1:32 a.m. – Kosciusko Police were called to a residence on West Adams Street when they received reports of a trespasser. 1:43 a.m. – Attala County Deputies were called to a residence on Attala Road 1034 when a domestic disturbance was reported. 6:22 a.m. – Attala County Deputies were alerted to a reckless driver traveling Highway 19 South headed... Read More.
***UPDATE*** Golf Course Road is back open and the radio station is down another tree! As most of you know, we've been clearing some trees here at the radio station. Golf Course Road is currently blocked so that the crew can safely... Read More.
Holmes Community College head softball coach Trae Embry visited with Breck Riley during halftime of the Holmes football game Thursday night to discuss the fall softball season. (more…)
WASHINGTON-President Biden and Governor Tate Reeves have had words for each other over the past week after Biden's order mandating companies to make employees get the COVID-19 vaccine. Congressman Bennie Thompson says he's A-okay with Biden's Thursday speech, in which he criticized Reeves directly. “Some of the same governors attacking me are in states with the strictest vaccine... Read More.
PHILADELPHIA, Miss.--Monocolonal antibody treatments are available in every county in central Mississippi, and for now the federal government in footing the bill, according the Miss. Dept. of Health's website. "So to protect the moms and also to protect our babies, we need to prevent COVID infection and we need to look at getting the antibodies if pregnant women... Read More.
Superintendent of Education, Billy Ellzey has released the following statement about KHS returning to in person learning. Kosciusko High School will return to in person classes five days a week for all studentsbeginning Monday, September 20, 2021. After seeing a significant decrease in positive cases
12:14 a.m. – Kosciusko Police were called to a residence on North Natchez Street in response to a residential alarm alert. 12:43 a.m. – Kosciusko Police, Kosciusko Fire Department, and Emergency Medical Services were called to the intersection of Fairground Street and North East Street when two vehicles crashed there, taking down a light pole. No serious injuries... Read More.
KOSCIUSKO, Miss.--Both Leake County and Kosciusko Schools have kids in hybrid learning, alternating days in the classroom and virtual instruction. That situation could change at the end of October and it could be a sign that the pandemic is slowing in the state. "As we were working to get kids back to in-person learning this fall, Delta slowed... Read More.
JACKSON, Miss.--Mississippi teachers, at almost every level of expertise and experience, make less than the average for the southeastern United States. The Mississippi Senate Education Committee held a discussion on how to change that Wednesday. "The teacher salary schedule is set by law," said Dr. Felicia Gavin, Chief of Operations with the Miss. Dept. of Education, as she... Read More.
CARTHAGE, Miss.--Fewer people are getting the COVID-19 vaccine this month, according to data from the Miss. Dept. of Health. Mississippi still has the lowest vaccine rate of any state in the country. The rate at which people get the vaccine tends to go up when the number of cases go up, and vice versa. As the Delta variant... Read More.
12:45 p.m. – Kosciusko Police were called to the parking lot of Walmart when they received reports of a minor two-vehicle collision there. No injuries were reported. 7:09 a.m. – Attala Deputies responded to a call reporting a domestic disturbance at a residence on Attala Road 3122. 11:26 p.m. – Attala County Deputies were called to Attala Road 4116... Read More.
Trees are coming down on all around the Boswell Media studio on Golf Course Road in Kosciusko. Work crews are clearing trees from around the building as work continues on erecting a new radio tower. Cleaning crews from Kosciusko Water & Light, Central Electric Power Association, T&K Farms, and Johnathan Steed... Read More.