Kosciusko, MS
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Humidity: 83% Dew Point: 73°
Clouds: 79% Pressure: 29.84 in
Wind: SW 8 mph Visability: 10 mi Conditions as of 12:39pm
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Today
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Possible light rain in the afternoon.
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Thu
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Partly cloudy throughout the day.
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Fri
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Clear throughout the day.
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Natchez Trace Parkway modifying operations to implement local health guidance

The Natchez Trace Parkway (Parkway), in response to guidance from the Mississippi Governors Executive Order 1466, is announcing additional modifications to operations to support federal, state, and local efforts to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). As of 5:00 p.m., April 3, 2020, the Parkway will offer no services outside those that support visitor or resource protection. At the Parkway, the following services... Read More.
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Masks now recommended for personal, public protection

Given the rising number of cases of COVID-19 in Mississippi, and the increased risk of exposure to both the healthcare provider and the patient, the Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) now recommends that healthcare workers wear a face covering (either manufactured or appropriate cloth mask) throughout the workday. This recommendation applies to healthcare professionals working in... Read More.
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Shoplifting and other recent arrests

On 4-5-2020, Ladazya Luckett, a 21 year old b/f from Camden was arrested for Shoplifting at Walmart by Officer Wilbert Nelson. On 04-02-2020, Jeremy G. Vowell, a 26 year old w/m from Carthage was arrested on Veterans Memorial Drive for Simple Assault by Officer Casey Pounders. On 4-1-2020, Corwin Tucker, a 29 year old w/m from Kosciusko, was... Read More.
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Emergency Dispatches: April 6, 2020

At 4:00 pm Kosciusko Police were called to Exxon. The caller said he was hit in the head by someone that had left the scene in a royal blue auto. Injuries were described as minor. Only a bump on the side of his head. Medical service was refused.
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House Destroyed by Fire on 4213 (Video)

At 7:01 am Attala Deputies, Sallis and Ethel Volunteers, MedStat EMS along with Attala Fire responded to a report of a house fire on Attala Road 4213. Deputy Kelly Mitchell arrived on scene and notified responding units that the two story structure was fully involved. Enetergy was called to cut the power to the location. According to emergency personnel... Read More.
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Live birthday shout outs coming to Mississippi kids from Governor Tate Reeves

Live Birthday Shout Outs are coming to Mississippi Kids from Governor Tate Reeves. The initiative launches this week during the Governor’s Facebook Live news conferences. The Governor said on Facebook “It’s really hard for Mississippi kids to celebrate a birthday right now. Social distancing means no parties. That’s rough. If you have a daughter or son that would... Read More.
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Premier Medical Group announces new clinic hours

Premier Medical Group of MS is offering more PREMIER services as well as altered OPEN times at Kosciusko and Carthage to keep you safe. Some telemedicine appointments will still be offered after clinic hours. They still ask you to CALL FIRST, and they will direct you. Hours for each location are as follows: Kosciusko (662.289.1800)-7:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Carthage (601.298.0333) - 7:30... Read More.
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Outbreak: Mississippi gets disaster declaration to speed aid

Mississippi has become the latest U.S. state declared a major disaster area by President Donald Trump amid the new coronavirus outbreak. Sunday's declaration opens the state to more federal assistance to confront the pandemic. Gov. Tate Reeves announced Friday that he has asked Trump to issue a major disaster declaration for Mississippi because of the coronavirus, in order... Read More.