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By BEVERLY CASTEEL,

Mar. 16, 1995

Attala Countians went to the State Capital to find solutions to transportation problems that loom in the future when Illinois Central closes the 22-mile county railroad line.

Central Dialysis will open in Kosciusko on Mar. 30 to serve patients in Attala and surrounding counties.

Paul Franks was recently elected Governor of District 30L for the Mississippi Lions Club.

Upper Elementary students made Mardi Gras floats, culminating a unit of study. Top creative float winners were Lauren Horne, Tara Tavares, Angela Moss, Andrea Taylor and Caleb McAdams.

The 25th anniversary Natchez Trace Festival poster honoring the Choctaw Tribe was painted by Mrs. Kathy Dearman.

Mar. 19, 1970

Vandals did an estimated $2000-$3000 worth of damage at Long Creek School over the weekend.

Darrell Horne and W. W. Horne of Sallis show an 18-pound blue catfish that they caught in a pond near Sallis over the weekend.

The Kroger Store will open in Parkway Plaza next Tuesday.

Mrs. Charlie Tom Braswell likes to share her many talents, such as cooking, sewing, knitting and crocheting, with family and friends.

Specials at Shainberg’s include little girls’ Easter dresses, $3, and girls Easter dresses, $4.