Monthly Archives: September 2013

Cutts joins Phi Mu Fraternity

  The Kappa Epsilon Chapter of Phi Mu Fraternity proudly recognizes and announces Andrea Cutts, daughter of Tim and Tonya Cutts of Ackerman, as a new initiate of their chapter. Andrea is attending Delta State University in Cleveland.

Historical Luncheon next week

By Press Reports   The September Historical Highlight Luncheon at French Camp Presbyterian Church will be on Tuesday, September 10 at noon.  The speaker is Tim Wade who will be talking about the exciting 1994 football season when FCA was…

Supes disagree, approve Chancery clerk proposal

By Amanda McBirde The Choctaw Plaindealer   The Choctaw County Courthouse elected officials are trying to move to a “team spirit” in utilizing the current employees to help out in offices, when needed. Steve Montgomery, Chancery clerk, proposed to use…

New business takes root in Choctaw County

By The Choctaw County Chamber of Commerce   The Choctaw County Chamber of Commerce is proud to welcome a new local business. Brenda Etheridge, RN, of Weir is the Director of Better Living Home Care, LLC. Better Living Home Care…

Calendar of Events

Fall Sale Sept. 7 Come join us for our Fall Sale in the Fellowship Hall of the Mathiston United Methodist Church in Mathiston on Hwy 15. Delicious home baked goodies and white elephant items will be featured. The sale is…

Girlfriends’ class displays artwork

By Amanda McBride The Choctaw Plaindealer   Circles of Peace are now being displayed at Broken Wings Thrift Store in Ackerman. The Circles of Peace artwork was hand made by the Girlfriends’ class at Broken Wings. Sr. Alies Therese, class…

Early first quarter dooms French Camp Panthers

By Austin Bishop The Choctaw Plaindealer   As of Monday morning, French Camp Academy head football coach Nathan Wright still wasn’t exactly sure what happened to his Panthers on Friday night. “I was really dumfounded at how poorly we played,”…