Before the Whippets take the field Friday night, you can hear a preview of the game during the Servpro Coaches Show. This week, first year head coach Chad Peterson gives his thoughts on the game against Itawamba AHS and the upcoming region 4-4A game with the Noxubee County Tigers. The Servpro Coaches Show airs on Breezy 101 Thursdays at 7:35 am and 3:35 pm. This year, the show will also be available here on Breezynews.com Thursdays following “Good Morning Kosciusko.”
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The Holmes Community College Bulldogs will face their stiffest test of the season tonight when the team travels to Senatobia to take on top ranked Northwest Mississippi Community College. Not only are the Rangers number one in the most recent JCGridiron Poll, they are also the defending NJCAA national champions. The Bulldogs, ranked 11 in this week’s poll, boast a 4-0 record and the number one rushing offense in the country. In 2015, the Bulldogs came within one minute of defeating the Rangers. Holmes took …Read More
Boswell Media Sports Broadcast Schedule Thursday, September 29: Holmes CC at Northwest Mississippi CC Radio: Breezy 101.1 (WLIN-FM) Audio stream: Breezynews.com/Breezy 101 mobile app Pre-game: 6:00 pm Kickoff: 6:30 pm Play-by-Play: Josh West Color commentary: Chris Ebelhar East Central CC vs Copiah-Lincoln CC Radio: Cruisin 98.3 Audio stream: Kicks96news.com/Cruisin 98 mobile app Pre-game: 6:30 pm Kickoff: 7:00 pm Play-by-Play: Melvin Wooten Color commentary: Steve Cheatham Friday, September 30: Noxubee County vs Kosciusko Radio: Breezy 101.1 (WLIN-FM) Audio/Video Stream*: Breezynews.com/Breezy 101 mobile app Pre-game: 6:20 …Read More
On September 27, 2016, Anastasia Boston, an 18-year-old black female, was arrested for Shoplifting First Offense on Veterans Memorial Drive by Officer Kenneth Baron. On September 27, 2016, Cierra Snow, an 18-year-old black female, was arrested for Shoplifting First Offense on Veterans Memorial Drive by Officer Josh Pinkard. Other recent arrests: On September 26, 2016 Fallon Harmon, a 29-year-old black female, was arrested for Contempt of Court at Westwood by Officer Josh Pinkard. On September 26, 2016 Billy Brown, a 21-year-old white male, was arrested …Read More
Curious George is turning 75 and that means it’s party time at the Attala County Library. The library is inviting all children who would like to celebrate Curious George’s birthday to attend his birthday party on Saturday, Oct. 1 at 2:00 PM. There will be games, door prizes, stories, and of course food! Please RSVP at 662-289-5141.
At 8:22 pm Attala Deputies, The Mississippi Highway Patrol, MedStat EMS along with Attala Fire and Rescue responded to a report of a two vehicle MVA. The caller said it was located approximately 4 to 5 miles on Highway 14 West. Units arrived on scene and notified responding units that the roadway was blocked. They informed medics that there were two patients, one complaining of head and chest pain. The second was complaining of leg and ankle pain. MedStat transported two patients to Baptist-Attala for …Read More
At 7:37 pm Attala Dispatch notified City and County Officer of a BOLO (Be On the Look Out) issued by Leake County. The BOLO was for a stolen 2005 Volkswagen convertible beige in color with a black cloth top and factory hubs. The vehicle was last seen Monday night September 26, 2016 at a residence on Highway 25 North in Leake County. At the time it displayed a personalized tag of “CUTE”. If seen you can contact the Leake County Sheriffs Department at (601) 267-7361 …Read More
At 6:10 pm Attala Fire responded to a report of a lawn mower fire at a residence on Attala Rod 1167, also known as Green Acres. At 6:19 pm Kosciusko City Fire responded to a report of a stove fire on the 600 block of Weatherly Street. While responding to the blaze a second call came in from the homeowner notifying firefighters that they had the fire out.
Students at Presbyterian Day School in Kosciusko gathered Wednesday morning at the flag pole for a time of prayer. Students prayed for the country, the upcoming election, the community, the school. The prayer was led by First Presbyterian Church Assistant Pastor Trey Owens.
GG Holmes stopped by “Good Morning Kosciusko” Wednesday to discuss the Kosciusko-Attala Partnership’s “A Step Back in Time” event. This year’s event is set for Thursday, Sept. 29 and while it will be similar to last year’s in most respects, this year local actresses will portray notable women throughout Kosciusko’s history. Tickets are on sale for $15 and can be purchased at the Kosciusko-Attala Partnership Office on N Natchez Street. For more information and a complete list of characters, click here. …Read More