After having one week off, the Kosciusko Attala Partnership's Summer Concert Series is returning this week Live music concerts will be held at the Jason Niles Park amphitheater Thursdays. The event began in 2019, but was cancelled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Admission to the event is free. 2021 Summer Concert Series Schedule: June 17 - Shelby Kemp ... Read More.
Three legends in the music industry will serve as judges for the 2021 Boswell Media Mississippi Songwriter of the Year competition. Mississippi native Charlie Ross and Muscle Shoals musician/historian Johnny Belew will return to judge the show for the fifth straight year. Also returning to the judges panel,... Read More.
The Attala County Library has announced dates for its Summer Library Program. The program will be held June 14-July 18. This year’s theme is “Tails and Tales.” Registration can be done online at midmisslib.com or by stopping by the Attala County Library to pick up a registration form. The library will have a great line up of virtual programming this year... Read More.
More roadwork is coming to Kosciusko and Attala County. The Mississippi Department of Transportation has approved two paving projects. One project is to "seal-and-thin lift" approximately seven miles of Hwy 12 from McAdams to the east edge of the four-lane (near Fairground Road) in... Read More.
Be sure to cast your vote for the People’s Choice Award in this year’s MS Songwriter of the Year competition. The award is presented by Chance, Gay, and Cieglo Accounting. Head to MSSongwriterOfTheYear.com to listen to the 15 finalists. Then vote for your favorite and join us at The Max in Meridian Saturday, June 19 for the big night.
Former Kosciusko Whippet coach Bill Ward has been announced as a 2021 inductee in the Mississippi Association of Coaches Hall of Fame (MAC). The Ackerman native coached football, girls' basketball, and track in Mississippi for over 30 years. Ward came to Kosciusko in 1981 and spent three years as head... Read More.
Images of flash flooding in Attala County today. If you have pictures or videos of flooding today, you can send them to the Breezy 101 text line (662-289-1011) or send them in a message on Facebook. (more…)
Applications for the 2021-2022 Mayor's Youth Council are now available at Kosciusko City Hall. The mission of the Mayor’s youth council is to seek and develop young leaders. These individuals will exhibit excellence in character through punctuality, accountability and adherence to rules and regulations. The Mayor's Youth Council is open to any 9th - 12th grade student at Kosciusko... Read More.
The Kosciusko Football Pigskin Classic has been postponed due to weather. The tournament will now be played Friday, July 9. For more information, contact head football coach Casey Orr at 662-285-8260. The Kosciusko Football Pigskin Classic is set for Friday, June 11 at Red Bud Springs Golf Course in Kosciusko. The tournament is a 27-hole three man scramble. Entry fees are $300/team... Read More.
The Kosciusko Whippets began summer workouts Wednesday morning. The team participated in a 7-on-7 scrimmage against the Winona Tigers. Both teams took turns playing offense and defense with both the varsity and junior varsity squads. Kosciusko will host Winona in the regular season on Friday, Sept. 3 in Kosciusko. See the complete Kosciusko... Read More.
Story by Steve Diffey with HolmesAthletics.com. EVANS, Ga. --- The No. 2 seeded Holmes Community College Lady Bulldogs knocked off the No. 4 seeded Heartland Hawks 2-1 in double overtime here Tuesday in the 2020-21 NJCAA Division II Women's Soccer National Tournament semifinals. With the win, the Lady Bulldogs improved to 15-0-1 on the season. Holmes will play No.... Read More.