Boswell Media's radio and online news teams have been nominated for numerous awards in the Louisiana-Mississippi Associated Press Broadcasters and Media Editors Professional contest. The WLIN/WCKK News Department leads the way with four nominations across four... Read More.
Before the Whippets take the baseball diamond, you can hear a preview of the game during the Servpro Coaches Show. Whippet Head Coach Jonathan Jones sits down this week to recap the 2017 season and previews the opening day game against Yazoo City. The Servpro Coaches... Read More.
Smithfield Foods, Inc. joined forces with Food Depot—parent company, Potter and Sims Foods of Kosciusko—to donate more than 33,000 pounds of protein to the Mississippi Food Network on Tuesday. Smithfield’s contribution was part of the company’s 2018 Helping Hungry Homes® donation tour. Now... Read More.
A man that escaped the Neshoba County Sheriff's Department custody on Monday is back in custody. Sheriff Tommy Waddell says Josh Andrews, was on supervised yard duty with several other inmates when he jumped a fence and ran into the woods near the jailhouse Monday... Read More.
With spring time being a prime time for severe weather in Mississippi, and this week being Severe Weather Preparedness week, now is a good time to for residents to sign up for Code Red Weather Warnings. The warnings will send users phone calls, text messages,... Read More.
Update: Kosciusko E-911 Dispatch Director Liz Peteet says the problem has been fixed. Callers should still get in the habit of dialing 911 for all emergencies. 11:30 am: The Kosciusko E-911 dispatch center is having problems receiving calls from C-Spire customers. Director Liz Peteet told Breezy News... Read More.
Update: This section of N Jackson Street is back open. Crews fixed the problem late Monday afternoon. 2-19: Sewer problems have shut down a street in downtown Kosciusko. Kosciusko Mayor Jimmy Cockroft said the section of N. Jackson Street has been closed between W. Adams to... Read More.