Fall is finally here! A distinct chill is in the air! Leaves are falling! And there’s nothing like good food to warm the heart and soul! Here is part two of my tantalizing and tempting treats for fall! To begin … Read more
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 25
Junior College Soccer
2/4 p.m. — Meridian at Holmes
THURSDAY, SEPT. 26
5:30 p.m. — French Camp at Ethel
6 p.m. — Eupora at East Webster
6 p.m. — Noxapater at Nanih Waiya
6:30 p.m. … Read more
Purchase chances on Pride Table Gift basket
The Choctaw County High School band and Band Boosters would like to thank each and every person or business who donated any item(s) to our Pride Table Gift Basket”. If you would like … Read more
By Steve Diffey
Special to The Plaindealer
GOODMAN — Holmes Community College freshman quarterback Jamario Benson had a breakout game for the Bulldogs here Thursday night accounting for 322 of the Bulldogs’ total yards. However, despite his effort the … Read more
The Choctaw County Sheriff’s Department filed six incident offense reports and 21 miscellaneous incident reports last week.
9/14/13 Jessie Ponder W/M 9/25/86 CSO Contributing to a Minor & MDOC Hold
9/14/13 Chance Wade W/M 11/25/87 CSO Contributing to a Minor … Read more
By Jan Ballard
What is a man of character? Some notable quotes might read:
“Reputation is what men and women think of us; character is what God and angels know of us”-Thomas Paine
“Character building begins in our infancy … Read more
MISSISSIPPI STATE – Since the 4-H goal of making the best better applies not only to young people but also to the volunteer leaders who oversee local clubs, ongoing training is key to staying prepared.
A group of 23 volunteer … Read more
Reported by Donna McKay, Club Reporter
Twentieth Century Club of Ackerman met on Thursday, August 22, 2013 at the Choctaw County Library with eight members and three guests present. Hostess for the meeting was Johnie Power.
In the absence … Read more
By Linda Breazeale
MSU Ag Communications
Mississippi swine producers are discovering the only constant in their industry is change.
John Michael Riley, agricultural economist with the Mississippi State University Extension Service, said a variety of challenges have kept the state’s … Read more
By Lara F. Bowman, Executive Director, Choctaw County Chamber of Commerce
When you ride around Choctaw County do you notice empty buildings? You will not have to look far to find a vacant storefront or a business.
Yes, many … Read more