The Kosciusko Whippets baseball and softball teams took to the fields Thursday to begin practice for the 2023 season.
This season, both teams are looking to defend their Region 4-4 District Championships.
Additionally, the Whippets softball team will be in... Read More.
Teachers are Kosciusko Lower Elementary greeted students and parents Monday morning dressed as popular Christmas characters.
Additionally, teachers handed out hot chocolate to parents as they dropped off their children.
Health Science II students from Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech partnered with Legacy Hospice on Tuesday, November 29th to perform free blood pressure screenings.The team set up in front of Kosciusko Auto Parts to give free blood pressure screenings to the public.
It's going to look a lot like Christmas in Kosciusko very soon."Kosy Lights" volunteers Ralph Milner, Mike Howard, and Rodney Vance began putting lights and Christmas trees on the courthouse lawn Monday morning.More lights will go up on the trees and shurbs around the... Read More.
Cruisin for a Wish Week 4:Scott Petroleum, Kosciusko
Scott Petroleum, Carthage
Michelle Nicholson, State Farm
BSP Filing Solutions
Holmes Community College Homecoming
Central Tire Service
Sweets & Treats, Carthage
Bonus: Carthage Police Department
Cruisin for a Wish Week 3:Ivey Mechanical Fabrication (10/17)
Ivey Mechanical Corp. (10/17)
Baptist Leake (10/18)
Moore's Pharmacy (10/18)
Scott Petroleum Lexington (10/19)
Doyle Goss Jail 'n' Bail (Kosciusko Walmart 10/21)
Kosciusko Fall Festival (downtown square 10/22)
Carthage City Hall and Leake County... Read More.
Students in Attala County attended a college and career fair Thursday morning at Holmes Community College The Attala Center.
The event was open to Senior and Junior students from the Kosciusko and Attala County School Districts.
Representatives from local businesses,... Read More.