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Amanda Holdiness’s search for her biological father was featured on 20/20 Friday night.
Amanda Holdiness’s search for her biological father was featured on 20/20 Friday night.
Wednesday, February 3, 2016 6:00 PM
A Philadelphia woman took the search for her biological father to ABC’s hit news show 20/20, but despite a couple of tips, she wasn’t able to locate him.
  • SEOUL, South Korea —Defying warnings of tougher sanctions from Washington, North Korea on Sunday launched a space rocket in a purported satellite program widely considered to be a cover for developing intercontinental ballistic missile technologies.
  • As “Zoolander 2” begins on the streets of Rome with a chase scene straight out of the “Mission: Impossible” movies, Derek Zoolander — once a really, really ridiculously good-looking three-time male model of the year and still an incredibly poor speller — is nowhere to be found.
  • A trial date has been set in the $10 million wrongful death lawsuit involving Michael D. McDougle Sr. in the county jail in November 2014.
  • The interim county administrator was given a pay raise Monday by the Neshoba County Board of Supervisors for the extra work he has taken on since his appointment on Dec. 15, 2014, officials said.
  • It’s crawfish season, and no one does it better than Bill Gordon, who despite his health complications, can be found boiling the delicious mudbugs with his two sons every chance he gets, not only for their family, but the general public as well.
  • Money seized in seven drug-related arrests recently was returned to the Sheriff’s office, following action by the Board of Supervisors.
  • Members of the Mississippi House of Representatives and Senate recently received committee appointments for the current Legislative term 2016-19.
  • An effort is under way to raise money for a program that would bring books to every child in the county until they are five years old.
  • Companies which bore under or alongside city streets for such businesses as C-Spire and AT&T will now be charged a fee, following action last week by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen
  • • Regions Bank on Main Street reported that someone spray painted a red cross on the side of their building on Jan. 20.
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