3 weeks 1 hour ago
Editor’s note: Flashbacks highlights news from The Star-Herald from 25 and 50 years ago.
Nov. 5, 1964
Alexander G. Noah of Kosciusko, has been named a crew leader for the 1964 Census of Agriculture. He is one of about 1,825 persons throughout the U.S. to receive this appointment.
Mrs. Jack Patterson and Mrs. Raymon Jackson...
4 weeks 5 hours ago
A group of local paranormal investigators recently spent a night looking into possible ghost activity inside the Attala County Courthouse.
Central Paranormal Research, which was started by Kosciusko brother and sister Doyle Goss and Lisa Goss Sanders, spent a Saturday night and early Sunday morning recording video and audio inside the...
4 weeks 5 hours ago
Winning a football game is not easy, regardless of the competition. Just ask Kosciusko head football coach Trac Baughn, who saw his Whippets overcome a 24-14 deficit in the fourth quarter to defeat the Leake Central Gators 28-24 last Friday night in Region 4 action. With just 1:21 left in the contest, Whippet do-all back Josh Dodd...
4 weeks 6 hours ago
The next two weeks will be more than just a little interesting for the French Camp Academy football team.
The Panthers' road trip to Nanih Waiya on Friday night and their home match up with Sebastopol could leave them anywhere from first to fifth in the Region 3-1A standings. While it is unlikely French Camp would be left out of the...
5 weeks 21 min ago
A Kosciusko native recently released his first cookbook which is getting rave reviews nationwide.
Ben Mims, a 2003 graduate of Kosciusko High School, is a food writer, recipe developer and pastry chef. He is the author of “Sweet & Southern: Classic Desserts with a Twist.” The book is now available on Amazon and in book...
5 weeks 38 min ago
The Kosciusko Fire Department is hosting its annual House of Horror starting tonight (Thursday).
The spook house is located inside the all-purpose building at Jason Niles Park and is in its eighth year. It will take place Thursday through Saturday starting at 6 p.m. each night. Admission is $4 and proceeds will go to help purchase equipment...