Providing a safe and stable place for today’s youth has been the sole mission of the Oprah Winfrey Boys and Girls Club of Kosciusko/Attala County.
The club chief executive officer Donald Evans has worked to instill that message since arriving at the 15-year-old club in 2013. (more…)
Pokémon, the mega-popular fad of the late 1990s/early 2000s, is back with the smart phone-based Pokémon Go.
What is Pokémon Go? Allow this post from Vox to explain:
Importantly, there’s plenty of Pokémon Go fun to be had in Kosciusko — whether a resident, guest, or traveler on the Natchez Trace. (more…)
Once again, the Kosciusko School District achieved the highest average score in the state, with a score of 769 on the spring test.
Registration deadline Friday 6/3, 5:00pm
This workshop series is being launched with the intention of expanding the horizons of young people in Kosciusko and Attala County. Through this series of stimulating workshops, area youth have the opportunity to explore and discover new interests throughout the summer.
Now in its 47th year, the Natchez Trace Festival has long been an enjoyable spring hallmark of Kosciusko that celebrates both the community and the Natchez Trace.
The festival chairman for 2016, MarKeith Selmon, is eager to further enhance the event by building on the hard work of his predecessors.
Rewindz, a children’s consignment shop on the downtown square in Kosciusko, started out of one mom’s search for affordable clothing for her own children.
Melanie McKnight, owner of the store, said she spent a lot of time and money traveling to the Jackson area to buy clothes for her children.
“Children’s clothes are so expensive so I would go there to find the best deals at consignment shops,” McKnight said. “One day, when we were shopping, my husband looked at me and asked why I couldn’t open up a consignment shop here.” (more…)
After seven years as Kosciusko’s premier dance instructor, Nicki Richardson, will be stepping down as the owner and director of Beautiful Feet Dance School. Nicki is pleased to announce that the current competition dance director, Drew Myers, will become the new owner and director of the school. Drew will be offering both competition and recreational dance programs for ages 3-18. (more…)