Kosciusko Main Street's 6th annual Fall Festival is coming to downtown Kosciusko Saturday, Sept. 28. The festival will feature local artisans, arts and crafts, and food. Contact Courtney Blaine at the Kosciusko Attala Partnership office for more information at 662-289-2981.
St.Therese Catholic Church, located at 108 Bell St. Kosciusko, holds Mass (English) Sunday 10:30 A.M, Mass (Spanish) Sunday 2:00 P.M, Wednesday Holy Hour 5:00 P.M , Wednesday Mass 6:00 P.M. Mt. Lebanon United Methodist Church invites everyone to annual Revival starting Monday, September 16th thru Wednesday, September 18th, 2019 at 7:15 p.m. nightly. There will be a... Read More.
The Attala County Fire Department is taking applications for the position of entry-level firefighter. Entry-level firefighters provide fire and rescue services to Attala County. This includes fire suppression, rescue, and fire prevention. Applicants should be in sound physical condition and capable of working in high heat to freezing temperatures, heights, small/confined spaces, and other hazardous environments. Employees at the Attala... Read More.
Officials with the Zama Water Association have issued a Boil Water Alert for a section of the water system. The alert applies to 349 customers who get their water from the Zama Water Association in Attala County. The Boil Water Alert was issued because an area of the water system lost pressure due a break in the water line. As... Read More.
Before the Whippets take the field Friday night, you can hear a preview of the game during the Servpro Coaches Show. This week, Kosciusko Whippets head coach Kelly Causey talks about QB Ethan Wood's record setting performance and previews the upcoming game with Grenada. The Servpro Coaches Show airs on Breezy 101 Thursdays at 7:35 am and 3:35 pm. The... Read More.
https://youtu.be/08kU5IYOOjs For the last couple of weeks, the Neshoba County Sheriff’s Department has received numerous reports of thefts happening primarily at residential properties. “The county has been getting hit pretty hard recently with thefts. Like I said stolen lawn mowers, stolen trailers, 4-wheelers, weed eaters, chainsaws, that kind of thing,” said Investigator Josh Burt. Investigator Burt said the sheriff’s department... Read More.
Are you a high school junior or parents or a legal guardian of one and receives electric service from Central Electric Power Association? If so, how would you like to spend a week in Washington, D.C.? Through an interview process, the winners will attend a three day workshop in Jackson and visit our nation’s capital for a week next summer. October... Read More.
The Kicks Picks Presented by Wheel In Grocery of Carthage was any very competitive competition in Week 3. Four entrants tied for the top spot with Billy Wilbanks, of Carthage claiming the Tailgate Prize Pack on the tie breaker. Others tied were Mike Hatcher, of Kosciusko; Jimmy Pickle, of Carthage and Aaron Terrell, of Union. Week 4 picks can... Read More.
Officials with the Mississippi State Board of Health have issued a precautionary Boil Water Alert for the town of Pickens. The alert applies to 1,157 customers who get their water from the Pickens water supply in Holmes County. The Boil Water Alert was issued because an area of the water system lost pressure due a break in the water... Read More.
Kosciusko Whippet quarterback Ethan Wood has been named this week’s Autumn Ridge Dental Player of the Game. Wood passed for 290 yards and 3 touchdowns in the Whippets’ 35-28 loss Friday against Winona. For his performance, Wood was awarded a t-shirt courtesy of Autumn Ridge Dental. The Whippets will next take the... Read More.