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5 days 22 hours ago
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the fourth in an 8-part series highlighting the elite football players in the area who encompass leadership, athleticism and game-changing abilities for their teams in 2014.  The players are taken from the rosters of high school teams in Attala, Choctaw and Holmes counties and are nominated by their coaches....
5 days 22 hours ago
6 days 18 hours ago
Hidden in the back of a downtown Kosciusko building is a mechanical contraption that not many people know is there. A whimsical carousel, built in the 1970s, is being called a “hidden jewel” by some who think it could provide a tourism boost for the city. The carousel, located in the warehouse section of the Ivey National office...
6 days 19 hours ago
6 days 19 hours ago
The Mega II Kosciusko High School Reunion for the graduating classes of 1963 and 1966 through 1975 was held on July 12, 2014, at the Attala County Coliseum. Approximately 250 classmates and guests attended.  Several other socials were held in conjunction with the reunion weekend, including reunions of individual classes, KHS Band Director...
6 days 19 hours ago
Meredith Thomas competed over the weekend in the Miss Mississippi pageant. Thomas is a Kosciusko native and a current student at Mississippi State University.
6 days 19 hours ago
Members of the Kosciusko High Big Red Band from 1971 to 1975 gathered Friday night for a reunion at Kosciusko High School.  The former bandmates spent time catching up with each other and also held a special reunion band performance with former director Mickey Grove conducting them as they played “Kosy High” and the “Fight...
1 week 6 days ago
Meredith Thomas, a Mississippi State student from Kosciusko, is a contestant in the Miss Mississippi scholarship program this week in Vicksburg. Thomas qualified for the state pageant by winning Miss Southern Heartland in Madison. More than 100 people filled the Mary Ricks Thornton Cultural Center in downtown Kosciusko on Wednesday, July 2,...
1 week 6 days ago
More than 150 children celebrated the end of the Attala County Library Summer Reading Program with a Fun Day held at the Attala County Coliseum on July 2.   Children were entertained with bounce houses, a slide, face painting and refreshments.  One of the highlights of Fun Day was spending tokens. Children who turned in their...
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