I have always had a passion for cooking.
Beginning Thursday at 8 p.m. — and for three consecutive nights — the First United Methodist Church will present the passion play, “His Last Days.”
Alison Buehler of Starkville, director of The Homestead Education Center, was Wednesday’s speaker during National Library Week activities at the Attala County Library.
She is the author of “Growing the Good Life,” “Women’s Health” and other publications.
Signings and a reading from the book, “Crooked Snake, the Life and Times of Albert Lepard,” by Lovejoy Boteler was the focal event Friday for National Library Week observance at the Attala County Library.
Plans for updates and repairs at the Oprah Winfrey Boys and Girls Club are underway following Winfrey’s announcement that she is donating proceeds from the sale of her new book, “The Path Made Clear,” to the Kosciusko facility.
Students learn the art of pottery at French Camp Academy
Dirty hands and an extra measure of patience are two requirements of French Camp Academy students who are learning the craft at the Pottery Studio, located in the town’s historic district.
A team of Kosciusko medical professionals armed with pharmacy and medical supplies traveled to Barahona, Dominican Republic and Ans-A-Pitre, Haiti, where they ministered to children of Hispaniola Mountain Ministries.