Monthly Archives: November 2014

Full Choctaw Plaindealer Electronic Version 11/26/2014

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School Board recognizes teachers at montly meeting

By Amanda McBride The Choctaw Plaindealer The Choctaw County School Board held their monthly meeting on November 13. In this meeting, the board recognized teachers who had had students who scored star, high performing or no minimal on the MCT2…

Christmas Parade entry forms available

By Staff and Press Reports With only one week until the annual Ackerman Christmas Parade, Town Hall encourages people, organizations, churches, etc. to fill out parade entry forms. This year’s parade will be Thursday, December 4 at

County approves fund request from Hospital Trustees

By Amanda McBride The Choctaw Plaindealer The Choctaw County Board of Supervisors approves to fund the Choctaw Regional Hospital $47,000 in a 4-1 vote in the November 10 meeting. Jeff Bedford, chief financial officer for the hospital, submitted a request…

Cochran, Nunnelee winners in general election

By Daniel Brunty The Choctaw Plaindealer The 2014 General Election saw a number of positions up for grabs, including a U.S. Senate seat, a 1st Congressional District seat, as well as a number of local races for Chancery and Circuit…

‘Shop Small’ Nov. 29

by Choctaw County Chamber of Commerce The Choctaw County Chamber of Commerce is participating in Small Business Saturday, November 29th.  This is a nationwide marketing campaign to “shop small” sponsored by American Express. This day is dedicated to supporting small business…

FCE Kindergarten students score 2nd in state

By French Camp Elementary The Kindergarten class at French Camp Elementary School’s Scale Score Average on the Kindergarten Readiness Assessment was the second highest in the state. This is based on information that was released by the Mississippi Department of…

Turkey Recipes – Weir Elementary School

Weir Elementary School “How to cook a turkey?” Mrs. Howard & Ms. Hemphill’s Pre-K Class – Weir Elementary School Jeremiah Baldwyn-I will go to Sunflower and buy my turkey. I will take it home and cut him. I’ll cook him…