Kosse is a town located in the southern part of Limestone County. At the 2010 census, the population was 464. Kosse has the nickname “A little town with a Big Heart.” Original fortification of the lands was in the 1840s. The community was known as Eutaw. The coterie was a stop for Waco Marlin and Franklin-Springfield stage routes. The town’s population as of the 2010 census was 465. Kosse is located just seventeen miles south of Groesbeck which is the county seat of Limestone County. The town’s original incorporation occurred on May 22, 1871. There used to be a decline in the town during The Great Depression.