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 housing grant from the Mississippi Home Corporation.
Imagine going to bed after telling your three children good night, only to awake in a smoke-filled house. That is exactly what happened to Latonya Rimmer in the wee hours of the morning of Sunday, Oct. 6, at her home on Goodman Street.
Allie’s Joys stew sale fundraiser
Recently Jackie Kerr of the Mississippi Natural Science Museum visited the Attala County Vo-Tech Center Agriculture class under the direction of Mr. Kenneth Georgia. The Natural Science Museum is part of the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks.
On Oct. 26 from 6 to 8 p.m., the Kosciusko Cemetery on South Huntington Street will again be alive with actors from Kosciusko High School as they portray past residents of Kosciusko and Attala County.
First time Bill Minor Journalism Prize winner Karen Fioretti was a featured speaker at a public symposium at Millsaps College on Oct. 8.
The Retired Education Personnel of Mississippi (REPM) serves as an advocate and the voice for school retirees, and gives retiree needs undivided attention.
The OWBGC basketball team recently faced off against a team fielded by the Kosciusko Police Department.