Health Science students hear from guest speaker

Health Science II students at the Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center had a presentation on the importance of a Holter device. Roshelle Noel, RN, spoke about using a Holter device for cardiac monitoring and how it works. Students were able to observe how the monitor is placed and removed on a patient. This was a great clinical learning experience.
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Nicholson helps HOSA students compete in state competition

Michelle Nicholson, State Farm agent, volunteered to assist local students with state competition. Health Science students at the Kosciusko/Attala Career Tech Center are planning to compete in the state HOSA competition virtually this year. In order for these students to compete, they must pay a registration fee. Michelle Nicholson volunteered to assist these students by paying their $20.00 fee to... Read More.
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152,374 Covid-19 Vaccines Have Been Distributed with More to Come

Vaccinations continue. 152, 374 vaccines have been administered with 138,780  first round vaccinations and 13,595 second round vaccinations. 1133 people have been vaccinated from Attala, 796 people from Leake, 1387 from Neshoba and 1167 from Winston county. Some frontline workers and community health care workers received a vaccine yesterday in Leake county. We will keep you updated as more... Read More.
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Dixie National Livestock Show and Rodeo Starts Today

The 56th Annual Dixie National Livestock Show and Rodeo starts today and runs through February 22nd. The largest rodeo event east of the Mississippi River brings in participants from all over the world and generates millions of dollars in the local economy. For more information on the rodeo, concerts and schedules, download the Dixie National Livestock Show and... Read More.
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Emergency Dispatches: January 21

6:30 am - An Attala Deputy was requested at McAdams Quick Stop for a drunk/disorderly customer. 8:48 am - An Attala Deputy was sent to a home on Attala Road 4121 for a family disturbance to have someone removed from the home. 10:02 am - Attala County Emergency Services and Sallis volunteers responded to a one... Read More.
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56th Annual Dixie National Livestock Show and Rodeo Kicks-Off January 22

The 56th Annual Dixie National Livestock Show and Rodeo gets underway Friday, January 22, at the Mississippi State Fairgrounds. The Dixie National Livestock Show and Rodeo, the largest rodeo event east of the Mississippi River, brings in participants from all over the world and generates millions of dollars in the local economy. “For well over 50 years now,... Read More.
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The Vaccination Report

Vaccinations continue. 138,676 vaccines have been administered with 126,955 first round vaccinations and 11,721 second round vaccinations. 1040 people have been vaccinated from Attala, 796 people from Leake, 1241 from Neshoba and 1241 from Winston county. Governor Reeves office confirmed that an additional 20,000 new vaccine appointments are now booked. Additional frontline workers are expected to vaccinated in Leake... Read More.
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MS lottery rakes in $9.8 million in December, one winning $50,000 Powerball ticket sold at Kosciusko gas station

The Mississippi Lottery took in $9.8 million in December. $9,828,078.61 to be exact. In a press release, The Mississippi Lottery Corporation announced $51,453,200.15 in proceeds for 2021. All of that money goes to the Mississippi State Treasury. The MLC also announced winners of smaller prizes from December. One $50,000 winning Powerball ticket was sold at Kangaroo Crossing in Kosciusko. Another $50,000 winning... Read More.
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The Vaccination Report

Vaccinations continue.123,702 vaccines have been administered with 113,578 first round vaccinations and 10,124 second round vaccinations. 833 people have been vaccinated from Attala, 695 people from Leake, 1123 from Neshoba and 946 from Winston county. An additional 52,000 appointments have been confirmed by the MSDH.  Governor Reeves office confirmed that an additional 20,000 new vaccine appointments are now... Read More.