One dead in shooting on South Wells Street, suspect apprehended

One person is dead and one is in custody following a Wednesday afternoon shooting in Kosciusko. Chief of Police Herbert Dew said the shooting happened around 2:45 pm at a house on South Wells Street. According to Dew, the victim, whose name has not been released, was shot multiple times. The suspect left the scene, but was apprehended by police... Read More.

Update: Natchez Trace Parkway releases statement on fatal crash

The Natchez Trace Parkway has released a statement on the fatal crash from Monday night that:  On January 25, 2021, Natchez Trace Parkway law enforcement responded to a motor vehicle crash near Milepost 151. Upon arrival, park rangers discovered that two vehicles struck a large tree that had fallen in the roadway.    The driver of one vehicle, 36-year-old,... Read More.

Emergency Dispatches: January 27

1:36am - Kosciusko Police responded to a home on Hwy. 12 West after being notified of an alarm going off. 1:42pm - Kosciusko Police responded to a burglary at a home on Peeler Street.

Attala County Schools announce Pre-K registration

Pre-registration for Pre-K and Kindergarten classes at Greenlee and Long Creek Elementary Schools will begin Monday, Feb. 22. Pre-K students must be 4-years-old by Sept. 1. Documents required for registration include: Birth certificate Social Security Card Two proofs of residence Completed shot record For more information, contact  Greenlee Elementary at (662) 674-5263 or Long Creek Elementary at (662) 289-1630.

Qualifying for 2021 municipal elections continues

The qualifying period for 2021 Kosciusko municipal elections has begun. Qualifying for office officially begins Monday, Jan. 4. and runs through Friday, Feb.5 at 5:00 pm. Municipal elections for 2021 include races for mayor and alderman. Additonally, alderman at-large Tim Kyle has announced that he will run for mayor. Kosciusko Mayor Jimmy Cockroft has already announced that he... Read More.

DUI and other recent arrests

On 01-26-2021, April C. Shambles, a 36 year old b/f from Kosciusko, was arrested for Disobeying a Police Officer and Resisting Arrest on Fairground Street by Officer Casey Pounders. On 01-25-2021, Marcie L. Edwards, a 33 year old w/f from Kosciusko, was arrested for Disturbing the Peace on Goodman Street by Officer Toweeka Ferguson. On 01-24-2021, Eddie D. Winters,... Read More.

Almost 200,000 Vaccinations Have Been Administered Across The State

193,429 vaccines have been administered in Mississippi with 175,817 first round vaccinations and 18,012 second round vaccinations. 1328 people have been vaccinated from Attala, 1258 people from Leake, 1572 from Neshoba and 1236 from Winston county. Overall 449,300 vaccines have been received and distributed throughout Mississippi as of today. Vaccines are available in our region at the Neshoba... Read More.

Emergency Dispatches: January 26

12:58pm - Attala Deputies responded to a house on Attala Road 2221 after calls of a custody disagreement. 3:42pm - Attala Deputies responded to Attala Road 5217 for reports of a shot dog. 5:35pm - Kosciusko Police responded to a house on Landrum Street due to calls of a stolen bike. 6:37pm - Kosciusko Police responded... Read More.

Live Music and Dancing at the VFW

Come out to the Kosciusko VFW on the first and third Saturdays of each month for live music and dancing. Sidetrack will be performing this Saturday, January 30 from 8:00pm - 12:00am. The VFW is located on Hwy. 12 behind the Army Tank. Contact Larry Smith at (901)-626-1040 for more information.

House struck by lightning in southern Attala County

Attala County firefighters and Zama volunteers were called to the scene of a house struck by lightning Monday evening. It happened around 6:50 pm on Attala Road 1115, also known as Little Hill Road. The caller said she did not see any flames, but did smell smoke. Attala County firefighters responded to the scene but said there was no fire. Entergy... Read More.

McAdams Students Meet with Harvard Professor

Last Thursday, the 21st, McAdams students, and a class facilitator, participated in a Global Teaching Project Dinner Discussion via Zoom.  There, they met with Dr. Edward Ryan, a professor at Harvard University.  Thank you for representing our area on the national level.