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22 hours 41 min ago
The Lady Whippets began their season on Saturday when they hosted Winona and French Camp; they then traveled to Nanih Waiya for a Monday night contest.  The Lady Whippets came out on top in each contest Saturday, defeating the Winona Tigers 4-2 and the French Camp Panthers 5-0, but fell to Nanih Waiya in a tough contest on Monday night 8-5...
22 hours 49 min ago
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the final player selected in an 8-part series highlighting the elite football players in the area. These players encompass leadership, athleticism and game-changing abilities for their teams in 2014.  The players were taken from the rosters of high school teams in Attala, Choctaw and Holmes counties and were...
5 days 22 hours ago
More than 200 cyclists are expected in Kosciusko Saturday morning for the Little Mountain Ride. The ride, sponsored by the tour D' Attala Biking Club, will raise funds for the Gary Holdiness Cycling Fund. The fund is administered by The Friends of the Natchez Trace Parkway. This year the national group, Adventure Cycling Association...
6 days 18 hours ago
The 105th annual Central Mississippi Fair opened Saturday with a livestock competition and will continue throughout the week. The fair, which is sponsored by area businesses and organized by the Kosciusko-Attala Development Corporation and a group of area volunteers, features several exhibits inside the Attala County Coliseum as well as many...
1 week 21 hours ago
With Kosciusko schools back in session for a week now, Superintendent Tony McGee said the school year has gotten off to a smooth start. “Everything has started smoothly,” McGee said. “Our administrators and teachers are already doing a fine job.” Two Kosciusko schools started the school year with new principals. John...
1 week 21 hours ago
A Wall of Fame has been initiated at the Attala County Library honoring those who have made a contribution to local and state libraries. The Mid-Mississippi Regional Library System and its trustees hosted a reception at the Attala County Library Sunday afternoon honoring the charter inductees. Welcome to the program was given by Richard...
1 week 22 hours ago
There were 65 4-H/FFA members from across the state exhibiting 165 animals at the Central Mississippi Fair Livestock Show.  Tyler Braud, an Animal Science Major at MSU,  judged cattle, goats and lambs. Melanie Kiani, Scott County 4-H Agent, judged poultry. Overall Champion Steer – Savannah Sweatman from Hinds County 4-H...
2 weeks 17 hours ago
2 weeks 17 hours ago
As John Mark Cain takes the helm with his new position as principal at Kosciusko High School, he accepts his responsibilities with a sense of pride in being a part of the school with a “successful” rating and the designation as one of the best in the state. “I consider it a blessing to be here. I am excited and proud to be a...
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