Police are searching for two suspects in connection with a fatal shooting Wednesday in Kosciusko. Chief of Police Herbert Dew said warrants have been issued for 30-year-old Ruben Bell and 30-year-old Stephen Adams. The two are wanted for murder in connection with the shooting that happened Wednesday afternoon at the intersection of Hwy 43 N and 4th Avenue in... Read More.
In Celebration of the Fourth of July, Fair Propane, along with Culpepper Funeral Home and Boswell Media, hosted a Military and Veterans Appreciation lunch. Many local veterans were served Pulled Pork Sandwiches, Hamburgers, Hot dogs, and homemade Ice Cream. Thank you to Fair Propane for hosting this event.
The Kosciusko Rotary Club has received a special award resulting in a $1000 gift. The club has had the greatest percentage increase in the district. With so many new members, The Club can serve Kosciusko and Attala County in a greater capacity and with efficiency. With the motto, "Service above self," Rotary International vows to use membership... Read More.
Boswell Media welcomes Hannah Lynn Daugherty to our staff. Hannah Lynn is a 2018 graduate from Mississippi State University with a bachelors degree in Communications. Hannah Lynn was introduced to Boswell Media through the Mississippi Association of Broadcaster's on Campus program. This program is used to introduce university students majoring in Marketing, Broadcasting, and Communications to Radio... Read More.
Ivey Mechanical along with Holmes Community College offered an Introduction to Sheet Metal Course at Holmes Attala Center. This course was 12 weeks long. Curtis Turnbo, Ivey's recruiting and training manager, was the instructor for this class. Each graduating student will now begin a career in sheet metal at Ivey Mechanical. The graduating class included Lyntez Merritt,... Read More.
The Kosciusko Lions Club is doing their part in spreading Holiday Cheer throughout Attala County. On Tuesday, they sang Christmas Carols and passed out gifts to all nursing home residents. On Wednesday, the Lions Club delivered 304 food baskets to residents of Attala County. Each basket included 20 canned foods, sugar, flour, a rotisserie chicken, hot dogs,... Read More.
The 6th grade quest class at Kosciusko Junior High School is working hard to help others this holiday season. These students along with their teacher Darcy Bingham are collecting can goods, cereal, and Ramen Noodles to be given to Helping Hands and The Lions Club. The goal is to collect 8,000 can goods. Last year this campaign... Read More.
Join us Monday, 11:00 at Franks Chevrolet, Buick, GMC for the Cruisin for a Cure launch party. You can be one of the first to sign the Pink 2018 Chevrolet Silverado Cruisin for a Cure Truck. Lunch will be provided by Franks Chevrolet. Audio: Breck and Melissa discuss the upcoming kickoff... Read More.
The Kosciusko Lions Club conducted a student vision screening at French Camp Academy on Wednesday. The Lions Club used their Plusoptix Vision Screener to test the eye sight of 160 High School students. Those needing additional eye treatment will be referred to an optometrist. This is a free service offered by the Kosciusko Lions Club that is... Read More.
Thursday was Dictionary Day in Attala County as Kosciusko Rotarians provided 312 dictionaries, along with instructional programs, to all third graders! Kosciusko Rotarians fund the project, and those assisting Mr. Dictionary (Dr. Larry Routt) with the instructional programs are Rotarians Robert Autry, Holly Casey, Michelle Nicholson, Hilliary O'Bryant, Billy Proctor and Curtis Turnbo. The children had lots... Read More.
Ivey Mechanical was recently named one of Mississippi's 2018 Best Places to Work by the Mississippi Business Journal. They were selected by an employee based survey. Ivey Mechanical has over 140 employees that have worked for the company at least 20 years. Ten of those employees have been with Ivey's over 40 years. Congratulations to Ivey Mechanical... Read More.