Three Vehicle MVA on 35

At 11:36 am Kosciusko Police, City Fire and MedStat EMS responded to a three vehicle MVA. The caller said it was located on Highway 35 North and Second Avenue. Emergency Personnel arrived on scene to find Second Avenue blocked and the other two on the should of Highway 35. No word on injuries. The Kosciusko Police Department will be in charge of the investigation.

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.

Attala Sheriff’s Department Arrest Report

  On November 01, 2017 , Wanda Lawson 42 year old white female was arrested for resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. Deputy Jimmy Nunn was the arresting Officer. On November 01, 2017 , J.D. Lewis 38 year old black male was arrested for no drivers license, no insurance and switched tag. Deputy Nick Cox was the arresting Officer. On November 03, 2017 , Rachell Cummings, 37 year old black female was arrested for no drivers license, providing fake ID to… 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.

KHS Choir Christmas Concert set for Dec. 7

The Kosciusko High School  will hold its annual Christmas concert Thursday, Dec. 7 The concert will begin at 6:00 pm at the Mary Ricks-Thornton Cultural Center There is no charge for admission.  

Contempt of Court and other recent arrests

  On 11-20-2017 Joshua Brunt, a 26 y.o w/m from Kosciusko was arrested for Contempt of Court on West Jefferson Street by Lt. Charles Burrell. On 11-20-2017 Jamey Hutchison, a 29 y.o w/m from Kosciusko was arrested for Contempt of Court on Burdine Road by Officer Devante Lewis. Other recent arrests: On November 19, 2017 Terrance Hutchins, a 52 y.o b/m from Carthage was arrested for Grand Larceny, in connection with stealing the Semi Truck from McKnight and Sons on… Read More.

BOLO – Subjects Attempt to Pass Counterfeit Bills (Audio)

At 12:08 pm the Attala Sheriff’s Department issued a BOLO (Be on the Look Out) for a gray 2004 Ford F-150. Deputies said it will be occupied by a white male and possibly a white female. The subjects attempted to pass counterfeit 20 dollar bill at the Ethel Quick Stop. The tag number is “NF4-341” Deputy Jimmy Nunn reported that the subjects were unsuccessful in completing the transaction. He said they were “Spooked and ran out the door”. No direction… Read More.

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Ethel Christmas Parade set for December 9

The annual Ethel Christmas Parade will be held December 9 at 6 pm. All floats/entries should meet at 5:00 pm in parking lot of Ethel Baptist Church for judging. The route for the parade will be the same traditional route through Main Street.  Anyone is welcome to enter. For more information, you may call 662-674-5222, or 662-792-6860.  

Sounds of Christmas Concert set for Dec. 3

The annual Sounds of Christmas concert will be Sunday, Dec. 2 The concert will begin at 2:00 pm at the Mary Ricks-Thornton Cultural Center The event is sponsored by the Attala Historical Society There is no charge for admission.

CTC students take Career Readiness Test at Holmes Attala Center

Second year students from welding, automotive, construction, health science, and teacher academy recently took the Career Readiness Certificate (CRC) test at Holmes Community College through a grant from the Kosciusko-Attala Development Authority. The CRC is a certificate that confirms to employers that a potential employee has the basic workplace abilities that all 21st century jobs require. It measures real world skills that are critical in the workplace. The areas tested were reading for information, applied mathematics, and locating information.

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Emergency Dispatches: November 20, 2017

At 10:11 am Attala Deputies and Natchez Trace Park Rangers were called to a report of a minor auto accident. The caller said they hit a deer on the Natchez Trace approximately 2 miles east of Attala Road 2101. No injuries were reported. At 1:26 pm Kosciusko Police and City Fire responded to a report of smoke in a building at 315 North Madison at the New Beginnings Church. The caller said they did not see any flames.Units arrived on… Read More.