Two Kosciusko youths have left their homes to finish their high school careers, each at a different specialty boarding school — one for the art, the other for math and science.
In a program that the Kosciusko Rotary Club has sponsored for many years, local rotary members visited with all the third-graders in Attala County at their schools last week. The club gave244 children their own personal dictionaries and taught them how to use them.
Upon entering the foyer of Zama Baptist Church, one is first struck by the tranquility of the décor. From the fountain to the bright floral arrangements and the cozy fireplace, everything elicits a sense of serenity.
Azha Sanders is the first to admit that she is fortunate not only to be an artist, but also to be able to make a living at it.
“It’s the best thing in the whole world, and I don’t take it for granted,” she said.
Marcus Kimbrough, 1991 KHS graduate, recently published his second book, a novel called “Deranged.”
When asked about growing up in Kosciusko, Kimbrough said his parents, Ben and Alice Kimbrough, have been the biggest influences in his life.