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Mother and Son Arrested for Burglary

At 10:55 am Friday morning Attala Deputies were dispatched to a residence on Highway 12 West for a report of a B&E. The caller said he caught someone attempting to break in and described the person as a white male. They said that he left the scene in a blue van driven by a white female. The tag came back to a subject that lived on West Jefferson in Kosciusko. City Police were then notified to be on the look out for the vehicle. Deputies …Read More

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Emergency Dispatches: December 9, 2016

At 9:45 am Attala Deputies, MedStat EMS, Providence Volunteer along with Attala Fire and Rescue responded to a report of a car fire on Highway 14 East. The caller said a red Ford pickup was on fire approximately one mile past Boy Boys. Units arrived on scene and found Winston County on scene. Providence soon arrived to assist. Central Station was canceled. At 10:15 am Kosciusko Police were called to the 400 block  of Fenwick Street for a report of a B&E.


Ethel Christmas Parade set for Saturday night

After being postponed due to weather, the annual Ethel Christmas Parade will be held this weekend. The parade will begin at 6:00 pm on Saturday, Dec. 10. The route for the parade will be the same traditional route through Main Street. All floats/entries should meet at 5:00 pm in parking lot of Ethel Baptist Church for judging.  

Breezy 101 Christmas Memory Game

Christmas Memory Game update

The 2016 Breezy 101 Christmas Memory Game is in full swing. Multiple spots on the board have been revealed and two prizes have been given away. Make sure you’re listening every morning from 6:00 – 9:00 for your chance to win. If you do get a match, you’re name will go into the drawing for the grand prize! Be sure to check back to this post for clues/hints on the game card. Numbers that have been revealed: 1, 5, 7, 8, 10, 16, 19, 20, …Read More


South Huntington Accident

At 7:44 am Kosciusko Police, MedStat EMS and City Fire and Rescue responded to a report of a two vehicle auto accident on the 400 block of  South Huntington Street.  Emergency personnel arrived on scene and soon notified that there were no injuries. There has been no word on the cause of the accident.


Two-time Super Bowl champs return to GMK (Audio)

The two-time defending Super Bowl Champion Kosciusko Cardinals were guests Friday on “Good Morning Kosciusko.” The 6-8 year old team won its second straight MS Gridiron Youth League Super Bowl in November. The team clinched the championship with an 18-7 win over the Starkville Cowboys. The players and coaches shared their thoughts on the season and how it feels to be back to back champs. Players appearing on the show: CJ Sandifer, Richard Kern, Travion Nash, Christin Toliver, Gavin Howard, Jontavious Roundtree, Rashad Harrington, Garvin …Read More


Reminder: Library to hold Christmas open house Sunday, Dec. 11

The Attala County Library will be having its 4th annual Christmas Open House on Sunday, Dec. 11 from 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM. There will be singing and light refreshments. Visitors will also get to walk through the library and see all the different Christmas trees that groups and organizations in Kosciusko have decorated. Santa Claus and his elf, Jingles, will also be stopping by to visit with children. Parents can have their child’s picture taken with Santa Claus for $1. For more information, call …Read More


Veterans prepare for Christmas activities at nursing center

On Pearl Harbor’s 75 anniversary, Melissa Simpson and Ann Breedlove entertained the residents of the Martha Jo Leslie VA Nursing Center for their monthly Coffee Break. This coffee break is sponsored by the local VFW Auxiliary, and takes place every first Wednesday of the month at 10:00 am.  Melissa sang Christmas carols, patriotic songs, and hymns; Ann accompanied her on the piano. After the Coffee Break, Ann asked the members of the VFW and the VFW Auxiliary to talk about the activities that will be …Read More


East Jefferson Street to close early for Christmas Parade

A portion of E Jefferson street in Kosciusko will be closed early Friday night for the annual Christmas Parade. The street will be blocked off at Bell Street around 5:00 pm as floats and other parade entries prepare to line up. Kosicusko Mayor Jimmy Cockroft encouraged those attending the parade to get downtown early if they wish to park closer to the square, as traffic going west will be blocked. The Christmas parade will begin at 6:30 pm. For more information, call the Kosciusko Attala …Read More