Today's Top Stories

The Kosciusko Board of Aldermen voted in favor of the  2016-17 fiscal year budget, totaling $8,573492, at a special meeting on Tuesday.

A Kosciusko man suspected in the slaying of two Durant nuns is now behind bars.

The 37th annual Big Black River Festival will be held Saturday, Sept. 10, in West with arts and crafts booths displayed along Main Street. There will be art, antiques, woodwork and numerous food booths.

Tony Holder, Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center Director, was recently recognized as the Mississippi Association of Career and Technical Education (MS-ACTE) Member of the Year. 

The Ethel Tigers rebounded from a road-loss to Enterprise-Lincoln last week in a big way, defeating Houlka (0-1) 22-0 to move to 1-1 on the year. 

With just a a little over a minute left in the contest, the Whippets, who trailed Northeast Lauderdale 28-21, looked poised to tie it up from the Trojan six yard line.