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House struck by lightning in southern Attala County

Attala County firefighters and Zama volunteers were called to the scene of a house struck by lightning Monday evening. It happened around 6:50 pm on Attala Road 1115, also known as Little Hill Road. The caller said she did not see any flames, but did smell smoke. Attala County firefighters responded to the scene but said there was no... Read More.

McAdams Students Meet with Harvard Professor

Last Thursday, the 21st, McAdams students, and a class facilitator, participated in a Global Teaching Project Dinner Discussion via Zoom.  There, they met with Dr. Edward Ryan, a professor at Harvard University.  Thank you for representing our area on the national level.  

Emergency Dispatches: January 25

12:31am - Kosciusko Police responded to calls of a suspicious vehicle at Kosciusko Mini Storage on Hwy. 12. 2:02pm - Kosciusko Police responded to a domestic disturbance on Goodman Street. 10:15 pm - Attala County deputies were called to Attala Road 2026 for an abandoned white, Dodge Charger that was in the ditch. 10:38 pm... Read More.

Weekend Dispatches: January 23

12:53am - Attala Deputies responded to reports of a prowler at a home on Attala Road 4112. 1:03pm - Attala Deputies responded to Attala Road 1125 after calls of a white Ford Fusion being vandalized. 4:29pm - Emergency services responded to calls of a vehicle in the ditch on Attala Road 5233. 7:01pm - Kosciusko... Read More.

Greenlee Student Honored in VFW Essay Contest

Sixth through eighth grade students in the Attala County and Kosciusko School Districts were given the opportunity to participate in an essay contest sponsored by the VFW.  The objective of the contest was to encourage young minds to study American history and consider their own experiences in modern American society and then to write 300- to... Read More.

Kosciusko Attala CTC announces Star Students

The Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center has announced star students for the 2nd 9-weeks grading period. Top:  Garrett Russell-Work Based Learning; Shelby Schuster-Health Science; Eli Rigby-Automotive Service; Hayden Langford-Welding; Bottom: Ramaya Brown-Teacher Academy; Cyrus Rone-Construction Technology; Asher Ishmael-Digital Media; Jailynn Riley-Agriculture; and Jeremy Gibson-Keystone.

Radon testing kits to be available at Attala County Library

The Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) Radon Program is partnering with the Mississippi Public Library System next week to offer free radon home test kits as part of Radon Action Month. Both the Attala and Leake County libraries will have kits available. Test kits will be available while supplies last from January 25-29, 2021: Radon is an odorless,... Read More.