Kosciusko Teen to Perform at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

Camp Broadway, the award-winning theatre arts enrichment company, will perform “This Is A Great Country” in the 91st Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade  featuring an ensemble cast of children who represent immediate family members of active duty military personnel, veterans, reservists, wounded warriors, and fallen heroes from all the branches of The United States Armed Forces. Anna Catherine Cheek, daughter of James and Michelle Cheek of Kosciusko, will be one of the 128 talented kids that will represent our country’s… Read More.

Kosciusko Lions Club Christmas Food Baskets

The Kosciusko Lions Club plan to assemble and deliver at least 280 Christmas food baskets this season to needy citizens of Kosciusko and Attala County, and they need your help.  Each food basket will contain perishable and non-perishable goods at a cost of approximately $100.00.  The Lions Club will need food items or monetary donations to make this project possible. Please mail monetary donations along with the attached form to: Christmas Basket Project Kosciusko Lions Club P.O. Box 179 Kosciusko,… Read More.

Friday Night Scores

Hancock 30, Brandon 27 Horn Lake 20, Northwest Rankin 7 Madison Central 31, South Panola 14 Meridian 21, Gulfport 14, OT Pearl 55, St. Martin 14 Petal 42, D’Iberville 28 Starkville 6, Southaven 0 Warren Central 30, Tupelo 13 Class AAAAA= First Round= Brookhaven 39, Wayne County 33 Grenada 33, Germantown 9 Hattiesburg 50, South Jones 0 Lake Cormorant 16, Cleveland 7 Laurel 42, Picayune 35 Olive Branch 21, Vicksburg 6 Stone 24, West Jones 14 West Point 56, Callaway… Read More.

The Chargers train keeps on rolling

The Choctaw County Chargers traveled to Ruleville Central to face off  against the Tigers in a Playoff match-up.  The Chargers started things off right in the game with a fumble recovery on the opening kickoff. The Chargers drove the ball down the field ending in a one yard rushing touchdown and 2 point conversion making the score (8-0). The Chargers end the quarter with a interception. The Tigers get a fumble recovery in the red zone from the Chargers in… Read More.

Friday Night Playoff Scores

Brookhaven 26, West Jones 0 D’Iberville 31, St. Martin 16 Germantown 42, Ridgeland 10 Gulfport 27, Biloxi 14 Hancock 18, Pascagoula 15 Laurel 47, Natchez 14 Madison Central 38, Greenville 6 Neshoba Central 14, Callaway 8 Ocean Springs 28, Harrison Central 27 Okolona 41, Potts Camp 14 Picayune 54, Pearl River Central 0 Smithville 27, Biggersville 6 South Jones 57, Wingfield 22 Starkville 21, Clinton 15 Tupelo 34, Oxford 8 Vicksburg 26, Holmes County Central 6 Warren Central 28, Provine… Read More.

Whippets

Whippets season comes to a end in the first round of playoffs against the Indians

The Whippets play in the first round of playoffs against the Indians in Fulton, Ms. The Whippets went three and out in the first possession. The Indians drove the ball down the field their first drive to end with a field goal making the score (0-3). The next possession the Whippets pushed the ball down the field ending with a rushing touchdown making the score (7-3). Both teams defense played hard in the second  making the quarter scoreless. The Whippets… Read More.

Central Holmes to hold Veterans Day program

On Thursday, Nov. 9, the student body of Central Holmes Christian School will host a Salute to Military Veterans Day program. The program will begin at 10:00 am in the Berman Gymnasium. During this event, entertainment will be provided by the CHCS Show Choir. Guest speaker will be AJ Stewart, a Clinton resident and Purple Heart recipient. Veterans planning to attend are asked to contact the school at 662-834-3011. The public is invited to attend.  

The Bulldogs fall short in the season closer

The Holmes Bulldogs look forward to win a match-up against the ICC Indians in the last game of the season. The Indians were the first to get on the score board with a 61 yard drive ending in a rushing touchdown making the score (0-6). The Indians recovery a fumble on the Bulldogs next possession and turning it into a touchdown making the score (0-13). The Indians scored the last touchdown in the first quarter making the score (0-20). The… Read More.

Friday Night Scores

Belmont 21, Booneville 19 Biggersville 18, Falkner 8 Brandon 36, Jim Hill 6 Briarfield, La. 34, Franklin Academy 0 Broad Street 38, Coffeeville 6 Brookhaven 43, South Jones 37, OT Choctaw County 50, Hatley 7 Claiborne, La. 42, Wilkinson County Christian Academy 18 Cleveland 22, Neshoba Central 7 Clinton 52, Greenville 12 Columbus Christian 26, Strider Aca. 14 D’Iberville 36, Harrison Central 12 Deer Creek School 48, Delta Streets 6 ECS, Tenn. 35, Northpoint Christian 14 Florence 13, Lanier 6… Read More.

Ivey Mechanical Names Two New Vice Presidents

Nicholas Upchurch has been named Ivey Mechanical’s new Vice President of Business Development.  “I would like to congratulate Nicholas Upchurch.  He has been officially promoted to VP of Business Development,” said President of Ivey Mechanical, Denny Terrell.  “Nick was an obvious selection as Business Development Manager several years ago due to his networking abilities, as well as his interpersonal communication and presentation skills. Upchurch began with Ivey Mechanical in 2008 and has served in numerous roles such as: project coordinator,… Read More.

Whippets

Whippets finish the regular season with a win

The Kosciusko Whippets come into today’s game looking for a win on senior night against the Morton Panthers. The Whippets were the first to score in the half with a 51 yard drive making the score (7-0). The Whippets and Panthers defense played their hearts out by not letting anyone score the remainder of the first half. The Whippets scored fourteen unanswered points in the third quarter with a rushing and passing touchdown making the score (21-0).No team scored the… Read More.

Kosciusko Lions Club Chicken Cooking

The Kosciusko Lions Club will be selling chicken plates this Friday.  The Plates are $8, and will include chicken, slaw, beans, and bread.  You can pick up your plates at the Renasant Bank back parking lot from 11a.m. until 1p.m.