Shed Fire on Love Road

12:17 a.m. – Attala County Deputies were called to the area of Highway 35 North near Hesterville when a car struck a deer. No one was injured.10:51 a.m. – Kosciusko Police were called to Dollar General on Veterans Memorial Drive when a wallet was... Read More.

September: Library Card Sign Up Month

Library Card Sign Up Month has been held each September since 1987 to mark the beginning of the school year.Having a library card now gives you access to books, resources, technology, and so much more. Your local library may have more to offer than... Read More.

Biden Mandates Get Miss. Republican Dander Up

WASHINGTON--New rules from Pres. Biden requiring businesses to require employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine have Republicans crying foul from Jackson to Philadelphia to Washington, D.C. That includes Rep. Michael Guest, and Gov. Tate Reeves."Many of us are frustrated with the nearly 80 million... Read More.

9/11 in Central Miss. Part 3: The Danger 20 Years Later

WASHINGTON—America may be more vulnerable to attack than any time in the past 20 years because of the vacuum left in Afghanistan, following the departure of the U.S. military, said Congressman Michael Guest (R-Miss.). Guest represents Neshoba County and parts of east and central... Read More.

Video: Boswell Media tower removal and cleanup

The cleanup of the downed Boswell Media tower on Golf Course Rd in Kosciusko continued Wednesday.Crews game in to removed the final piece of the tower off of the building.A temporary tower is being shipped to Kosciusko today and could be up and running... Read More.

Coronavirus Numbers Continue Downward Trend

PHILADELPHIA, Miss.--Coronavirus cases continue on a downward trend, with 704 cases reported in the past day, and 21 more deaths. One of those deaths was in central Mississippi, in Neshoba County.It should be noted that the seemingly low number (compared to single days in... Read More.

Central Mississippi Spared Labor Day Fatalities

CARTHAGE, Miss.--Central Mississippi was spared the Labor Day weekend fatal wrecks that killed six people. Those wrecks were in Grenada, Tunica and Lincoln counties, according to data from the Mississippi Highway Patrol.Each of three wrecks killed two people.State troopers worked 146 crashes. The data... Read More.