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KHS Gets Back to In Person Classes Monday

Superintendent of Education, Billy Ellzey has released the following statement about KHS returning to in person learning. Kosciusko High School will return to in person classes five days a week for all studentsbeginning Monday, September 20, 2021. After seeing a significant decrease in positive cases

Holmes Football Loses at Home

The Holmes Bulldogs hosted the Rangers of Northwest Mississippi Community College Thursday night. The first quarter was a high-scoring shootout with the score becoming 13-10, Northwest.  The second quarter was more one-sided, with Northwest pulling away to a halftime score of 27-13. The third and fourth quarters continued the Northwest domination, and the Bulldogs fall to 0-3 with... Read More.

Several Collisions in Kosy Today

12:14 a.m. – Kosciusko Police were called to a residence on North Natchez Street in response to a residential alarm alert. 12:43 a.m. – Kosciusko Police, Kosciusko Fire Department, and Emergency Medical Services were called to the intersection of Fairground Street and North East Street when two vehicles crashed there, taking down a light pole. No serious... Read More.

Audio: Servpro Coaches Show – Thursday, September 16

Before the Whippets take the field Friday night, you can hear a preview of the game during the Servpro Coaches Show. This week, Kosciusko Whippet head football coach Casey Orr recaps the win over Lewisburg and previews this week's game against Choctaw County. The Servpro Coaches Show airs on Breezy 101 Thursdays... Read More.

Hybrid Learning Situation to be Re-Evaluated

KOSCIUSKO, Miss.--Both Leake County and Kosciusko Schools have kids in hybrid learning, alternating days in the classroom and virtual instruction. That situation could change at the end of October and it could be a sign that the pandemic is slowing in the state. "As we were working to get kids back to in-person learning this fall, Delta... Read More.

Teacher Pay Raise Discussed, Gov. Approves of the Idea

  JACKSON, Miss.--Mississippi teachers, at almost every level of expertise and experience, make less than the average for the southeastern United States. The Mississippi Senate Education Committee held a discussion on how to change that Wednesday. "The teacher salary schedule is set by law," said Dr. Felicia Gavin, Chief of Operations with the Miss. Dept. of Education, as... Read More.

Domestic Disturbance Reports

12:45 p.m. – Kosciusko Police were called to the parking lot of Walmart when they received reports of a minor two-vehicle collision there. No injuries were reported. 7:09 a.m. – Attala Deputies responded to a call reporting a domestic disturbance at a residence on Attala Road 3122. 11:26 p.m. – Attala County Deputies were called to Attala Road... Read More.