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Just as the city of Ethel wraps up Main Street sidewalk construction funded by a Mississippi Department of Transportation grant, Mayor Gwen Sims has learned the city will receive a $505,000 housin
Imagine going to bed after telling your three children good night, only to awake in a smoke-filled house.
STEAM, a science program held last Saturday by the Kosciusko School District allowed children in grades one through three to get hands-on experience working with five different science concepts.
The 68th annual French Camp Harvest Festival hosted on the campus of French Camp Academy in its 19th century historic village experienced beautiful weather and a respectable turnout on Saturday, O
West Lauderdale’s rushing attack gashed Kosciusko for 273 yards last Thursday as the Knights picked up a 41-7 road victory.

Fall Festival


Despite the summer-like heat, the Fall Festival drew crowds to the courthouse square in downtown Kosciusko Saturday. The event offered artist demonstrations, jewelry, Kosciusko merchandise, food, drinks and a picking circle.


911 calls


5:02 am, Dr. M L King Drive, Med call, EMS

12:08 pm, Wildwood Ter, B & E, KPD

2:23 pm, Hwy 19N, West, MVA, ASO, MHP, ACFD, EMS

2:39 pm, AR 3122, Disturbance, ASO

4:32 pm, Hwy 12W, Disturbance, ASO

Greenlee teacher of the month

April Bishop, employee of the month at Greenlee Elementary, is in her ninth year at Greenlee Elementary. She works in the kindergarten. She says that she enjoys the "light bulb moments " when it clicks with the students. She plans on retiring doing this work.

City arrests 1003

September 17

Corey L. Summerlin, a 32-year-old white male from Kosciusko, was arrested for contempt of court on West Adams Street by Officer Lucas Smith with assistance from the ACSO.