As The Star-Herald went to press, Kosciusko resident and business owner Leisa Terrell was slated to appear before the Board of Aldermen Tuesday evening to ask the city to revert to the mid-2016 traffic pattern around court square.
St. Matthews Episcopal Church will build a covered stage and covered picnic area in Jason Niles Park following unanimous approval from the Kosciusko Board of Aldermen last week.
Like much of the nation, voter turnout in Attala County was brisk. Some 47.83% of the county’s registered voters cast ballots Tuesday.
Following the recent release of 2017-2018 school district and school performance grades, the Mississippi State Board of Education voted to pull back the report and reevaluate before making the grades official.
The Attala County Circuit Clerk office in the courthouse will be open from 8 a.m. to noon this Saturday, Oct. 6, to allow voters to register for the November 6 election. Voters can also register in person on Monday, Oct. 8, and by mail postmarked no later than Tuesday, Oct.
Marcus D. Malone, 27, pleaded guilty in Attala County Circuit Court to a November 2016 double-murder of his former girlfriend and her new boyfriend in McAdams. He also pleaded guilty to the shooting of a third person, a woman, in the leg during the incident.
Baptist Memorial Hospital-Attala has begun offering its first-ever on-site MRI services.
Those services will be provided via a mobile facility that Superior MRI Services of Batesville will bring to the local facility each Tuesday.
Hunter Engineering of Durant does not just measure and track quality, it celebrates it.