The Kosciusko School Board honored students and teachers who recorded high test scores at the latest board meeting.
The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) is alerting motorists in Carroll County of an upcoming bridge closure that will impact travel. The bridge closure on State Route 35 over the Petacocowa Creek, 2 miles south of the Grenada County line, is set for Sept.... Read More.
The Holmes Bulldogs hosted the East Central Warriors in Thursday night's community college football. Coming off their outstanding win last week, the Bulldogs hope to do as well against the high-powered Warriors.The Bulldogs started the game with a touchdown on the first possession. The... Read More.
The Sixth Chancery Court District, which includes Attala County, along with the Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Project is sponsoring free Family Law & Expungement Legal Clinics to assist low-income residents with their legal matters.
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced today that certain Private Non- Profit organizations (PNPs) in 12 additional Mississippi counties that do not provide critical services of a governmental nature may be eligible to apply for low-interest disaster loans for damages from... Read More.
Ugly Art was held this past Thursday Sept. 7 at the Attala County Library. Over 90 people showed up for this creative event Participants received a mystery bag filled with a variety of craft supplies and were challenged to create... Read More.
Coming off their exciting win last week, the Kosciusko Whippets football team hosted the Winona Tigers Friday night in what some said may well be their toughest competition of the year.In the first quarter, the Tigers drew first blood, but the Whippets returned the... Read More.
In the first game of the new season, the Holmes Community College Bulldogs hosted the Pearl River Wildcats.The Bulldogs opened the scoring with a touchdown in the first quarter. Adding another touchdown, the Bulldogs led at halftime, 14-0.Scoring in the third and fourth quarters,... Read More.
An investigation is under way in the residential shooting that led to the death of Tracy Weaver, 46, of Kosciusko. After the investigation is complete by Mississippi Bureau of Investigation and The Attala County Sheriff's Department, the evidence will be presented to a Grand... Read More.