Boswell Media Sports and Breezy 101 are excited to announce another exciting year of radio and online coverage for select Kosciusko Whippet baseball games. The broadcast schedule games against Ridgeland, Ethel, Neshoba... Read More.
Presbyterian Day School 6th graders recently visited the Mississippi State Capitol. Speaker Pro Tempore Jason White explained to the students how bills are presented in the house of representatives. Students also met with Kosciusko native Sara Bailey Jones who is... Read More.
The Attala County Helping Hands Ministries’ Board of Directors recently selected Jacqueline Winters as its new Executive Director.Winters succeeds Scott Carson who completed his tenure at the end of 2022.As Executive Director, Winters will oversee operations at the organization’s distribution center and its thrift... Read More.
The Mississippi Hills National Heritage Area (MHNHA) and the Mississippi Main Street Association (MMSA) have partnered on a “Grow, Revise & Share” community branding grant project to benefit the Main Street communities in the Hills region of Mississippi.The grant project is supported by the... Read More.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi senators are proposing an $80 million grant program for financially struggling hospitals and other programs to help the state attract and retain nurses and physicians.Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann unveiled the plans Wednesday.One proposal would forgive up to $18,000 in... Read More.
*Story by Steve Diffey from Holmescc.edu.Holmes Community College recently purchased a 52-foot eighteen wheeler trailer equipped with eight state-of-the-art welding station booths that will function as a stand-alone training center. It will allow an advanced selection of training as the trailer also includes a... Read More.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi legislators had a light workload the first two weeks of their three-month session.But they are about to get busy debating proposals on health care, voting rights and other issues.Monday was the deadline to file general bills. Committees face a... Read More.
STARKVILLE, Miss.—Mississippi State University President Mark E. Keenum today [Jan. 13] announced Zac Selmon — the scion of a legendary college football family and a rising star in athletics administration — as... Read More.
Democrat Brandon Presley says he is running for Mississippi governor this year because he believes state government and the current Republican governor are disconnected from the needs of working people.Presley is his fourth term as a Mississippi utilities regulator, and he is a distant... Read More.
It was mostly quiet in Kosciusko / Attala County on Wednesday with the exception of one call of a trespasser.