Flu Cases Continue to Fall, Even in Local Hotspot

For the third week in a row, Mississippi’s flu rate is dropping.   The State Health Department’s latest update shows that 6.6 per cent of patients seeing their doctor had flu-like symptoms.  That’s down from 7.7 per cent the week before.  It appears flu season... Read More.

Photo Gallery: FBC Annual Fall Festival

First Baptist Church of Kosciusko held its annual fall festival on Sunday, October 29th.  The event is free, open to the community, and is filled with games, candy, prizes, and food for all to enjoy. 

Holmes Bulldogs Fall Short to Northeast Tigers

The Holmes Bulldogs traveled to Booneville Thursday night to play the Northeast Tigers.The Bulldogs scored first and, after some back and forth, the halftime score was 10-10.  In the second half, the Bulldogs scored twice, but the Tigers pulled ahead and won with a... Read More.


Whippets Defeat the Caledonia Cavaliers for Regional Win

The Kosciusko Whippets hosted the Caledonia Cavaliers Friday night.The home team fell behind by two touchdowns early in the first quarter.  They rallied in the second quarter, but the visiting Cavaliers added two more touchdowns, making the halftime score 28-13.  The second half saw the... Read More.

Ethel Fall Festival taking Vendor Applications

The Town of Ethel will hold its annual Fall Festival on Saturday, October 21 on Main Street from 8 am until 4 pm. Festival organizers are now accepting applications for the following:Arts & Crafts - $25 Food with Electricity - $45 Food without... Read More.

Registration now open for the KAP Fall Decorations Competition

Show your Halloween and Fall spirit by entering the Kosciusko Attala Partnership's Fall Decorating Competition.Applications and entries are due by Friday, Oct. 20. Judging for the contest will be Monday, Oct. 23.You must be registered to have your decorations judged for the contest.Registration can... Read More.


Holmes Bulldogs Fall to East Mississippi Lions

Still undefeated at 2-0, the Holmes Bulldogs traveled to Scooba Thursday night to play the East Mississippi Community College Lions.The Bulldogs drew first blood with a touchdown.  But then the Lions came back and showed their strength.  In a contentious and busy first quarter,... Read More.

Trace Named “Hidden Gem” for Fall Foliage

It won't be long before we start seeing some nice fall foliage in Mississippi.  And a survey done by a company which makes photo books has identified the Natchez Trace as this state's number-1 "hidden gem" when it comes to viewing colorful leaves.  People... Read More.

Kosciusko Fall Festival planned for Oct. 28

Kosciusko Main Street's annual Fall Festival is returning to downtown Kosciusko this October.This year's event is set for Saturday, Oct. 28 on the historic downtown square from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm.The festival will feature local artisans, arts and crafts, and more.For more information,... Read More.


Tigers fall in game 1

The Ethel Tigers were defeated Thursday night in game one of the 1A South State Championship series.Resurrection Catholic defeated the Tigers 9-1.Game two of the series will be played Saturday in Ethel.Game time is set for 7:00 pm.