Nancy Green

4 days 18 hours ago
FRENCH CAMP — Change came Saturday for the annual Harvest Festival at French Camp with the move of all activities to the downtown Historic District adjacent to the Natchez Trace Parkway. Crowds gathered on the grounds surrounding the Log Cabin where syrup making, entertainment, pony rides, offerings of food and other events were in...
1 week 5 days ago
The Attala County School Board adopted the Concussion Management and Return to Play Policy as outlined by the Mississippi High School Activities Association  (MHSAA) at a meeting held last Thursday. The adoption policy is required annually by the MHSAA. Among specifics of the policy the education of administrators, coaches, parents and...
1 week 5 days ago
The Kosciusko Rotary Club provided and distributed dictionaries to 336 third grade students, their teachers and librarians in city and county schools last week. The dictionary give-away is an annual project of the Rotary Club. Dr. Larry Routt, in costume, portrayed “Mr. Dictionary.” He was accompanied by Rotary Club members Dr....
3 weeks 5 days ago
The Attala Historical Society and the Kosciusko Tourism Promotional Council will host a Candlelight Tour of Historic Homes and Structures in Kosciusko, Dec. 5, from 5 until 8 p.m. The tour will feature three historical homes and one historical inn near and around the Courthouse Square and will include a time of caroling and refreshments at the...
4 weeks 4 days ago
Three have qualified with Circuit Clerk Wanda Fancher  as candidates for positions on the Attala County School Board with voting to take place at the General Election on Nov. 4. In district five, two have qualified for the position being vacated by Linda Massey, board president, who is not seeking re-election. They are Rodger Clark and...
5 weeks 4 days ago
Dr. Edward Bryant, who is completing 31 years of practicing family medicine in Kosciusko, was recently honored at a retirement reception. However, because he plans to “fill in” at Trace Medical Clinic, the prefix “semi” should probably precede that title. The Trace Medical Clinic staff held the reception in the Welcome...
5 weeks 4 days ago
Downtown Kosciusko has a new beauty spot, the Pocket Park on East Jefferson Street. Two burned out buildings have been transformed into a perfect place for having a sack lunch or brief time to relax when the weather permits. Main Street is responsible for the transformation under the leadership of its president, G.G. Holmes. The Pocket Park is...
6 weeks 5 days ago
First Lady Deborah Bryant not only read a story, but also she emphasized obeying the Golden Rule and making school a fun time during her visit to Greenlee Elementary School Thursday morning, Aug. 28. With the visit, she was continuing her “Read Across Mississippi” initiative by making Attala the 52nd county in which she has read a...
8 weeks 4 days ago
In keeping with recent years, the 105th Central Mississippi Fair closed Saturday night with what organizers termed “successful” in attendance and participation in events. Figures at the gate showed 5,200 entered Wednesday through Saturday with that number holding steady with past years, according to Greg Cooper, with the Kosciusko-...
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