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4 min 38 sec 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...
8 min 3 sec ago
  The Kosciusko Foundation for Excellence in Education held its annual membership banquet Tuesday evening at the Kosciusko High School Commons.  The event included performances by students from Kosciusko Lower Elementary and Middle Elementary Schools, as well as a variety of artwork prepared by students from Kosciusko Upper...
6 days 4 hours ago
Signs of work being done by a Kociusko-based cycling group can now be seen at several locations along the Natchez Trace Parkway. In recent weeks, lane stencils, also known as sharrows, have been painted at three different spots on the parkway to remind motorists that cyclists are common users of the road. Signs have also been installed to...
6 days 4 hours ago
Cheerleaders from Kosciusko High School spent the early part of this week giving downtown a homecoming facelift. With downtown businesses now properly decorated for homecoming week, it is time for homecoming festivities, which kick off tonight (Thursday) with a huge pep rally on the Attala County Courthouse Square. A new twist for the pep...
6 days 4 hours ago
A longtime resident of Kosciusko presented the city with a framed piece of history during a meeting of the city board of aldermen last week. Eugene Hill Jr., a local railroad historian, presented Mayor Jimmy Cockroft with two photographs of the old Kosciusko Train Depot. Hill said he felt the city should have the historic photos. “The...
6 days 4 hours ago
The Kosciusko Foundation for Excellence in Education will host its 24th Annual Membership Banquet on Monday, October 20, at 7 p.m. in the Kosciusko High School Commons.  The keynote speaker for the event is Kenneth Townsend, a 2000 KHS graduate who is currently on faculty at Millsaps College and serves as Special Assistant to the College...
6 days 4 hours ago
HanaLena, a bluegrass band from Nashville, formerly known as Nash Street, will be in Kosciusko Thursday, Oct. 23, for a concert at the Mary Ricks Thornton Cultural Center, and for a book signing the next day at Amanda’s on the square. The concert is sponsored by the Attala Historical Society. The sisters Hannah, 28, and Caroline, 24,...
2 weeks 1 hour ago
Area residents received a little motivation last week from one of the best college baseball coaches in the country. John Cohen, head baseball coach at Mississippi State, served as the keynote speaker for the 8th annual CARE (Children Are the Reason for Excellence) Banquet held at the Oprah Winfrey Boys and Girls Club of Kosciusko-Attala County...
2 weeks 1 hour ago
The Attala County Board of Supervisors approved a resolution Monday morning to start over the process to build a new county jail. Supervisors approved a nonbinding resolution to explore the options of a lease-purchase agreement as a route to getting a new jail built. “Instead of issuing bonds, this is a specific part of the code that...
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