Here’s a look back at the some of the biggest happenings in Kosciusko and Attala County from 2022:
Claude Julians and Breezy 101 want to send you to see Morgan Wallen in Oxford.Through Saturday, Dec. 31, stop by Claude Julians Clothing Company on the west side of the square in Kosciusko and register to get entered into the drawing.The winner will be... Read More.
The Mississippi Higway Patrol is getting ready to launch its "Home for The Holidays" enforcement campaign.The MHP safety awareness initiative kicks off the holiday travel period Friday, Dec. 23 at 6:00 am and runs through Monday, Dec. 26 at midnight.“The holiday season is a... Read More.
This week on Minute with the Mayor: Kosciusko Mayor Tim Kyle discusses the city's final Board of Aldermen meeting of 2022.
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency has issued an alert for the severe cold weather that will move into the state this weekend.
Teachers are Kosciusko Lower Elementary greeted students and parents Monday morning dressed as popular Christmas characters. Additionally, teachers handed out hot chocolate to parents as they dropped off their children.
A Kosciusko Whippets football player announced Friday where he plans to play in college.During a ceremony at Kosciusko High School, Lee Wade announced that he was signing with East Mississippi Community College.Wade was a 4-year starter for the Whippets.He helped lead the team to... Read More.
The Martha Jo Leslie State Veterans Home in Kosciusko is holding its “Adopt-a-Veteran Drive Thru” today.
Greenlee Elementary students were surprised Friday morning in the drop off line as some famous Christmas characters were unloading the vehicles. Angie Lacy, Pam McDaniel as The Grinch, Aubry Oswalt as Cindy Lou Who, Josie Bain as Olaf, Jenny Wood, Daphne Steed as a... Read More.
The Kosciusko Lions Club is spreading Christmas cheer today with by passing out Christmas Food Baskets.