The Kosciusko Attala Partnership (KAP) announced Monday that CEO Kel McDowell will be vacating his position. McDowell will be joining the economic development team of Williamson, Inc., near Nashville, Tenn., as director of Government Affairs.
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The Kosciusko City Cemetery will be filled with visitors from the past on the night of October 28, as the Kosciusko Attala County Historical Society presents, “The Old City Cemetery Tour 2017.” The tour will be held from 5:30 until 8:30 p.m., and the cost of admission will be
The fifth annual Autumn Arts Festival, presented by Kosciusko Main Street, is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 21, on the historic downtown courthouse square.
The event showcases local and Mississippi artisans, and new vendors are added each year.
Suspect Kendrick Edwards, 26, a resident of County Road 1140, was officially charged with murder during a brief appearance in Attala County Justice Court Wednesday morning following the fatal shooting of Orlando Malone, 29, of Sallis.
Rolling and looping across the sky, Kosciusko native Randy Henderson will headline this year’s “Wings Over Winston” air show at the Louisville-Winston Airport on Saturday, Oct. 7.
Henderson will perform aerobatic feats in his home-built Texas T-Cart.
Three suspects – one the alleged shooter, two others accessories after the fact – were arraigned in Kosciusko Municipal Court Tuesday morning. Judge L. Scott Pickle assigned a public defender to each of the suspects and scheduled preliminary hearings for each.
As of Sunday, police had apprended all three suspects in the Saturday shooting of Darnell Greer, 32.
Carlton Ashford, a parolee, is charged with aggravated assault, while Carmesah Venable and Taylor Evans have been charged as accessories after the fact.
Being fire chief in a town of over 7,000 residents has its challenges, but for Kosciusko Fire Chief Duane Burdine, there is more than just fighting fires, administering life-saving services and washing fire trucks.
The landscape makeover of the Kosciusko Welcome Center is more than just a new pretty face. The renovation of the gardens surrounding the center helps to celebrate the natural beauty and cultural heritage of Mississippi.
Jacob Peeler, a graduate of Kosciusko and Holmes Community College, has been named the new wide receivers coach at Ole Miss, according to multiple reports.
Deer hunting season (gun with dog) begins November 19 in most parts of Mississippi. People will be out in the woods this weekend in large numbers, and they will be looking for ways to keep warm.
Funeral services for Gayle Fifer,63, of Kosciusko, will be held Saturday, Sept. 16, at noon at Christian Union Baptist Church in Carthage with burial in the church cemetery.
William M. Ingram, Sr. 81, of Durant, heavy equipment operator, died March 31, 2017, at the Lexington Manor Nursing Home in Lexington.
Johnny V. Cook, 72, of McCool, passed away on October 4, 2017, at St. Dominic Hospital in Jackson.
Mississippi Blood Services (MBS) is calling on Mississippians to help those being affected by Hurricane Irma.
Carlton Ashford, 23, of Kosciusko, who allegedly shot Darnell Greer, 32, in the forehead on Saturday, September 23, was returned to Kosciusko Municipal Court from Rankin County for a preliminary hearing in the case Tuesday morning.