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.

Photos: National Day of Prayer service held in downtown Kosciusko

Ministers, law enforcement officers, and other members of the community visited Red Bud Springs Park in downtown Kosciusko Thursday to observe a time of prayer and reflection. Following the opening prayer, the crowd was then divided into smaller groups where local ministers led prayer for the specific areas of government, military, media, business, education, church and family.

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.

Central Electric Restoration Efforts Continue

Lineman from three electric cooperatives in Mississippi continue to work alongside CEPA personnel in the Philadelphia and Sebastopol districts. Outside assistance arrived Wednesday and began making great progress in restoring power to members. Crews continue to work in each district today to restore power as quickly and safely as possible. As of 8:00 am., Central Electric Power Association has 908... 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.

The Vaccination Report

1,728,258 vaccines have been administered in Mississippi with 1,927,505 distributed. 10,587 people have been vaccinated from Attala, 10,590 people from Leake,10,618 from Neshoba, and 9,968 from Winston county. Vaccines have now been distributed in multiple venues around the state. Governor Reeves announced vaccination eligibility has now expanded to ages 16 and over. Vaccines will be distributed in... Read More.

Update From Central Electric

Date: May 5, 2021 Time: 6:00 p.m. Central Electric Restoration Efforts Continue Since the severe weather passed through our entire service territory yesterday, significant progress has been made in power restoration efforts. There is extensive damage to many lines due to trees and limbs down along with 25 broken poles. Crews are working in each district to restore power as quickly and safely... 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.