The Kosciusko Board of Aldermen is looking to fill an open position on the Kosciusko School Board. Applications for the open position can be found here and will be accepted until Friday, June 28. The new appointee will finish the remainder of Brad Love's unexpired term. For more information, call Kosciusko City Hall at 662-289-1226.
The Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center has announced Star Students for the 4th-nine weeks grading period. (more…)
The Automotive Service Technology program at the Kosciusko Attala Career Tech Center recently had four students to qualify to take the Automotive Service Exam (ASE) entry-level certification exam. This exam identifies students that have a knowledge-based readiness for a career in the automotive industry. The students took exams in the Automobile field and were given the opportunity to receive... Read More.
A former Kosciusko Whippet is playing in the National Junior College Athletic Association World Series. Jerod Meggs, a 2017 KHS graduate, and his team, the Pearl River Community College Wildcats, are currently 1-1 in World Series play from Oklahoma. This is the first World Series appearance for the team since 2002. The... Read More.
Kosciusko High School head baseball coach Jonathan Jones has been hired as head coach and assistant athletic director at Neshoba Central High School. Jones, a Neshoba Central graduate, will return to his alma mater after spending the past 13 seasons in Kosciusko. "I love my KO-boys and their families and want to thank them for the opportunity I... Read More.
Kosciusko Whippet baseball player Micah Parker signed Wednesday to play for Copiah-Lincoln Community College. In his senior season, Parker led the team in batting average, hits and runs scored and helped lead the Whippets to a Co-Region 4-4A Championship. He was named the team's Most Valuable Player during Monday night's athletic awards banquet. Parker was joined at the signing by... Read More.
The best in Kosciusko Whippets' sports from the 2018 - 2019 season were honored Monday night at the annual Athletic Banquet. The evening began with a meal for all players and coaches. Following the meal, parents and members of the community joined the festivities as coaches from 16 teams took to the podium to hand out awards to the... Read More.
After a disappointing loss on Friday night, The Kosciusko Lady Whippets traveled to Tishomingo County desperate for a win to continue their run for the state championship. It was a hard and fast game. The Tishomingo Lady Braves drew first blood, scoring a run in the bottom of the first inning. The Lady Whippets came right back... Read More.
The Kosciusko Whippets Fast-Pitch Softball team lost to the Tishomingo County Lady Braves Friday night with a final score of 5-3. The bleachers were filled and tension was high as the Lady Whippets hosted the Tishomingo County Braves for game one of the quarter-finals for the north state championship. The game started off hard and didn't let up. Both... Read More.
The Kosciusko Whippets baseball team traveled to Pontotoc for their final game against the Warriors Monday evening. Everything was on the line. Whoever won Monday night's matchup would face the waiting Ripley Tigers in the high-school baseball quarter finals. The game started with back-to-back clashes. Kosciusko started off with a home run. Pontotoc answered with two runs. It... Read More.
After a disappointing loss to Pontotoc in the first game of the second best-of-three series in the high school baseball playoffs, the Whippets played at home on Saturday to war with the Warriors in an ultimate do-or-die match. They got off to a good start with a 3-0 lead after the first inning. ... Read More.