The Kosciusko Fire Department has a new fire engine. The 2023 Rosenbauer Commander arrived in Kosciusko Wednesday about 2:30 pm after being driven in from South... Read More.
The Attala County Board of Supervisors approved multiples hires during this week's meeting. Veronica Brooks was hired as deputy clerk and receiving clerk at the Attala County Chancery Court. Additionally, the board approved the hires of Jorge Manjarrez, Braxton Ray... Read More.
The Justice Department announced today that it has opened a civil pattern or practice investigation into the City of Lexington, Mississippi, and the Lexington Police Department (LPD). Lexington is a town of approximately... Read More.
The streets of the Town of McCool will come alive this Saturday for the annual Yockanookany River Fest. Enjoy craft vendors, live music, food trucks, health screenings, and a kid zone. The McCool Volunteer Fire Department will be selling fish plates with all the... Read More.
Zama Volunteer Fire Department will hold a benefit on Saturday, June 15, 2023 at 4 p.m.Gospel group, Munson Crossing, will perform. There will be an auction and a cake walk. Chicken and hamburger plates will be available for purchase for $12.All proceeds will go... Read More.
Oishi Japanese Express located on Hwy 16 West in Carthage was broken into just before 1 am on Thursday, December 15th.Carthage Police Department tells Kicks96 News that it appears the burglar (pictured) threw a rock at the glass door, causing it to shatter. The... Read More.
The Kosciusko Police Department wants to make the public aware of a lethal drug that could be on its way to our area in the form of counterfeit pills."We're concerned about the safety of our children and the public. We want everyone to be... Read More.
The McCool Volunteer Fire Department Halloween Hootenanny is set for Saturday, Oct 29.This year’s event will feature a haunted house, small carnival, & a silent cake auction.McCool Baptist church will also be hosting a Trunk or Treat.All events will begin at 5:00 pm.Anyone who... Read More.
The State Health Department is urging Mississippians to get the new and improved COVID-19 booster shot. And county health departments are now offering free vaccinations by appointment. The bivalent vaccine provides better protection against the original COVID strain and the omicron variants responsible for... Read More.