Students with Attala County Future Farmers of America (FFA) visited “Good Morning Kosciusko” to kick off National FFA Week…
Boswell Media Sports and Breezy 101 are excited to announce another exciting year of radio and online coverage for select Kosciusko Whippet baseball games. The broadcast schedule includes out-of-conference games against Yazoo City, and Nanih Waiya and Region 4-4A games against rivals Louisville, Leake Central, and New Hope. Boswell Media Sports’ commentators Breck Riley and Phillip Palmertree will split broadcast duties for the 2018 season. The first Boswell Media Sports broadcast of 2018 is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 23.... Read More.
Two members of the Kosciusko Lady Whippet team will continue their careers at local community colleges. Ali Grace Wright (left) will continue her soccer career at Meridian Community College. Wright was joined at Thursday’s signing by her parents Scott and Denise Wright, sister Kaelin Wright, and coaches Greg Cooper and Kailtan Cobb. Ja’Laycia Brown (right) signed to play with Holmes Community College. Joining Brown at the signing were her grandparents Michael and Mary Selmon, cousins Jakeyeria Brown, Miquesha Brown,... Read More.
Registration for 2018 – 2019 pre-kindergaten classes at Kosciusko Lower Elementary will be held March 5 – 8. Registration will take place at the KLE office from 9:00 am – 2:00 pm daily. Documents required for registration include: original birth certificate 2 current proofs of residence township and range completed shot record The child being registered for classes must also be present during registration. For more information, call Kosciusko Lower Elemenatary at 662-289-3364.
The Kosciusko Lady Whippets basketball team is moving on in the Region 4-4 Tournament. The team defeated New Hope 38-31 Tuesday in the opening round of tournament play at Noxubee County High School. The win secures a team a spot in the MHSAA 4A playoffs. Region tournament play will continue for the Lady Whippets against Louisville on Thursday, Feb. 15 at 4:00 pm. While the Lady Whippets are advancing, the season came to an end for the boy’s team... Read More.
Students from the Kosciusko -Attala Career Tech Center participated in the Adopt a Stream Program sponsored by the Mississippi Wildlife Federation (MWF) and the MS Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ). This semester, agricultural students were already learning about why and how to protect air, soil, wildlife, and water. To reinforce this lesson in stewardship, Mr. Kenneth Georgia partnered with Ms. Debra Veeder from the MWF to host a water quality field day. Ms. Veeder brought with her the “Enviroscape,”a... Read More.
The Kosciusko Whippet boy’s soccer team is headed to the 2nd round of the MHSAA 4A State Playoffs. The Whippets defeated Ripley 5-1 Thursday night in a game that was postponed from Tuesday. The team will travel to Amory this Saturday for a second round playoff game against the Panthers. That game is set to kickoff at 4:30 pm. Follow @KSDsports on Twitter for score updates during the game.
Two members of the Kosciusko Whippet football team will be heading to a north Mississippi community college. Jaquan Williams (QB/DB) and Kahare Haynes (DT) both signed Wednesday to play for Itawamba Community College. Both players were joined at the signing by Whippet coaches Kelly Causey and Jamario Winters. Haynes (left) was joined by his mother Pamie Haynes and his grandmother Mae Williams. Williams (right) was joined by his parents Jo-Nathan and Teresa Williams.
The Kosciusko Foundation for Excellence in Education held its annual gala Tuesday night. Teachers, administrators, and counselors from Kosciusko School District were joined by members of the community to celebrate another successful year. The KFEE was chartered 26 years ago as a nonprofit organization to enhance public education in Kosciusko. The founders of the organization were comprised of Kosciusko business leaders, teachers, mothers, doctors and concerned parents who were interested in supporting and supplementing the Kosciusko City Schools. The... Read More.
The Kosciusko Whippet basketball teams presented a $1500 check to a former player Tuesday night to help her in her battle against cancer. Coaches Eleazarus Greenleaf and Derrick Huffman presented the check to former basketball and track star Indya Haynes between the team’s games against Choctaw County. The teams raised the funds by selling t-shirts. During her time as a Whippet, Haynes won two state championships in shot put and was a part of the Lady Whippets’ 2016... Read More.
The Kosciusko Whippet boy’s soccer team clinched the Region 3-4A title Monday night. The team earned the championship with a 6-0 win over the rival Louisville Wildcats. The win guarantees the team a home game during the first round of the MHSAA playoffs. That game will be held at Whippet Stadium Tuesday, Feb. 6. The time and opponent are TBD. The Lady Whippet soccer team is also headed to the post season. The team defeated Louisville Monday night 7-1... Read More.