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Bible Study  

Mondays, 6:30 p.m., Attala County Library, Kosciusko. Evangelist Martha Jones will lead the Bible Study.

AA Meetings

Mondays and Wednesdays, 7:30 p.m., Alcoholics Anonymous, East Louisville Baptist Church Choir Room, Louisville.

Tuesdays, 7 p.m., Alcoholics Anonymous, Choctaw County Read more

Mid-Mississippi Challenge set

By Austin Bishop

Choctaw Plaindealer

Prep basketball fans in the area are eagerly looking forward to the 11th edition of the Mid-Mississippi Challenge that will be host by Choctaw County High School on Saturday.

The nine-game slate tips off at Read more

Dillinger steps down as CCHS football coach

By Austin Bishop

Choctaw Plaindealer

Adam Dillinger said it was hard to find just one or two highlights to his stay in Ackerman as head football coach at first Ackerman High School and then Choctaw County High School.

“It has Read more

Chargers pick up two key region road wins

By Austin Bishop

Choctaw Plaindealer

Veteran Choctaw County High School boys head coach Gary Beals certainly likes what he saw out of his 11-4 Chargers last week.

“When you go on the road and get two victories against two quality Read more

Rep. Hood reports on legislature

By Rep. Joey Hood

District 35

On Jan. 3, the 132nd Mississippi State Legislature began the second session in the four-year term.

This was a familiar week for many, but some newcomers joined the House of Representatives as a result Read more

Chaney praises passage of fire district bill

From press reports

Mississippi Insurance Commissioner and State Fire Marshal Mike Chaney is thanking the Mississippi House of Representatives for their immediate attention and passage of a bill that will allow county boards of supervisors to dissolve, redraw, or reconfigure Read more

First ever MLK parade a success in Choctaw County

By Daniel Brunty

The Choctaw Plaindealer

A crowd of over 100 people came together in front of the Choctaw County Courthouse to lift their voices and celebrate Martin Luther King Day to witness the first ever Martin Luther King Parade Read more