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Robert Jacob McGee, 38, and Mark Anderson Lassiter, 37, are in custody in Oktibbeha County with bonds set at $100,000 each after that sheriff’s department arrested them Tuesday, April 17, on charges of suspicion of trafficking controlled substances.
Margaret Massey of McCool bought one $100 ticket for the St. Jude Dream Home fundraiser each year, never expecting to win — but this year was different. Massey was announced the winner of the $475,000 dream home in Brandon this weekend.
More than 125 Attala County residents, including 25 members of the Kosciusko Mayor’s Youth Council, worked together Saturday to gather 2,500 bags of trash from area highways and roadways that had become an eyesore.
With the 2018 Natchez Trace Festival, Amy Rawson is completing her second year serving as chairman of the annual event.
However, she will not be completing her involvement with the festival. “I will continue to support it and help in its promotion,” she said.
Adyson Poole was named Miss Natchez Trace Festival in a pageant Friday night kicking off activities of the annual event.
After listening to testimony from a child and her mother, accusing him of molesting the child, Webster Trent Cochran, a native of Sallis, took the stand in his own defense during a one-day trial in Attala County Circuit Court Monday.
New owners John and Debra Lindsey, along with their daughter Alyssa, will open DJ’s Fish House on Thursday, April 5.
The restaurant is located at 6297 Front St., in Sallis.
It will be offering all-you-can-eat catfish as well as other menu items.
The 2018 Natchez Trace Festival Poster was inspired by the artist’s grandsons from Arkansas, who always make a trip to the courthouse square when visiting their grandparents, Earl and Melinda Price.
For the past two months, residents who live near the city's sewage pond in the area of Walmart have been complaining to city officials directly and via social media about an increasing stench emanating from the pond.
The Kosciusko City School District has been selected by the Mississippi Department of Education to participate in the Mississippi Innovation Lab which encourages a network of A and B rated school districts to work together to identify, test and implement student-centered appr
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.
The devil, as they say, is in the details. And, although there are plenty of details still to be tackled in the City of Hattiesburg’s search for a solution to treat its wastewater, the end result will include a cost that is staggering.