The famous “Big Red” Marching band kicked off their competition season this past Saturday in Aberdeen, MS at the 22nd Annual Tenn-Tom Marching Classic. Big Red received the following awards: All Superior rating in Band, Drum Major, Guard and Percussion. They were 2nd in their class and 3rd overall for the entire day. “Very proud of them and I’m excited about the competition season”, says Jesse Yates, Head Band Director of Big Red. This year show is titled: Tell Tale Heart.
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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
The opening of deer archery season is October 1 for the Hill and Delta Zones and October 15 for the Southeast Zone. Longbows, recurves, compound bows, and crossbows are all considered legal archery equipment and can be used during all hunting seasons for deer. There is no minimum or maximum draw weight, no minimum arrow length, and fixed or mechanical broadheads may be used. “The acorn and persimmon crops look good on all the trees I’ve observed, now we just need some cooler temperatures to …Read More
A Mississippi state trooper was injured in a two car wreck Sunday afternoon in Attala County. Corporal Tony Dunn with the Mississippi Highway Patrol said the accident happened around 5:00 pm on Hwy 19 South about 1.5 miles from the Attala-Winston county line. No names have been released at this time, but Dunn said the trooper and a 16-year-old male driving a Chevrolet pickup were both driving north on Hwy 19 when the trooper attempted to pull over a speeding vehicle As the trooper was …Read More
After its award wining presentation in 2015, the Kosciusko-Attala Partnership has announced that “A Step Back in Time” will be returning this fall. “A Step Back in Time” took place on the Kosciusko square in September 2015. Local actors portrayed notable residents and businessmen that shaped Kosciusko around the turn of the century. 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. …Read More
The Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame has announced its six-person Class of 2017, including former Philadelphia High School football star Marcus Dupree. Dupree was one of the most highly-recruited players in the country when he signed with Oklahoma in 1982. He ran for more than 1,000 yards during his freshman season with the Sooners and was the Fiesta Bowl MVP before injuries hampered his career. Dupree also went on to play for the USFL’s New Orleans Breakers and NFL’s Los Angeles Rams. The other inductees …Read More
A pilot from Kosciusko is set to headline the third annual Wings Over Winston Airshow. Randy Henderson, a retired airline pilot who now devotes his time to airshows, will headline the event, which is set for Saturday, Oct. 1. Henderson will be flying his world renown Texas T-Cart, a clipped-wing Taylorcraft BC12-D that he has modified to perform a number of different stunts. In addition Henderson’s T-Cart performance, the show will feature airplane rides, a comedy act, and skydivers. The show will take place at …Read More
The 2016 “Groovin to the 70’s” town of Ethel homecoming parade is set for Sept. 29 at 6 p.m in downtown Ethel. Those wishing to parcitpcate in the parade should line up at 5 p.m near Ethel Baptist Church. Also on Friday, Sept. 30, there will be a homecoming dance at the pavilion in Ethel following the game. Everytone is welcomed to come out and show support for the Tigers!! For more details, contact Laura Sanders at 662-674-7020 or Deborah Black at 662-633-7368.
Mt. Moriah & surrounding churches invite you to join in a harvest celebration on Saturday, September 24 from 1pm to 4pm and Sunday, September 25 from 5:30 pm to 8:30 at Ty Cobb Auditorium in Ackerman, MS. The theme for the celebration is “# R U READY 4 N Xs (R U Ready 4 End Times). The speakers will be Evangelist Wayne Hudson, Brother Wesley Edwards, Brother Burkey Thompson, Prophecy will be taught by Ms. Sandra Oswalt and Youth Skits will be performed by area …Read More