KOSCIUSKO, Miss.--You may have heard of the "Skip the Line" program. It's been in operation for about a year now and allows you to make appointments online before you head to get your driver's license or other documents at any Mississippi Driver's License Bureau. Gov. Tate Reeves, in a press conference Tuesday, announced some improvements that are coming... Read More.
KOSCIUSKO, Miss.--Coronavirus deaths have slowed down, but they haven't stopped. Of the 41 deaths reported by the Miss. state Dept. of Health over the past day, two were in central Mississippi, one person in Scott County and one in Newton County. The Dept. of Health reported 820 new cases. https://twitter.com/TCBPubHealth/status/1447920661649838081?s=20 "Stable cases but still too many deaths. We have lost... Read More.
WASHINGTON--We will be able to pay our national bills, but on borrowed money. The U.S. House voted to raise the debt ceiling temporarily, avoiding a national default, by a vote of 219-206 Tuesday evening. None of Mississippi's Republican representatives voted yes. "I think clearly the debt ceiling and any vote on the debt ceiling is gonna have to... Read More.
1:09 a.m. – Kosciusko Police were called to a North Natchez Street residence for a disturbance in progress there. 7:14 a.m. – Attala County Deputies, Attala County Fire Department, Emergency Medical Services, and MS Highway Patrol were dispatched to a crash on Highway 43 South involving two vehicles. At least one individual was transported to the hospital. 8:28 a.m.... Read More.
KOSCIUSKO, Miss.--No new coronavirus deaths were reported in Mississippi over the weekend. The number of new cases was 1,041 for both Saturday and Sunday. The Miss. State Dept. of Health has made it a custom to publish the weekend numbers for both days on Monday morning. Gov. Tate Reeves announced Monday that he is extending the state of emergency... Read More.
Holmes Community College has announced its 2021 Homecoming Court. Homecoming activities for 2021 are set for Thursday, Oct. 21. The court will be presented at halftime of the Bulldogs game against MS Delta. Goodman Maids Pictured (left to right) are Sophomore Maid Lindsey Kate Turner, Sophomore Maid Jordan Pritchard, Student Body... Read More.
Long Creek Elementary school is holding a Unity Day Program. The program is set for Wednesday, Oct. 20 at 8:45 a.m. in recognition of October as National Bullying Prevention month. During the program, speakers will address bullying awareness and prevention as well how kindness, acceptance and unity matters. Those attending the program are asked to wear orange, the official color... Read More.
8:38 a.m. – Kosciusko Police were called to a Tipton Street residence in response to complaints of a trespasser. 9:41 a.m. – Attala County Deputies and Emergency Medical Services were dispatched to a domestic disturbance at a residence on Old Vaiden Road. 9:43 a.m. – Attala County Deputies were called to a disturbance at a residence on Attala Road... Read More.
Khinyin Chavez Maurice Glenn went missing on April 23, 2021 from Leake County. Mr. Glenn is a 19 year old black male with black hair and brown eyes. He is approximately 5’7” and weighs 165 lbs. He has a heaven’s gate and dove tattoo on his left arm. Mr. Glenn was last seen leaving his grandmother’s home... Read More.
On Tuesday September 28th a little before 8 pm, Leake County Deputies received a call about a vehicle that was stolen from a residence on Highway 25 North. The vehicle was a 1983 Chevrolet Silverado, brown and tan in color. The owner of the truck told the responding deputy that he believed he knew who had taken the... Read More.