Cruisin for a Wish weekly schedule of events

The entire month of October, Boswell Media and the Make A Wish Foundation will once again be “Cruisin for a Wish.” Throughout the month, the official “Cruisin for a Wish” vehicle will travel to local businesses in Attala, Leake, Neshoba, and Winston counties to raise money to help grant wishes for kids in each county. The vehicle is a... Read More.
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Travis Tritt cancels show at Pearl River Resort

Multi-platinum selling and award-winning artist Travis Tritt has announced he will not perform at venues that require proof of COVID vaccination, mask mandates, or testing. As a result, the following Travis Tritt shows have been canceled: Muncie, Indiana on Oct. 23, Philadelphia, Mississippi on November 6, Peoria, Illinois on Nov 11 and Louisville, Kentucky on Nov. 13. In a... Read More.
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***WINNER ANNOUNCED*** Week 9’s Winner & Make Your Picks!!!

Kicks Picks Presented By Byar's Furniture of Philadelphia had some close competition for week 9. One entrant edged out the rest..and that entrant was Michael Donovan of Carthage.  Congratulations Michael, you’ve won the weekly prize of a $50 gift certificate presented by Lee's Steakhouse of Sebastopol! Keep playing Kicks Picks each week as the person who selects the most... Read More.
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FBC Kosciusko Fall Festival Scheduled

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.
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Mississippi chief justice extends COVID-19 order for courts

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.
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Mississippi works to offer driver’s license in digital form

Mississippi is developing a way for people to have their driver’s license, vaccination card and other state-issued documents available in a smartphone wallet. Commissioner of Public Safety Sean Tindell said Tuesday that the digital driver’s license, or mobile ID, could be available as soon as November. Tindell said people would have the option of an electronic driver’s license or... Read More.
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Kicks Picks Week 8 Winner Announced

Week 8 of Kicks Picks presented by Byars Furniture of Philadelphia is the very first week we have had someone get every single pick CORRECT!! Todd Terrell of Decatur is our Friday Night Food Spot WINNER! Congratulations Mr. Terrell! You have won a $50 gift certificate to Lee’s Steakhouse in Sebastopol. You too could be a winner. Just be sure... Read More.
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Guest Blames High Gas Prices Partly on Biden

WASHINGTON--The national gas average is higher than it's been in four years. Congressman Michael Guest, a Republican who represents Neshoba County and parts of east and central Mississippi, blames that, at least partially, on Pres. Biden's policies. "Earlier this year, Pres. Biden curbed domestic oil production & then asked Russia & OPEC to supply our oil needs," said... Read More.