June 16, 1994
The grounds of First United Methodist Church were again the site of “His last days: The Passion Play” leading up to Easter.
The French Camp baseball season ended when the Panthers were sept by Vardaman in the doubleheader Monday, 4-0 and 5-2
French Camp won the opening game of the best of three series at home last Saturday, 11-1.
A shooting incident in the early morning hours of April 18 has resulted in Joshua Moore, a 28-year-old white male from Maben, being charged with aggravated assault, possession of a weapon by a felon and possession of a controlled substance by the Attala County Sheriff’s Depar
The Mississippi Department of Health has issued a precautionary boil water alert for the approximately 356 customers served by the Zama Water Association.
The Attala County School Board met Monday to receive a report assessing candidates for the superintendent position from the Mississippi School Board Association (MSBA) superintendent search consultants.
One unoccupied mobile home damaged; storm siren issues revealedAttala County escaped injuries and major damage as two reported tornadoes skirted the area Saturday night.
First United Methodist Church of Kosciusko was a place of rest and refreshment for 50 bicyclists riding the 440-mile Natchez Trace to raise funds for the Fuller Center for Housing, an organization that raises funds for and completes housing projects for those in need.