Nancy Green

2 days 3 hours ago
As Teacher of the Year from the Kosciusko School District, Gwendolyn Crowell is  among teachers nominated from throughout the state who will be eligible for top teacher award for Mississippi. Sponsored by the Mississippi Department of Education, the program recognizes outstanding performance by public school teachers. The state teacher of...
2 days 4 hours ago
Beginning with the brain and continuing through all parts of the body, students at Greenlee Elementary School became more knowledgeable of how they function through the Body Walk Experience last Friday.  Body Walk is a traveling exhibit presented by Mississippi State Extension Service. The unique educational program is designed to involve...
3 days 10 hours ago
DNow (Discipleship Now) involved approximately 300 Attala County youth in a weekend retreat. Theme was “The Old Has Gone – New Creation – The New is Here.”  The sessions were coordinated by youth pastors from churches of the area. They were Brian Adams, First Baptist; Trey Owens, First Presbyterian; Stuart Reese,...
3 days 10 hours ago
Rodger Clark and Janice Dees took the oath of office Jan. 8 from Judge Bob Jordan as they assumed their duties on the Attala County School Board. Rodger Clark was elected in November as the representative from District Four. Janice Dees was elected for District Three. She had previously served in the position filling the unexpired term of her...
1 week 2 days ago
Plans for continued restoration of the Strand Theater will soon be on the drawing board following action taken by the Kosciusko Mayor and Board of Aldermen at the Tuesday night meeting. The board agreed to hire Architect Belinda Stewart on an hourly basis to draw plans that will allow the restoration to continue in phases as funds are...
3 weeks 2 days ago
Travelers along the road leading to Boyette’s Crossing near Sallis  are sure to slow to a crawl or maybe park their vehicles when they approach the residence of Excle Greenwood. There is too much to comprehend with a fleeting glance. The appearance of the grounds surrounding his home lets one know that he goes by the saying,  ...
4 weeks 3 days ago
January Cases  of influenza were on the rise and area doctors predicted a possible epidemic. Three Kosciusko men, along with several friends, turned back the clock to remember a common event from their childhood – an old fashioned hog killing. Charles England, Frank Montague and Dr. Edward Bryant purchased three live hogs which...
4 weeks 3 days ago
Ben and Sam Hudson were disappointed with the very small Christmas tree which their grandmother Linda Sullivan proudly displayed in her home. They recently conspired to show her what they termed a “proper” Christmas tree.  With their grandmother’s permission and promise to leave the house, they went about their project...
5 weeks 4 days ago
Kosciusko Lower Elementary School is under Elf  Surveillance. A large bulletin board in the hallway announces the mysterious presence and magic powers associated with the elf, which is among favorite children’s characters associated with the Christmas season. Each classroom at Lower has an elf that mysteriously moves about...
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