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The Doyle Goss Jail and Bail at the Old Attala County Jail is returning this October. This year's event is set for Friday, Oct. 29. Arrest warrants will be issued for some of Kosciusko and Attala County's most wanted. They will then have to raise money to be bailed out. All the money raised will go to Boswell Media's... Read More.
The annual Trick or Treat Safety Parade in downtown Kosciusko has been set for Thursday, Oct. 28. The safety parade allows children to Trick-or-Treat around the historic downtown square. Participating businesses on the square will pass out candy from 3:30 - 5:00 pm. For more information, contact the Kosciusko Attala Partnership at 662-289-2981.
The Whippets traveled to Carthage and challenged the Leake Central Gators at their homecoming Friday night. Jumping off with two quick touchdowns, Kosciusko took the lead in the first quarter. But the Gators showed that they're ready for the fight. First quarter score, 14-14. The second quarter saw both teams score again. Halftime, 21-20, Kosciusko. In the... Read More.
The head of the Mississippi Supreme Court is extending a emergency order that allows judges to postpone jury trials to try to slow the spread of COVID-19. The extended order by Chief Justice Mike Randolph remains in place through Nov. 12. Randolph issued an emergency order in August, and this is the second extension. Judges presiding over drug intervention... Read More.
Mark Davis. with Kosciusko Auto Parts,. visited The BreckFast Show this morning to preview the Music and Motors Festival coming to downtown Kosciusko this weekend. (more…)
The Holmes Bulldogs traveled all the way up to Fulton to play the Itawamba Indians Thursday night. The Indians scored once in the first and once in the second quarter. Halftime score, 14-0, Itawamba. The second half continued the same. Holmes gets on the board in the fourth quarter, but the final score is 37-7, Indians. Jordan Milton... Read More.