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    Return to Redbud Springs: “Good Morning Kosciusko” to air live from Choate’s Stand

    For the first time in the show’s history, “Good Morning Kosciusko” will air live on location from downtown Kosciusko. Thursday, Oct. 26 and Friday, Oct. 27, the show will air from Choate’s Stand in Renasant Bank Park. Choate’s Stand is a replica of the cabin style building that was located along the original Natchez Trace in present day Kosciusko. Historians believe David Choate and his wife were some of the first merchants in the area. The cabin has been... Read More.

    Cruisin for a Cure schedule of events

    The entire month of October, Boswell Media and the American Cancer Society will be “Cruisin for a Cure.” Throughout the month, a pink sports car will travel to local schools and businesses in Attala, Leake, Neshoba and Winston counties to raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Boswell Media is joined in the Cruisin’ For A Cure campaign by the American Cancer Society, Franks Chevrolet, Holt’s Body Shop, Central Tire Service, Ivey Mechanical, South Group Cox Agency, The Citizens... Read More.

    Holmes gets a big win in Homecoming Match-up

    The Bulldogs looks forward to win their homecoming game match up against the Northeast CC Tigers. The Tigers were the first to score in the game with a passing touchdown giving them a lead with the score being (0-6). The Bulldogs answered back with a rushing touchdown making the score (7-6). The Tigers were the last to score in the first quarter with a 29 yard passing touchdown making the score (7-13). The Tigers scored the first touchdown in... Read More.

    Friday Night Scores

    Adams Christian 57, Central Private, La. 28 Amite County 53, Enterprise Lincoln 20 Amory 42, Caledonia 0 Bay Springs 48, Enterprise Clarke 14 Bayou Aca. 43, North Delta 32 Benton County 32, Potts Camp 0 Biloxi 52, Pascagoula 28 Booneville 43, Mantachie 12 Brandon 52, Oak Grove 33 Briarfield, La. 56, Christian Collegiate 6 Broad Street 38, J.F. Kennedy 0 Brookhaven 48, Wingfield 12 Brookhaven Aca. 42, Amite School 32 Calhoun Aca. 28, Delta Aca. 14 Calhoun City 77,... Read More.

    Return to Redbud Springs: History comes alive with reenactments of life during 1800s Mississippi

    As Natchez Street in downtown Kosciusko continues the transformation to a living history site from the early 1800’s, area residents can mark their calendars for October 28 and plan to attend historical re-enactments, as well as experience the sights and sounds of the Old Natchez Trace. The Kosciusko Tourism Council and Natchez Trace historians will present “Return to Redbud Springs,” October 26-29 in honor of the Mississippi Bicentennial. The Natchez Trace Parkway Association’s living history group will assist with... Read More.

    The Whippets struggle against the Wildcats

    The Whippets travel to Louisville to improve their regional record to (3-2) in this week’s match-up. The Wildcats scored a passing touchdown on their first procession making the score (0-7). The Whippets and Wildcats punt in their next processions. Whippets fumble during a punt return and Louisville recovers. The Wildcats scored their next touchdown with a punt fake making the score (0-13). The next score was made by the wildcats in the second quarter with a 60 yard touchdown... Read More.

    Ratings for Mississippi School Districts released

    About one in five Mississippi school districts showed improvement under the state’s rating system in 2016-2017. Some benefited from better graduation rates and test scores and others apparently benefited from changes in the scoring system. The number of F-rated districts fell from 20 to nine, while the number earning C, B or A ratings all increased, as ratings were released Thursday. Higher scores in some districts were driven by increasing graduation rates, better test scores and more high school... Read More.

    Two Kosciusko police officers headed to MHP academy (audio)

    Two former Kosciusko Police Officers are leaving the department to join the Mississippi Highway Patrol. The Kosciusko Board of Aldermen accepted resignations Tuesday night from Capt. Bobby Land and Officer Kenny Baron. The two have been accepted to the MHP Academy. Another member of the Kosciusko Police Department, investigator Mark Hill, also turned in his resignation after accepting a position with the Attala County Sheriff’s Office. Audio: Kosciusko Mayor Jimmy Cockroft

    Historical Society to present “The Old City Cemetery Tour 2017”

    The Kosciusko City Cemetery will be filled with visitors from the past on the night of October 28, as the Kosciusko Attala County Historical Society presents, “The Old City Cemetery Tour 2017.” The tour will be held from 5:30 until 8:30 p.m., and the cost of admission will be $5 for adults and $3 for children and students. The event coincides with the “Return to Redbud Springs” activities, which will also be held on that day. A group of... Read More.

    College and Career Fair set for Thursday, Oct. 26

    A college & career fair will be held at the Oprah Winfrey Boys and Girls Club in Kosciusko on Thursday, October 26th. Both the Attala County and Kosciusko City school districts will host the event. The day is for Juniors and Seniors and will be from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Students will be bused from their schools to meet with local and statewide representatives from a variety of colleges, universities, businesses, and industries. They may take advantage of... Read More.