Today's Top Stories
Some of the most unusual, ancient creatures on earth are living in your garden, happily weathering the worst weather thrown their way. Some gardeners see them as monsters, which is sorta the truth.
I must be one of the luckiest people in the whole world. I have won about six cruises, have several thousands of dollars sitting in a government fund I never claimed, and just yesterday, I was selected to purchase a wide screen television at cost. How about that for good for
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Jocleta Cartledge donated one copy of each of her three books on family history in honor of Ann Breedlove. Cartledge said Breedlove assisted her in researching the Crowder part of her family tree.
Shelby Turner of Sallis first became interested in dentistry as a high school student. She worked in the office of Bell Dental Clinic for Dr. Bobby Bell in Lexington and says he was the number one influence in her career choice.
April Bishop, employee of the month at Greenlee Elementary, is in her ninth year at Greenlee Elementary. She works in the kindergarten. She says that she enjoys the "light bulb moments " when it clicks with the students. She plans on retiring doing this work.
Corey L. Summerlin, a 32-year-old white male from Kosciusko, was arrested for contempt of court on West Adams Street by Officer Lucas Smith with assistance from the ACSO.
In the spring,the Kosciusko athletic department faced a difficult decision: forge ahead with its slow-pitch softball program or jettison it in favor of volleyball.