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Kosciusko Police Chief Herbert Dew told the Star-Herald Tuesday afternoon as the paper was going to press that the two suspects in a shooting near North Natchez Street and Woodard Lane Monday afternoon had been taken into custody in Choctaw County.
Daiqhuin Tolar, a program assistant at the Oprah Winfrey Boys & Girls Club in Kosciusko, received his second domestic violence conviction in Kosciusko Municipal Court Tuesday morning.
Just days after the Kosciusko Board of Aldermen approved a payment of $56,652.90 to Ralph McKnight and Son Construction for work on the Mississippi Native American Museum on the south side of the square, part
Just shy of his eightieth birthday, Kosciusko resident Sidney Bishop was sentenced Tuesday on seven counts related to the molestation of two young girls as far back as 2006, when the first victim was only five years old.
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The Attala County Sheriff's Office has arrested a second suspect in a shooting incident early Sunday morning at the Attala County Lounge near Ethel.
Rumors of a new restaurant coming to the square in Kosciusko are being confirmed today by Jack Adams, who plans to open Skylight Grille on the Square at 110-112 North Jackson St. — the old Frenchie’s location — this fall.
A festive atmosphere will descend upon courthouse square in Kosciusko during the next few days and a tree lighting ceremony is held Thursday night and the annual Christmas parade is held Monday night.
Ida Helen Ray Graham passed away peacefully on Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018, at Atwood Personal Care Home.
Reverend Jerry Barrett, 72, passed this life Feb. 3, 2018, at Baptist Medical Center – Attala in Kosciusko.
Jimmy "Tinker" Huskey, 78, died Feb. 10, 2018, at the Baptist Medical Center in Jackson.
Attala County library closed March 23
The Attala County public library will be closed on March 23 so that employees can attend a regional staff meeting.
David “Dakie” Collins, Jr., 70, died Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018, at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson.