At 7:53 pm Attala Deputies, MedStat EMS, Providence and Zama Volunteers along with Attala Fire and Rescue were dispatched to Attala Road 5001 off of Highway 19 South for a report of a one vehicle MVA. Units arrived on scene and notified responding units that they had a one car rollover. Fire personnel were canceled after it was noted that there were no injures and no leakage from the vehicle. No word at this time as to the cause of the accident.
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At 12:15 pm Attala Deputies, The Mississippi Highway Patrol, MedStat EMS along with County Fire and Rescue responded to a report of a one vehicle MVA on Highway 19 South. The caller said there was it was located near highway 25. Emergency personnel arrived on scene and notified responding units that the vehicle had rolled and that they had two patients. According to Sheriff Tim Nail, one juvenile was airlifted from the scene to UMC for medical treatment. The driver was transported by a ground …Read More
Sign up is under way for the 40th Annual Renasant Bank Run. The 5K run/walk and the one mile fun run are set for the morning of April 29 to kickoff the Natchez Trace Festival. Pre-registration should be completed no later that Friday, April 21. Race day registration begins at 6:30 am in front of Kosciusko City Hall. Race packets will be available Monday, April 24 at Renasant Bank at 221 E Washington Street. More information, maps, and entry forms can be found here.
The Kosciusko Attala Partnership will present the third annual Kosciusko Garden Seminar Saturday, April 22. This year’s event will be held in at the Kosy Pocket Park from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm. Special guests at this year’s seminar include Dr. Cindy Ayers and TV personality Rebecca Turner. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at the KAP office. For more information, call the Kosciusko Attala Partnership at 662-289-2981.
Due to the numerous house fires in Attala County this winter, the American Red Cross will be installing smoke detectors in several homes throughout Attala County. Emergency Management Director Danny Townsend said volunteers with the ARC will install approximately 150 smoke detectors to homes in McCool on Saturday, March 25. According to the National Fire Protection Association, three out of every five house fire deaths result from fires in homes with no smoke alarms. Since the beginning of December, there have been six deaths in …Read More
The City of Kosciusko has declared the week of April 2 -8 to be Junior Auxiliary Week. Kosciusko Mayor Jimmy Cockroft announced the proclamation at the beginning of Tuesday night’s meeting of the board of aldermen. That week will kick off National Child Abuse Prevention Month. JA representatives in attendance at the meeting said the group has projects planned for that week and throughout the month of April to bring awareness to child abuse. Visit the Junior Auxiliary of Kosciusko on Facebook for more information.
Long Creek Elementary school has announced honor roll students for the third nine-weeks of the school year. Superintendent’s Honor Roll First Grade: Maliyah Harris, Jayden King, Kimaria Lewis, Jazmin Lopez, Christian Seawood, Jeremiah Triplett, Jimari’a Wilson Second Grade: Derrell Canada, Jamya Gibson, Ja’Niah Greer, Caden Smith Fourth Grade: Jamaya Johnson, Kielan Sanders Fifth Grade: Carissa Archer, Daniell Smith Sixth Grade: Marcus Ball, Omari Barron-Hampton, Alyssa Newsome, Willie Perteet, Jailynn Riley, Braxton Zollicoffer Principal’s Honor Roll Kindergarten: Alisseya Ball, Marcos Ball, Barry Brewer, Maliyah Dawson, Kelis …Read More
At 9:43 pm Attala Deputies, The Mississippi Highway Patrol, Providence Volunteers, MedStat EMS along with Attala Fire and Rescue were dispatched to a report of a one vehicle MVA on Highway 14 East. The caller said it was located approximately 2 miles past Providence Church. Attala Fire and other emergency personnel were cancelled en-route.
At 1:40 pm Kosciusko Police were called to intersection of Goodman and West Jefferson for a report of a one vehicle MVA. Unit 501 said that a car had struck a railroad crossing sign. There have been no word as to the cause of the accident and no injuries were reported.
Maps are now available for the upcoming Picking 35 Yard Sale. The maps highlight all stops on the 50-mile long route. “Picking 35 in the Heart of Mississippi” is a series of yard sales that will stretch from Walnut Grove in Leake County to the Carmack community in northern Attala County on Saturday, April 1. The event is being presented by the Kosciusko Attala Partnership, Main Street Chamber of Leake County, and the City of Walnut Grove. The maps can be viewed and/or downloaded here …Read More