The Zama Volunteer Fire Department will be have a stew sale this Saturday, February 8th at 4:30. Bowls are $7.00, half gallon $15.00, and gallon $30. To pre order you can contact Chad Fortune at 601-927-4839, Ann Fortune at 601-421-9763, or Jeannie Weaver at 601-728-0634
Today all Attala County newly elected and re-elected officials were sworn in at the Attala County Courthouse. Chancery Court Judge Joseph Kilgore began the ceremony congratulating all elected officials and charging them with the duties of being communities servants. Those sworn in were the offices of Supervisor, Justice Court Judge, Constable, Chancery Clerk, Circuit Clerk, Coroner, Tax... Read More.
For some families the most wonderful time of the year is the most stressful time of the year. Boswell Media and Triple M Motors along with many local businesses helped to deliver special Christmas gifts to several families in Central Mississippi. The recipients of our gifts were nominated by others and then selected based on their needs. ... Read More.
The Holidays are filled parties, food, fun, and the magic of Christmas. The Zumba Class at The Health Club had a very magical Christmas party. No, not Santa but Elvis surprised everyone with a special show. To many Elvis and Santa rank at the top together. During this holiday season be on the look out everywhere you... Read More.
Date: October 27, 2019 Central Electric Continues Power Restoration throughout Its Service Area Due to substantial rain fall and damaging winds from Tropical Depression Olga, Central Electric Power Association experienced sustained power outages throughout its seven county service area. CEPA promptly mobilized their field operations staff to restore power. Central Electric Power Association had more than 18,000 members without electric... Read More.
Al made his first Bible talk when he was 9 years old at his home congregation at The Boxwood Church of Christ in Merryville, LA. He was preaching full time when he was 16 years old at Bilbo & Roberts St. Church of Christ in DeRidder, LA. Other places he has preached full time include, Mayfield Church of... Read More.
Attala County native, Anthony Howell started playing the banjo at 11 years old. Under the instruction of Allen Sibley of French Camp, Anthony became quite the musician now playing banjo, mandolin, guitar, and other stringed instruments. Anthony, now 19, is currently on tour with blue grass band Williamson Branch. Williamson Branch is touring throughout the United States,... Read More.
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.