The Skipworth Performing Arts Center (or the old Kosciusko Jr. High School auditorium as some know it) is undergoing renovations, and with that comes new seating. The old chairs in the building right now are about 60 years old and made of cast iron... Read More.
Boswell Media General Manager Melissa Boswell Townsend appeared on The BreckFast Show Friday morning to preview this weekend's Mississippi Songwriter of the Year competition.
Hot temperatures across the area are placing additional demands on the power system, and Central Electric Power Association team members are working hard to ensure you remain safe and cool.
Entergy customers in Attala, Leake and 43 other Mississippi counties will be receiving a check or credit for $80 as part of a $300 million settlement with the state's largest electric utility. The Mississippi Public Service Commission made the announcement Thursday and said part... Read More.
Wednesday, June 22, 2022 4:00 a.m. – Attala Central Fire Department responded to a call reporting that the house fire on Attala Road 3047/Britt Road from Tuesday was back burning. When firefighters arrived on scene, the entire structure had rekindled as well as... Read More.
As energy companies reach out to their customers about saving energy during the ongoing heat wave, a scam is going around to take advantage of the situation. The scam comes in the form of an email about your power service. It may be titled "City Metering... Read More.
After only two months on the job, the interim police chief in Carthage will be leaving-- and returning to Kosciusko as a police investigator. Greg Collins says, "It was a hard decision to make but I felt like at this time it would be... Read More.
This week on Minute with the Mayor: Kosciusko Mayor Tim Kyle recaps Tuesday night's meeting of the board of aldermen.
The Skipworth Performing Arts Center welcomed the Mississippi All-State Lions Band Tuesday night with this slideshow recapping the band's history.
The Mississippi-All State Lions Band performed in Kosciusko for the very first time in the band's 70 year history Tuesday night. That concert was held at the Skipworth Performing Arts Center. The band performed its traditional concert, its Salute to Lionism lobby show, and closed with... Read More.