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    Emergency Dispatches: July 19, 2017

    At 8:46 am Kosciusko Police and City Fire responded to the 100 block of Cedar Lane Drive for a report of a kitchen fire. Emergency personnel arrived on scene and advised they had light smoke showing. Firefighters were able to quickly contain the fire and it was under control by 8:52 am. Units cleared the scene at 9:26 am. At 12:50 pm Kosciusko Police and City Fire were called to by Parkway Pure for a report of a minor... Read More.

    Wheel-In Grocery Countdown to Kickoff: Leake Central (audio)

    Boswell Media is proud to add a new dimension to its award winning sports coverage with the announcement of the Wheel-In Grocery Countdown to Kickoff. The Wheel-In Grocery Countdown to Kickoff will feature interviews with representatives from the core group of schools covered by Boswell Media Sports. That group includes Kosciusko, Leake Academy, Leake Central, Holmes Community College, and East Central Community College. This week on the Wheel-In Grocery Countdown to Kickoff: Leake Central Head Coach Lee Wooldridge. Boswell... Read More.

    Breezy101 Church Bulletin

      Wesley United Methodist Church would like to announce that they will temporarily meet in the Bobcat Building on Tipton St. during renovations. Please join us there. St. Mark M.B. Church cordially invites everyone to come and worship during their annual Church Homecoming and Anniversary Program honoring the late Deacon Joe Frank Dulaney on Sunday, July 23 at 10 am. Their annual Homecoming Revival will be on July 25-27 at 7:30 p.m. nightly. The guest minister for the revival... Read More.

    AT&T expanding high speed internet in Attala County

    AT&T says it’s now serving parts of 15 Mississippi counties with a fixed wireless internet service aimed at rural residents. The Dallas-based company says the service relies on cell service from a nearby tower captured by a professionally mounted antenna. It can provide download speeds of up to 10 megabytes per second. The service may not support certain kinds of internet activities. AT&T rolled out the service in eight southern states, saying it hopes to reach 133,000 locations in... Read More.

    Neshoba County Fair “Family Night” Thursday

    Coasters are on the tracks and food vendors are stocked. Midway rides that get your hands up and heart racing open Thursday night. Thursday is family night. It’s free to get in the gate for the general public. It’s $20 for a wristband that gives you access to any ride on the midway. “This has become a popular trend to attend and this gives the people who can’t get a vacation or can’t come to the fair or something... Read More.

    Holmes Bulldogs ranked #17 in preseason poll

    The Holmes Community College football team will begin the season as the 17th ranked team in the county. That’s according to the GridironRR.com poll. The Bulldogs are coming off one of the best seasons in school history. The 2016 team went 7-3 and finished the season ranked #7 in the NJCAA poll following its win over Iowa Western in the Graphic Edge Bowl. Other Mississippi teams ranked in the 2017 preseason poll include #2 East Mississippi, #9 Northeast Mississippi,... Read More.

    The Mississippi heat has arrived

    The unusually mild summer looks to be coming to an end. The National Weather Service in Jackson is warning residents in its coverage area to prepare for hot temperatures towards the end of the week. Temperatures are expected to reach the mid and upper 90s with heat indices as high as 105 degrees. The weather service is urging people to be cautious while doing outdoor activities during the afternoon and evening. A combination of hot temperatures and high humidity... Read More.

    Holmes CC announces online journalism class (audio)

    An online journalism and news writing class will be offered by Holmes Community College for the 2017 fall semester. The class, which is the first for the school, will teach news writing, reporting, and other journalism areas of study. Instructor Mary Margret Busby said the class will cover writing styles for numerous forms of media. “This class will talk about writing for different platforms,” said Busby. “So it’s not just about writing for traditional newspaper. There’s also a section... Read More.