Students with the Kosciusko Junior High School Drama class stopped by “Good Morning Kosciusko” Tuesday to discuss the upcoming Dessert Theater. Aariel Winters and Eric Dotson appeared on the show to discuss the roles they play in "Junie B Jones is not a Crook." This year’s... Read More.
Mr. Gerald Simmons, Automotive Service Technology Instructor, from the Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center, was recently recognized at the Skills USA State Competition as the 2018 Advisor of the Year. Mr. Simmons has been the automotive program instructor and Skills USA Advisor for 30 years.
Central Hills Baptist Retreat honored one of its longest tenured employees Monday afternoon. A retirement reception was held for Long time Food Service Director Lavern Wade. “She’s not just our Food Service Director or our head cook, she’s a minister of the gospel,” said MS Baptist... Read More.
The Kosciusko Attala Career Tech Center was well represented this year at the Skills USA State Competition. Joshua Rudisill (pictured - left) placed 1st in the Automotive Service Technology contest. He won a $7500 scholarship to Lincoln Tech and a ratchet and socket set from... Read More.
(AP) - Groups are expressing interest in opening 17 charter schools in Mississippi. The state's Charter School Authorizer Board on Monday accepted letters of intent from 16 potential school operators. Existing charter school operator RePublic Schools, which is operating two middle schools in Jackson and... Read More.
The Carmack Grand Ole Opry will be held at the Carmack Community Center on Saturday, April 14. Hamburger and hot dog plates will be sold beginning at 5:00 pm. A pre-show begins at 5:30 pm and the Grand Ole Opry will begin at 7:00 pm. Bro. Ron... Read More.
The Attala County Friends of the Library will be having their spring book today and tomorrow. The book sale will be held at the Attala County Library's garage from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. For more information, visit the Attala County Library... Read More.
Kosciusko High School’s Dual-Credit American Literature II students competed in the Mississippi Poetry Society’s 2018 competition. Winners were announced at the 2018 Spring Poetry Festival Competition in Ocean Springs, MS. Pic from L to R: Avie Anna Massey, Makenzie Ryals, Kestyn Williams, and Thomas Brunt
Winners of the 2017 Louisiana-Mississippi Associated Press Broadcasters and Media Editors contest were announced Saturday at the World War II Museum in New Orleans. Dozens of AP-member newspapers and TV and radio broadcasters in both states submitted more than 1,400 entries in the contest that... Read More.