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    Opioid Town Hall set for April 10

    The Mississippi Department of Mental Health is putting on an Opioid Town Hall meeting in Kosciusko. The meeting is set for Tuesday, April 10 at the Attala County Coliseum. State and local officials will be on hand to discuss the ongoing opioid crisis plaguing the state. The meeting will begin at 6:30 pm.

    Attala County Martial Arts free women’s self defense clinic

    Attala County Martial Arts is offering a free women’s self defense clinic Saturday. March 31. These clinics are open women ages 16 and older. Space will be limited, so those who are interested should call Robin Armstrong at 662-512-2728 to register. The clinic will be held at 1:00 pm at The Fitness Company.

    Introducing the “Good Morning Kosciusko” text line

    Breezy 101 is proud to announce the “Good Morning Kosciusko” text line. Now you can be even more involved with what’s happening at Breezy 101. Want to hear a song? Text it. Want to give mom a special birthday shout out? Text it. Want to know whether or not school is cancelled due to bad weather? Text it. All your song requests and birthday text messages will be sent directly to host Breck Riley. The GMK Text Line will... Read More.

    KAP Easter Egg Hunt set for March 31

    The Kosciusko Attala Partnership annual Easter Egg Hunt is set for Saturday, March 31. The egg hunt will be held on the lawn of the Attala County Courthouse on the historic court square. Age limitation is 11 years of age and under and adult supervision is required for ages 5 and under. The egg hunt will begin at 11:00 am. The Easter Egg Hunt is sponsored by the Mayor’s Youth Council, First United Methodist Church, Prairie Farms Dairy, and... Read More.

    Miss Natchez Trace Festival Pageant set for April 6

    Festival season is quickly approaching, and that means it’s almost time to crown another Miss Natchez Trace Festival. This year’s event is set for Friday, April 6 at 7:00 pm at the Mary Ricks Thornton Cultural Center. The pageant is open to girls in Attala County in grades 0-12. Age groups are 0 -12 months, 13 – 24 months, 3 – 4, 5 – 6, 7 – 9, 10- 11, 6th – 9th grades, and Miss Natchez Trace Festival... Read More.

    KFD accepting applications for open position

    The Kosciusko Fire Department is in search of a new fireman. KFD is currently accepting applications and candidates interested in the position can pick up an application at City Hall. All candidates should be in good physical condition. Call the Kosciusko Fire Department at 662-289-1171 for more details.
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    Emergency Dispatches: March 16, 2018

    At 11:53 am Attala Deputies, MedStat EMS, The Mississippi Highway Patrol, Providence Volunteers along with Attala Fire Central were dispatched to a report of a one vehicle MVA. The caller said said it was located at highway 19 south near the highway 14 east intersection. Emergency personnel arrived on scene and notified responding units that the vehicle was down an embankment. After a short investigation the vehicle was found to be abandoned.

    Central Electric Power Association Annual Membership Meeting

    Central Electric Power Association will hold it’s 81st Annual Meeting on Tuesday, March 20 starting at 9 am at the Carthage Coliseum. If you are a member of Central Electric Power Association, be sure to check the March 2018 issue of Today in Mississippi, if you are unable to attend the annual meeting, please mark your proxy or ballot and return it in the business reply envelope attached to the March Issue. There will be six names drawn from... Read More.

    Attala SO close to goal needed to purchase new K-9 (video)

    The Attala County Sheriff’s Office is close to raising all the money its needs to purchase a new K-9. Sheriff Tim Nail said the department has raised over $11,000 of the $14,000 needed to buy the dog. The department was able to raise the money by a raffle, a fundraiser, and donations from businesses and organizations. “Without the citizens jumping in and helping us, this task would have been just about impossible,” said Nail. “I appreciate all the support... Read More.

    Contempt of court and other recent arrests

    On March 15-2018, Bradley Bishop, a 37-year-old white male, was arrested for contempt of court on Highway 12 West by Officer Robert Rushton. On March 12, 2018, Rachel James, a 40-year-old white female, was arrested for three counts of uttering forgery and shoplifting (2nd offense) on Highway 35 South by Officer Josh Pinkard. On March 12, 2018, Ratrae Carter, a 21-year-old black male, from was arrested for possession of marijuana on North Street by Investigator Greg Collins. On March... Read More.