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With over 155 graduates, the Class of 2018 is Kosciusko’s largest. Superintendent Billy Ellzey noted that this class earned more than $650,000 in scholarships.

“Don’t let fear keep you from reaching your goals,” he said.

Fresh off a Class 4A state championship performance last week, Kosciusko fast-pitch standout Katie Mitchell is now prepping for an all-star performance.

Just a week after winning a state championship and being announced as a Mississippi Association of Coaches All-Star, Kosciusko junior pitcher Katie Mitchell was chosen as the Region 4-4A Most Valuable Player.

The graduation ceremonies at Durant Public School were more bittersweet than usual - 2018 marks the graduation of the school’s final class. Hereafter, the high school will be merged with another area district.

Students, families and staff involved with Kosciusko Lower Elementary had a week of fun as the school year came to a close.

Camp trains former military personnel as personal trainers





Attala County arrests

May 9
Stacia Banks, 20-year-old white female of Kosciusko, was arrested for trespassing by Deputy Scott Walters.
Jonathan Guerrero, 20-year-old white male of Kosciusko, was arrested for trespassing and possession of paraphernalia by Deputy Scott Walters.



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May 11
Dvontae Merritt, a 26-year-old black male from Kosciusko, was arrested for no seat belt, no insurance, possession of marijuana in a vehicle and two counts of possession of controlled substance (felony) on East Jefferson Street by Officer Jamie Eaves.









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