Emergency Dispatches: March 27, 2018

At 8:45 am, Kosciusko police were notified of a red Dodge Ram driving recklessly on Hwy 12 near C-Spire. At 11:37 am, Kosciusko fire and police were called to the intersection of N Wells and W North Streets in Kosciusko for a report of a... Read More.

Two car accident on N Wells Street

At 11:37 am, Kosciusko police were called to N Wells St for a report of a two car accident. A black Dodge Charger and a red Jeep collided at the intersection of N Wells and W North Streets. A passenger in the Dodge was trapped in... Read More.

Long Creek Elementary to host annual testing pep rally

Long Creek Elementary will be hosting its annual Testing Pep Rally event Thursday, March, 29 at 5:00 pm. This year's theme is "Step Up to the Plate." The pep rally is hosted to get students excited about upcoming state test and to give parents/guardians important information... Read More.

City releases update on Native American Museum project

The City of Kosciusko has released an update on the progress of ongoing construction at the site of the future Mississippi Native America Museum. Mayor Jimmy Cockroft released the following statement to the media Monday morning: "When the City acquired the building, we recognized it was... Read More.

Opioid Town Hall set for April 10

The Mississippi Department of Mental Health is putting on an Opioid Town Hall meeting in Kosciusko. The meeting is set for Tuesday, April 10 at the Attala County Coliseum. State and local officials will be on hand to discuss the ongoing opioid crisis plaguing the state. The... Read More.

Library hosts blood drive for Journey Cummins

On Tuesday, March 20, the Attala County Library held a blood drive through Mississippi Blood Services for Journey Cummins. Journey, the 21-month-old daughter of Ryan and Tara Cummins, is currently battling cancer and sometimes requires blood transfusions. Fifty-one individuals registered and 48 donors were able to... Read More.