At 3:13 am Attala Deputies, Kosciusko Police, MedStat EMS, City Fire and Rescue along with Attala Fire Central Station were dispatched to a report of a shed fire on the 200 block of Aponaug Road. Units arrived on scene and reported the shed was fully engulfed flames. Firefighters were able to extinguish the flames by 3:22... Read More.
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At 6:35 pm Kosciusko Police, MedStat EMS along with City Fire and Rescue responded to a report of a two vehicle MVA on highway 35 south in front of Kangaroo Crossing. Units arrived on scene to find one vehicle having rolled and on it's top. Firefighters said one lane of traffic was blocked. No injuries were reported. Emergency personnel... Read More.
At 9:22 am Attala Deputies notified dispatch that they found a lady passed out on the side of the road on Attala 4167. She told Deputies that she suffered from seizure and blood pressure issuers. MedStat was called. At 11:21 am Kosciusko Police were called to Glendale Apartments. The caller said her window was broke out. No... Read More.
The Kosciusko Big Red Band is hosting its third annual Color the Hills 5K. The run will be held Saturday, March 21 in downtown Kosciusko. Participants can register up until the morning of the race, but may not be guaranteed a run t-shirt. Registration is $30. Visit Color the Hills 5K on Facebook for more information.
At 10:25 am Sheriff Tim Nail notified Attala Communications that there was a two vehicle MVA on Attala Road 4116, also known as Greerville Road. Attala Deputies, MedStat EMS, Sallis Volunteers along with Attala Fire and Rescue Responded. All units cleared the scene at 11:39. At 11:22 am Kosciusko Police were called to Whitts for a report... Read More.
The postal worker shot in Attala County two weeks ago has died. Postal Inspector Tony Robinson confirmed Sherry Ingold died Friday afternoon following a week long stay at University Hospital in Jackson. "The Postal Service is shocked and saddened by the events that occurred last week in the West, Mississippi area," said U.S. Postal Service spokeswoman Tracie Finley.... Read More.
On Friday January the 24th, 2020 the Attala County Sheriff's Office honored a man that has served this community for may years, Sergeant Hugh Curry. The retirement ceremony comes after 29 years in law enforcement, many of which he served in Attala County protecting our citizens. Curry's career started in Texas in 1991 and has came full circle... Read More.
Jesus Camp will be held January 27-31 for the first ever Doctrinal Summit. Calling all Evangelist, Bishops, Elders and Teachers for this summit with lodging, food, and educational classes. For more information call 662-855-1092. Bethlehem M.B. Church of Sallis will have annual Homecoming Sunday February 2nd at... Read More.
Holmes Community College head football coach has announced his retirement. Koonz served as head coach for the bulldogs for nine seasons. During those nine years, he helped turn the Bulldogs into one of the best rushing teams in the country when he implemented the triple option offense. In 2016, he guided the team to a top 10 finish and... Read More.