Nancy Green

13 weeks 13 hours ago
A 12 year-old sixth grade student at Long Creek Elementary School is back in class following her hair being set on fire by a fellow student at the school on Tuesday, Jan. 7, according to school officials. According to Superintendent Bryan Weaver, the incident happened at 12:30 p.m. in the hallway as students were leaving the cafeteria...
14 weeks 13 hours ago
  “We enjoy every stitch,” is the way three members of the Attala Best Homemakers Club describe their weekly sewing project. They meet every Friday at the RSVP Center making garments  which are donated to University Medical Center to be used in the neo-natal, pediatric and children’s departments. The Extension...
16 weeks 5 days ago
  The historic Victorian home known as the Peeler House on North Wells Street in Kosciusko has taken on life again after remaining vacant for several years. The home is making its comeback dressed in holiday attire. During recent weeks new owners Bob and Lola Cagle have shared the home by hosting  open house and are offering it as...
18 weeks 13 hours ago
  At the Monday night meeting of the board of trustees of the Kosciusko School District, Superintendent Tony McGee gave board members an update on the roofing project at the Tipton Street Gym.  McGee said roofing material has been ordered with work scheduled to begin early in the new year. The roofing is expected to take two weeks...
18 weeks 13 hours ago
  Attala County Superintendent of Education Brian Weaver discussed with the board  the possibility of building canopies in the traffic area at Ethel High School, and the removal of the band hall/double wide mobile unit at Greenlee Elementary School. The discussion took place at the Dec. 2 meeting of the board. In personnel...
18 weeks 13 hours ago
  The Attala County Library staff and Friends of the Library hosted open house Sunday afternoon with a program of music and a display of Christmas trees decorated by clubs, organizations and groups. The Trees of Christmas were provided by The Reader’s Club, Kosciusko Junior Auxiliary, Little Garden Club, Presbyterian Day School,...
19 weeks 12 hours ago
  The Christmas season was ushered in Sunday afternoon at the annual Sounds of Christmas sponsored by the Attala Historical Society. The program of Christmas music was held in the Mary Ricks Thornton Cultural Center beginning at 2 with Melanie Newman playing a prelude of piano music. Judi Bell presided and introduced each segment of the...
20 weeks 4 hours ago
  Pilgrims and Indians gathered around a tepee Friday morning in the gym at First Baptist Church as pre-k classes of the Child Care Ministry prepared for a Thanksgiving feast. Dressed as Pilgrims and Indians the youngsters took their places at a festive table for their feast. Pumpkins and colorful fall foliage decorated the table laden...
21 weeks 9 hours ago
  First Presbyterian Church will host the annual community-wide Thanksgiving service Sunday evening beginning at 6. Rev. Phillip Palmertree is host pastor. Palmertree said it will be his eighth community Thanksgiving service to attend in the area. “It’s exciting for us to host the service at First Prebyterian Church,...
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