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If a $10,000 grant request is approved by the Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation, Kosciusko Middle and Upper Elementary schools will engage in the foundation’s Healthy Heroes campaign.

After being named the Offensive MVP of The Star-Herald All Area team in 2016 after rushing for 1002 yards, Kosciusko senior running back/linebacker Kadarius Banks is ready for the 2017 season.  Motivated by his team’s lack of success in 2016,...

Parkway Baptist Church recently held its third annual Show ‘n’ Shine event to raise money for their youth to go to camp at Whispering Pines Baptist Retreat in Citronelle, Alabama. Winners were:

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The Kosciusko School Board announced Billy Ellzey as the next superintendent in a release to district staff late last Thursday night. He assumes his new role July 1.

He will replace outgoing Superintendent Gina Smith.

Though spirits were dampened and attendance reduced a bit by severe storms Friday night, those who participated in the Relay for Life were treated to the singing of Lola Cagle and Layna Richardson. 

Former Kosciusko Whippet and East Mississippi Community College (EMCC) pitcher Brock McKnight recently became the head coach of the Lee Academy baseball team in Clarksdale. 

Born to Run

After being named the Offensive MVP of The Star-Herald All Area team in 2016 after rushing for 1002 yards, Kosciusko senior running back/linebacker Kadarius Banks is ready for the 2017 season.  Motivated by his team’s lack of success in 2016, Banks feels he is stronger, smart

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