Monthly Archives: May 2013

WAC musical concert slated for May 3

By Press Reports

On Friday, May 3, The Weir Attendance Center cast will present the
musical production of “The Enchantment of Beauty of the Beast” in the
Weir Attendance Center auditorium.
“The Enchantment of Beauty and the Beast” is a … Read more

Supervisors join Regional Economic Development Partnership

By Amanda McBride
The Choctaw Plaindealer

The Choctaw County Board of Supervisors approved in a 4-1 vote to
join the Regional Economic Development Partnership for one year.
The Regional Economic Development Partnership (REPMS) is being
created to establish an economic … Read more

[news[] JuneFest fun begins early on June 1

By Choctaw County Chamber of Commerce

The JuneFest 5K Run/Walk will be the first event of the festival on
Saturday, June 1. The event is being sponsored by French Camp
Academy and Camp of the Rising Son. This year’s event … Read more

From Bluegrass to Buggy Rides

By Sylvia Dickson

On Saturday, May 11th, load up the wagons and bring your family and
friends! This year’s Pioneer Day will be bustin’ loose with music,
crafts, dancing, cooking and more. It’s a free and educational,
family fun day … Read more

Ackerman FFA competes at Central District Contest

By Press Reports

Saturday March 2, 2013, Ackerman FFA Chapter members attended
District competition in Carthage at Leake Central High School. In
order to attend District, a student must win first or second place at
Samantha Reed, Ackerman FFA … Read more

Supervisors discuss Pioneer lease payments

By Amanda McBride
The Choctaw Plaindealer

The Choctaw County Board of Supervisors conducted business on April 30.
In there April 30 meeting, the board discussed Pioneer Health
Services lease payments for the Choctaw County Nursing Home. In the
meeting, it … Read more


Marilyn Mae Thomas Carver
April 27, 2013
Funeral Services for Marilyn Mae Thomas Carver, 78, were held 11 a.m.
May 1, 2013 at French Camp Presbyterian Church in French Camp, MS
with Rev. Alex Coblents and Rev. Gary Jackson officiating. … Read more

AES Sixth Graders enjoy Tennessee Trip

By Press Reports

The Ackerman Elementary School sixth grade students have worked hard
this year, and their efforts did not go unnoticed. Students’ good
behavior was recognized and they were rewarded with a special 3-day
trip to Chattanooga, Tennessee.
During … Read more