The first Saturday of each month, downtown Kosciusko comes alive with bargains galore and community rapport — the monthly Pop Up Flea Market!
An enjoyable way to spend one’s Saturday, the Pop Up Flea Market has been a fun and successful phenomenon in our beloved hometown. Even better, the Mississippi Main Street Association agrees, choosing it as the 2017 Outstanding Economic Impact Award winner. (more…)
Clif Barnes and his father Eddie have been in business together since 2003.
“We’re a family-owned business,” said Eddie. “A father, two sons, and their families.”
Armed with a proven track record of customer service with Barnes Paper & Janitorial Supply, Clif and Eddie joined another father-son duo, Butch Bingham and his son Daniel, to open a Kosciusko location. This new venue now compliments their existing facilities in Greenwood and Clarksdale. (more…)
On Wednesday, August 3 The Attala Center of Holmes Community College hosted employers, elected officials, and community stakeholders for a kickoff info session regarding Attala Works, a collaborative workforce initiative with the Kosciusko Attala Partnership.
By Kel McDowell, CEO, Kosciusko Attala Partnership:
In today’s economic landscape, workforce is paramount.
And for both our existing employers and those assessing where to do business – Attala County is no exception. (more…)
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.