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Honored

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Jamie Rodgers, CEO/Administrator, Sharon Simmons, Laboratory Assistant, and Lorena Allen, Laboratory Director

Choctaw Regional Medical Center’s Employee of the Month

Choctaw Regional Medical Center’s Employee of the Month is … Read more

Cabbage grower

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Pictured is Lilly Courtney, with her cabbage she grew and nurtured as a project hosted by the Bonnie Plant Company and Wal-Mart. Lilly is a… Read more

Learning time

Sept 2015 Computer Class

In 2012, MSU Extension – Choctaw County began Turning the Tide on Poverty project. One of the recommendations from county residents was to teach computer skills classes. Participants would be able to use the skills learned from the classes to … Read more

Blessing of the Hunt

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New Zion Baptist Church hosted their second annual Blessing of the Hunt on Saturday, October 3, in the church fellowship hall.  Attendees gathered together to enjoy a meal, devotion and prayer for the upcoming hunting season.  Church members brought a … Read more

Selected

September Chargers In Charge 2015 Paper

Weir Elementary selects their “Chargers in Charge” based on the character trait for the month.  The character trait for September was fairness. … Read more

Cookbook was a labor of love

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Special to The Choctaw Plaindealer

The Mathiston Civic League has produced a 650-recipes cookbook full of tried and true southern cuisine made with ingredients available in any kitchen.

“We’re excited about this book because these are recipes that you can … Read more

Editorial Roundup – 10/07/15

Don’t need flag petitions
Mississippi needs a new state flag, but what it doesn’t need is a drawn-out initiative and petition drive to put the issue to a vote of the people and enshrine the results in the state Constitution.… Read more