In a letter sent sent to The Star-Herald, Dr. Gray Wallace of Premier Medical and chief of staff at Baptist Memorial Hospital-Attala has indicated that he has tested positive for COVID-19.
Here is the letter in its entirety:
The House met as a whole throughout last week to discuss general bills that made it out of committee and onto the calendar. Thursday, Mar. 12, was the deadline for representatives to discuss these general bills.
42 families in the Tchula area of Holmes County have been displaced by the recent flooding. At least 25 students in SV Marshall Elementary School are affected.
Committees met frequently during the eighth week of the legislative session, as next Tuesday’s deadline to have House Bills out of their corresponding committees quickly approaches.
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.
Representatives of the National Weather Service last week presented Kosciusko weather watcher Jim Dendy with the John Campanius Holm Award, an honor provided to only 12 of the nation’s 8,000 weather watchers each year. Each has served for at least 20 years.
A federal grand jury has returned a first degree murder indictment against Roland Mitchell Dampeer in the shooting death of Sherry Ingold, a rural postal delivery worker delivering mail along Highway 35 in Hesterville on Jan. 16, 2020.
Brother Barry Corbett, senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Kosciusko, delivered an opening prayer to the state senate on Monday, Feb. 10, at the invitation of Senator Sally Doty, who led the Pledge of Allegiance before Lt.