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When the Attala County Farm Bureau held their annual membership meeting recently, there was plenty of food and fellowship at Barrister’s Hall, along with some prize drawings and discussion of issues important to rural residents and farmers.
The Kosciusko School District Board of Trustees took several steps Monday night to create new classrooms, replace old buses and secure land for existing and new sports fields.
The United Veterans of Attala County honored local veterans at the Veterans Day Ceremony at the Aisle of Honor this past Friday at Parkway Cemetery. Burial Flags of deceased veterans from the Attala County area were flown from 8 a.m.
The Kosciusko School Board of Trustees held a special called meeting mid-day Monday to accept the resignation of district Transportation Director John Cooper Dixon, just over two weeks after he was arrested by Kosciusko police on reckless driving and driving under the influen
The Kosciusko Attala Partnership (KAP) announced Monday that CEO Kel McDowell will be vacating his position. McDowell will be joining the economic development team of Williamson, Inc., near Nashville, Tenn., as director of Government Affairs.
The North Mississippi Rural Legal Services (NMRLS) team — a non-profit tax-exempt organization providing free civil representation to low-income persons in the northern 39 counties of Mississippi — held an Elder Law Workshop at Christian Liberty M.B.
The Kosciusko City Cemetery will be filled with visitors from the past on the night of October 28, as the Kosciusko Attala County Historical Society presents, “The Old City Cemetery Tour 2017.” The tour will be held from 5:30 until 8:30 p.m., and the cost of admission will be
Jacob Peeler, a graduate of Kosciusko and Holmes Community College, has been named the new wide receivers coach at Ole Miss, according to multiple reports.
Deer hunting season (gun with dog) begins November 19 in most parts of Mississippi. People will be out in the woods this weekend in large numbers, and they will be looking for ways to keep warm.
A new casino is set to be built near the Attala County line in the coming year.
After refinancing its gaming debt in November, the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians has announced plans to build a new casino north of Carthage.