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All four Mississippi State Veterans Homes implemented a no-visitor policy last weekend to comply with CDC, VA, Mississippi Department of Health, and state requirements established by Gov. Tate Reeves in response to the COVID-19 respiratory disease.
Mississippi has six confirmed cases of coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, with two people in North Mississippi being monitored after coming in “close contact” with someone in Tennessee who tested positive with the virus, according to new reports.
Both Kosciusko and Attala County public schools will be closed this coming week, March 16-20 after Governor Tate Reeves declared a state of emergency in response to the spread of the coronavirus.
Following multiple meetings with stakeholders and ambulance service representatives, the Attala County Board of Supervisors last week voted unanimously to have Priority Ambulance Service replace MedStat in providing emergency services in the city and county.
Rain held off on Monday of Spring Break as 14 of McAdams High School’s 26 seniors spent the day enjoying the great outdoors at at Central Hills Baptist Retreat where they rode horses, navigated a ropes course and shared lunch and fellowship.
Unofficial results for the March 10 Primary Election. Approximately 250 absentee, affidavit and curbside ballots will not be added to final results until tomorrow.
President - Democrat
Joseph Biden - 1487
District Attorney Doug Evans of the Fifth Circuit Court confirmed to The Star-Herald today that the Attala County Grand Jury has returned two indictments against Roland Mitchell Dampeer, 28, of Michigan City, Indiana.