GAMES!! TRUNK OR TREAT!! CANDY!! FELLOWSHIP!! First Baptist Church of Kosciusko will hold their annual Fall Festival on Wednesday October 27 from 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. It will be held in the parking lot of the Son Building and on the church lawn. There will be hot dogs and chips provided. There will be games on the church... Read More.
Holmes Community College has released the schedule of events for Homecoming 2021. Homecoming will be celebrated all day long on the Goodman Campus Thursday, Oct. 21. The morning kicks off a Visual Arts Show at 8:00 am. The Homecoming football game vs Ms Delta is set for a 3:00 pm kickoff. Homecoming maids will be presented at halftime of the game. The... Read More.
On 10-14-2021, Donald R. Chennault, a 53 year old w/m from Kosciusko, was arrested for Felony DUI, Suspended Driver's License, Disregard for a Traffic Device, Improper Equipment, Improper Turn and False Identifying Information on West Jefferson Street by Officer Robert Overby. On 10-14-2021, Clyde R. Chesser, a 64 year old b/m from Kosciusko, was arrested for DUI-2nd Offense... Read More.
1:10 am - Officials responded to a drunk driver on Highway 25 North. Vehicle was off the roadway but was smoking. 1:26 am - Officials received a call about a vehicle on fire on Highway 16 West. Vehicle ran off the road and hit a tree. 2:17 am - An officer was requested to Hunter Road for a disturbance. 7:29... Read More.
11:11 am - An official was requested on Highway 12 West for a disturbance. 1:02 pm - An officer was dispatched to East Adams for a fight in progress. 2:41 pm - Officials responded to a combine fire on Highway 19. 7:19 pm - An officer was requested to Woodberry Apartments for... Read More.
The Doyle Goss Jail and Bail at the Old Attala County Jail is returning this October. This year's event is set for Friday, Oct. 29. Arrest warrants will be issued for some of Kosciusko and Attala County's most wanted. They will then have to raise money to be bailed out. All the money raised will go to Boswell Media's "Cruisin'... Read More.
The annual Trick or Treat Safety Parade in downtown Kosciusko has been set for Thursday, Oct. 28. The safety parade allows children to Trick-or-Treat around the historic downtown square. Participating businesses on the square will pass out candy from 3:30 - 5:00 pm. For more information, contact the Kosciusko Attala Partnership at 662-289-2981.
The Whippets traveled to Carthage and challenged the Leake Central Gators at their homecoming Friday night. Jumping off with two quick touchdowns, Kosciusko took the lead in the first quarter. But the Gators showed that they're ready for the fight. First quarter score, 14-14. The second quarter saw both teams score again. Halftime, 21-20, Kosciusko. In the third... Read More.
The head of the Mississippi Supreme Court is extending a emergency order that allows judges to postpone jury trials to try to slow the spread of COVID-19. The extended order by Chief Justice Mike Randolph remains in place through Nov. 12. Randolph issued an emergency order in August, and this is the second extension. Judges presiding over drug intervention courts... Read More.
Mark Davis. with Kosciusko Auto Parts,. visited The BreckFast Show this morning to preview the Music and Motors Festival coming to downtown Kosciusko this weekend. (more…)