“Helping Hands is considered essential, and we continue to serve food,” said Matt Tucker, director of Helping Hands Ministry.
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The Attala County School Board will livestream their regular monthly board meeting tonight, Monday, April 6, at 5:30 p.m.
Like other businesses, local funeral homes have had to change due to the protocols in place to stem the spread of COVID-19; protocols such as limiting gatherings to 10 people or fewer for any gathering and maintaining social distancing of six feet between people.
It is not only high school athletics in Mississippi adversely affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The Kosciusko Dixie youth baseball and softball seasons are on hold.
Antonio Harmon does not let the star ratings or hype distract him.
On Monday night, the 6-foot-4, 205-pound wide receiver and safety lifted weights despite the fact that Kosciusko High School’s spring practices have been tabled due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
The City of Kosciusko issued this order this morning:
"ALL CITY OF KOSCIUSKO PARKS CLOSED, WITH THE EXCEPETION OF THE WALKING PATHS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE:
According to Elizabeth Peteet, Kosciusko-Attala E911 director, her staff will now ask a number of new questions when citizens call for the city or county for emergency services.
In a letter sent sent to The Star-Herald, Dr. Gray Wallace of Premier Medical and chief of staff at Baptist Memorial Hospital-Attala has indicated that he has tested positive for COVID-19.
Here is the letter in its entirety: