KOSCIUSKO — A bridge replacement project in Attala County was recently awarded to T.L. Wallace Construction, Inc. This $19,191,477 project includes replacing 12 bridges on State Route 12 from Kosciusko to the Choctaw County Line. Traffic is utilizing detour roads at two sites (Munson Creek and Hurricane Creek) while the existing bridges are removed and the new bridges are constructed. A detour road is also under construction at the Cole Creek Tributary site. The project is approximately 24 percent complete with an expected completion date of June 2013.
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The Strand shows off its new lighting Friday evening. A lighting ceremony was held Thursday night to celebrate the completion of the facade, signage and roof.
Grand old lady shines: City of Kosciusko celebrates first phase of The Strand with lighting ceremony
It was a night to take a stroll down memory lane for Kosciusko residents and head to a place where a host of memories were made.
- City looks at Sunday beer sales
- Woods wins Ward 4 alderman in Kosciusko race
- Kosciusko City Schools fill remaining slots for upcoming year
- City arrests by police department
- Grand old lady shines: City of Kosciusko celebrates first phase of The Strand with lighting ceremony
To the wire, Kosy defeats Braves
The Kosciusko Whippets were in good shape after Friday night’s 8-0 win over the visiting Tishomingo Braves, but a set-back in Iuka on Saturday, a 3-2 loss, put the fast dogs’ season in jeopardy.
- KHS hires Greenleaf
- On the Porch with Dirk: How great Thou art
- Tigers finish season 15-13
- Kosy moves to third round
- To the wire, Kosy defeats Braves
Pioneer Day:Annual French Camp event provided activities for all ages
The historic district in French Camp, located adjacent to the Natchez Trace Parkway, was transformed into an area reminiscent of olden days.
- Elvis and a snake. . . Oh my!
- Long Creek holds motivational rally for upcoming state testing
- Pioneer Day:Annual French Camp event provided activities for all ages
Can ‘good’ news sell the newspaper?
As the saying goes – “If it bleeds, it leads.” The “hard stuff” – murders, wrecks, fires, deaths and the like – has been selling newspapers and upping the ratings of television stations for years.
- On Getting ‘Stranded’
- Fear of Big Red canceled fishing
- Summertime visiting
- Parlez-vous francais?
- Can ‘good’ news sell the newspaper?
‘Dig Into Reading’ activities planned at library
“Dig Into Reading” is the theme for this summer’s 2013 Summer Library Program co-sponsored by the Attala County Library and the Mississippi Library Commission.
- MHS cheerleaders planning pageant
- FFA Chapter selling plants at CT Center
- Basketball tourney set at B&G Club
- Planning meeting for school reunion Saturday
- ‘Dig Into Reading’ activities planned at library