The Oprah Winfrey Charitable Foundation announced today the newest grant recipients of Oprah Winfrey’s $12 million COVID-19 Relief Fund. Recipients include the Oprah Winfrey Boys & Girls Club in Kosciusko, Winfrey’s hometown.
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Todd Tilghman, nicknamed ‘Holy Hopper,’ sang his way to the win on the popular contest show
How many people with Kosciusko roots have been a finalist on the NBC show “The Voice?” The answer is one — current winner Todd Tilghman.
Due to Covid-19, a decision has been made to cancel the 2020 Attala County Central MS Fair. The Kosciusk0-Attala Partnership, which organizes the annual event said they made the decision because they always prioritize providing the safest environment and entertainment possibl
Many graduates of Kosciusko High School have committed to going to college.
Find out where this year's graduates plan to attend school next year.
Rho Nu Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. provided refreshments to the healthcare workers at Trace Urgent Care Center and Baptist Medical Center to say thank you for their dedicated service during this difficult time.
The Big Bro and Sis Snack Shop recently opened on the parking lot behind Renasant Bank.
The shop was the brainstorm of Sherika Higgins, who was looking for some extra income for her children Cameron and Krishauna to add to their college savings.
Rather than hire consultants to provide the district with teacher coaching and student tutoring, Superintendent Billy Ellzey is proposing that the district use those monies to create in-house positions to provide those services.
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Kosciusko High School will be nominated for Redbook Magazine’s America’s Best Schools Projects.