Nine projects have been awarded funding through the First Impressions Grant program.
Over $20,000 will be spent to stimulate community improvement and broad appeal to the community as a whole.
The Choctaw County Chamber … Read more
The 2nd Annual Kids’ Fishing Rodeo held on Saturday, April 12, at Choctaw Lake was a huge success.
The Choctaw County Chamber of Commerce, U.S. Forest Service, Mississippi Department of Wildlife Fisheries and Parks, … Read more
Insurance was the main topic of discussion the April 14 meeting of the Choctaw County Board of Supervisors. Mike Hughes, of Weaver Insurance, presented the renewal quotes for the county’s property and casualty insurance … Read more
Emily Robison and Dakota Weaver received the nomination from Choctaw County High School for the Lindy Callahan Scholar-Athlete Award.
The Lindy Callahan Scholar-Athlete Awards program began in … Read more
The weekend of May 9th-11th will be a busy one for the town of French Camp. Saturday, May 10th is Pioneer Day, a festival that celebrates an old-fashioned way of life. “In addition to the festival,” coordinator, … Read more
Mrs. Raines and Mrs. Ellen McMullen, Mrs. Talley and Mrs. Fannie McMullen’s Weir Elementary Kindergarten classes have been very busy studying about baby chickens.
Over the past few weeks, the students have learned… Read more
JACKSON – Hay producers need warmer temperatures and drier ground to catch up with production this spring.
“Everything is shaping up to be late with all the wet, cool weather we’ve had,” said Charlie … Read more
MISSISSIPPI STATE — Soybeans have been an important commodity in Mississippi for more than 50 years, but recent advances have pushed the crop’s value above $1 billion.
Mississippi soybeans had a value of $267 … Read more