Darren Milner from the Kosciusko Attala Partnership visited "The Breckfast Show" to talk bout the October Scarecrow Contest and the upcoming community movie night. (more…)
Congratulations to Kosciusko High School’s newly elected student council officers. From left to right Keyondra Ferguson (Secretary), Richard Whigham (Vice President), Kimberly Vazquez (President), and Maria Garcia (Treasurer).
Police are investigating a weekend shooting at a Kosciusko apartment complex where over 60 shots were fired. According to Chief of Police Herbert Dew, the shooting happened at 11:45 pm Friday, Oct. 9 at Hickory Hills Apartments on Hwy 12 west. Dew said approximately 20 shots were fired inside the apartment and close to 50 rounds were fired from... Read More.
The deadline is approaching for the Kosciusko Attala Partnership Hometown Scarecrow Contest. Judging for the contest will be Monday, Oct. 19. You must be registered to have your scarecrow and decorations judged for the contest. Registration can be completed online here or by visiting the KAP office at 101 N Natchez Street.
With many upsets taking place during this week, many struggled in Week 6 of Kicks Picks Presented By Byars Furniture of Philadelphia. Two entries however came out on top this week with Kayla Terrell,of Decatur, edging out Terry Adkins in the tiebreaker. Kayla claims the weekly Football Friday Food Prize from Singleton Fish House in Carthage. Don’t forget... Read More.
The pre-K and Kindergarten classes at Greenlee had special visitors from the Attala County Fire Department. As soon as the students saw Captain Morgan Smith and Firefighter Jamerious Funchess pull through the school parking lot in the fire truck, they began to jump with excitement. The firefighters discussed various fire safety rules with the students, modeled and... Read More.
Kosciusko Main Street has been awarded a grant from the Mississippi Main Street Association. Kosciusko Main Street will use grant funds to make physical improvements to Choate's Stand Park, a historic area in downtown Kosciusko on Natchez Street that is being re-developed for an enhanced educational experience for all to enjoy. A split rail fence, wagon, new signs,... Read More.
McAdams High School students recently got creative by creating posters in Ms. Clemons Family Dynamics class to tell how important family is to them.