Update: On Sep. 9, 2020, Johnathon A. Taylor, a 21-year-old b/m from Kosciusko, was arrested for Felony False Pretenses by Investigator Martin Roby. Kosciusko police were assisted in the case by the Yazoo County Sheriff's Department. Taylor was wanted in connection for a missing truck from Franks Chevrolet in Kosciusko. Sept. 9 - The Kosciusko Police Department is needing... Read More.
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August was customer appreciation month for the Mid-Mississippi Regional Library System. A contest was held online through the MMRLS Facebook page. Pictured below at the Attala County Library are the winners of the Amazon HD Fire Tablet 8’s. Pictured:... Read More.
Meet the Whippets is all virtual this year. Watch the videos to meet Kosciusko High School football, cheer, cross country, volleyball teams and junior high football teams. (more…)
Today is Thursday, Sept. 17, the 261st day of 2020. There are 105 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Sept. 17, 1787, the Constitution of the United States was completed and signed by a majority of delegates attending the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia. On this date: In 1862, more than 3,600 men were killed in... Read More.
Local area high school football games for September 18: Attala County: Choctaw County at Kosciusko McAdams at Sebastopol Loyd Star at Ethel Choctaw County: Tupelo Christian at French Camp Holmes County: JZ George at Central Holmes Central Holmes at Indianola Academy Leake County: Leake Academy at Starkville Academy Leake Central at Velma Jackson Leake County at... Read More.
On 9-12-2020, Mary K. Ickom, a 27 year old b/f from Kosciusko, was arrested for Disturbing the Peace, Resisting Arrest and Contempt of Court on Highway 12 East by Lt. Cody Williams. On 9-10-2020, James T. Criddle, a 22 year old b/m from Carthage, was arrested for Possession of Marijuana, Reckless Driving, No Driver's License, No Proof... Read More.
A central Mississippi flea market is scheduled to happen next month, despite a mayor’s attempt to stop it because of COVID-19 safety concerns. The Canton Board of Aldermen voted Monday unanimously to overturn Mayor William Truly’s veto of the Canton Flea Market. The event is usually held twice a year on the town square. Officials canceled... Read More.