Ricky Birmingham, 35, who had previously pleaded not guilty to kidnapping and forcible rape charges in a Feb. 20, 2018, incident recently changed his plea on both charges to guilty in Attala County Circuit Court.
The former Leonard’s department store building on the south side of courthouse square was donated to the city in 2015 for a proposed museum honoring the Native American history of the area.
The Kosciusko-Attala Community Foundation (KACF) has hired the Jackson-based firm Arthur Alley to complete a feasibility study for the proposed American Indian Museum of Mississippi, to be located on the site of the former Leonard’s department store on the south side of court
When Richard Perry Ford, Jr., of McCool left the Attala County Circuit courtroom Tuesday after his arraignment on felony negligent manslaughter and leaving the scene charges in the July 2018 hit-and-run death of 20-year-old Bethany M.
Sandifer awaits board action; Boyle on administrative leave
Principals at Ethel and McAdams high schools were not rehired during a Board of Trustees meeting Feb. 4, as was reported in last week’s edition of The Star-Herald.
When supporters of the Kosciusko Foundation for Excellence in Education (KFEE) gathered for its fundraising gala last week, the organization celebrated its Teachers of the Year for each of the city schools.
KLE - Cortni Kyle
KME - Joy Robertson
Following the county’s sale of land around Whippet Stadium and the Attala County Coliseum to the Kosciusko School District for the construction of soccer practice fields and other sports-related facilities, the annual Central Mississippi Fair, held in early fall, needs a new