On Wednesday, October 21, 2020 Attala County School District was notified that one student at Ethel High School has tested positive for COVID-19. Following the MSDH guidelines the student is in quarantine and all identified close contacts are being notified to quarantine as well. As required, ACSD reports updates to the MS Department of Health each Monday.
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In a series of interesting science experiments, Mrs. Bell-Luckett's physical science class used their knowledge to determine the difference between a physical and chemical reaction. ... Read More.
The Kosciusko Attala Partnership has announced the winner of this year's Hometown Scarecrow contest. Redbud Financial Group was named the first place winner. Kosciusko Water and Light came in 2nd place. Over 40 entries were entered into the contest. The displays will be remain up throughout the month of October. See the complete announcement below.
One more person in Attala County has died from coronavirus. That information was released in the Tuesday report from the Mississippi State Department of Health. The death toll in Attala County from the virus is 26. Overall, there were 31 more deaths reported in the state with 730 new cases of the virus.
Last week, the kindergarten students at Greenlee Elementary were given the opportunity to participate in a mock vote on a new design for the flag of the State of Mississippi. The students were shown all the choices on the ballot, and then selected the design they would pick, if given the opportunity. With the election coming... Read More.
Attala County Circuit Clerk Wanda Fancher has provided Breezy News with a sample ballot for the upcoming general election. The ballot includes national races for President, U.S. Senate, and U.S. House of Representatives 2nd Congressional District. Voters will also vote on the new proposed Mississippi state flag and Initiative 65. Click here to view the complete 2020 Election... Read More.
Martha Louise Savell of Carthage is still missing. The 80 year old white female is 5'2", weighs 140 pounds, has brown/gray hair and blue eyes. She was last seen on Tuesday, October 13th, around 4pm near the intersection of Risher Rd and... Read More.
The annual Trick or Treat Safety Parade in downtown Kosciusko has been set for Thursday, Oct. 29. Participating businesses on the square will pass out candy from 3:00 - 4:30. Those attending are encouraged to wear a facial covering and to practice social distancing. See the flyer for a list of participating businesses.