In front of a packed house, Boswell Media’s Darren Milner put on a show at the last home game of the Kosciusko Whippet fast pitch softball team. Milner played the National Anthem on electric guitar. The Kosciusko Whippet softball team defeated West Lauderdale to win the Region 4-4A championship. The win gives the Whippets a bye in the first round of the playoffs. The next game will be Tuesday, April 26.
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The Kosciusko Whippet baseball team’s first game of the 2017 MHSAA playoffs has been moved to Thursday night. The team will face off against Senatobia High School beginning at 7:00 pm. Game two will be in Senatobia Friday night at 6:00 pm. The series was originally set for a Friday, Saturday, Monday (if needed) schedule, but was changed due to heavy rain expected throughout the state on Saturday. Whippet baseball playoffs can be heard on Breezy 101, Breezynews.com, and the Breezy 101 mobile app.
The Kosciusko Police Department is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the position of Police Officer (Full Time). This job requires the officer to work shift work, interact with the public, and work well with others. Minimum requirements for employment consideration: Must be 21 years of age. Must have a high school diploma or GED equivalency. Must have a valid driver’s license. Must pass a written Police Officer Selection Test. Must be in good physical condition and able to pass a physical fitness test. Must …Read More
The Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center has announced star students for the 3rd nine week grading term. They are (top l to r): Caelen Hofmister-Career Pathways Experience, Campbell Palmertree-Digital Media, Tommy Moore-Construction Technology, Alyson Norwood-Marketing, Trevon Hallmon-Automotive Service, (bottom l to r) Sanitisja Rockett, Kyahndrea Rainey-Teacher Academy, Madeline McCown-Health Science, and Logan McDaniel-Welding,
Kosciusko Medical Clinic is warning its patients to be aware of potential call scam. On Wednesday, April 19, the clinic was notified that The Kosciusko Medical Clinic’s telephone number and name were being fraudulently used to get residents to answer the phone. On most of the calls, the person on the other end is just hanging up the phone, but if the person tries to ask for personal information hang up the phone immediately. The Clinic wanted to report this to make the citizens aware …Read More
Officials with the Conehoma Water Association have issued a Boil Water Alert for a section of the water system. The alert applies to customers that live in Attala County Roads 1153, 1154, 1163. The Boil Water Alert was issued because an area of the water system lost pressure due to a broken water line. Any system that has lost pressure is considered to be contaminated until test of the water proves otherwise. As soon as pressure is restored to the affected area, water system officials …Read More
On April 18 Canine Deputy Scott Walters executed a traffic stop that lead to the arrest of two subjects on drug charges. Sheriff Tim Nail tells Breezy News that David Huggins, 38 year old white male from Ethel was arrested and charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver and driving with a suspended license. Also charged is Anthony Jackson, 35 year old black male from Louisville, Ms. Jackson has been charged with one count of possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver. According …Read More
In honor of Money Smart Week, the Attala County Library will be having a program on Thursday, April 27 at noon. Mrs. Cindy Deason and Mrs. Jean Martinez from Citizens National Bank in Kosciusko will be on hand to speak on how to become debt free, how your credit report affects you, and how to prevent fraud on your account. A light lunch will be served. Please call 662-289-5141 to register.
The annual Pops Concert from the Fine Arts Department featuring Coachmen and the Holmes Connection! is set for Tuesday, April 25 at 7 p.m. in McDaniel Auditorium on the Goodman Campus. The event is free to staff and children under 12. The cost for students is $3 and $5 for the general public.
Public Service Commission Chairman Brandon Presley has been chosen to lead a national task force to develop best practices and recommendations regarding the expansion of natural gas service to rural and underserved areas of America. National Association of Regulatory Utilities Commission (NARUC) President Robert F. Powelson of Pennsylvania appointed Presley as co-chair of the task force which will begin work in the coming months. Chairman Presley has long advocated for natural gas expansion in Mississippi, crafting policies and incentives on the state level to attract …Read More