Multiple Car Accidents in Attala County

6:30 am - Attala Central Fire, Zama Volunteer Fire Department, Attala County Deputies, and Emergency Services were called to a head on colision on Hwy. 19 South. 6:50 am - Kosciusko Police were called to a home on North Natchez Street due to a disturbance. 6:51 am - Kosciusko Police responded to an alarm going off... Read More.

Fatal wreck on Hwy 19 South

One person is dead following an early morning wreck in eastern Attala County. The wreck happened at 6:30 am on Hwy 19 South near Attala Road 5015 between a car and 18-wheeler. Attala County Coronoer Sam Bell said 38-year-old Alesha Jean Taylor  of Clarke County was pronounced dead at the scene. Calls to the Mississippi Highway Patrol for more information... Read More.

Allie’s Joys to hold Crawfish Boil

Allie's Joys, a nonprofit organization in Kosciusko, is holding a crawfish boil. The event is set for Saturday, May 8. To preorder, call 662-582-8087 or 662-582-8508. Pickup will begin at 11:30 am at Pop's Produce south of Kosciusko. Allie's Joys is a non-profit organization created by Allie Grayce Gibson as a way to bring joy and give gifts to children with... Read More.

Multiple Disturbances in Attala County

4:42 am – Kosciusko City Fire responded to a fire alarm at Hickory Hills Apartments. It was a false alarm. 8:21 am – Kosciusko Police were called to Lightning Lube on Hwy. 12 East due to a customer threatening an employee and trying to start a fight. 12:40 pm – Attala County Deputies were called to Attala Road 3032... Read More.

Kosciusko featured in new video series that spotlight Main Street communities in Hills Region

The City of Kosciusko is featured in a new video series from Mississippi Main Street. The Mississippi Hills National Heritage Area (MHNHA) and the Mississippi Main Street Association (MMSA) have partnered on a video marketing project to spotlight the Main Street communities in the Hills region. The new series of video shorts opens doors to the 23 Mississippi Main... Read More.