceptional woman
I have always had a passion for cooking.
Even as a child, I made a most scrumptious mud and rock pie with a topping of pokeberries or boiled in water delicious “maypops.” All my friends wanted to come and visit me just to see how I made this delightful feast.
Parents of Kosciusko Middle Elementary School students were understandably shaken when they found out there had been alleged sexual assaults among students at the school. Learning that the incidents had been reported more than a month earlier only made matters worse.