News

Dixie Pan Club July 2015 meeting held

Members

On July 15 Dixie Pan met at the home of Alice Belk. We kicked the meeting off with a program by Leland James of Sturgis. The last time we saw Leland, he was using a chainsaw to sculpt wonderful things … Read more

Employee of the month

Pictured left to right:Jan Maddux, Administrator, Lisa Dawson, CNA, and Kim Fulcher, DON at Choctaw Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.

Choctaw Regional Medical Center’s Employee of the Month

Ackerman, MS – Congratulations to Lisa Dawson, CNA at Choctaw Nursing and Rehabilitation Center for being chosen Employee of the Month. … Read more

Open house

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Recently, the Choctaw County High School hosted an Open House on Aug. 4 to welcome students to school. Several students and parents visited the classrooms, met the teachers, and toured the campus. … Read more

First Day

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Ms. Cynthia Long and Ms. Jennifer Zirlott at AES Pre-K celebrated the First Day of School.… Read more

More counties sign agreement with MDOC

JACKSON – A dozen more counties have signed an agreement with the Mississippi Department of Corrections to house and work state inmates without reimbursement.

Twenty-six of the 30 original counties now are participating in the new Joint State County Work … Read more

Supervisors receive tax roll objections

By Daniel Brunty
The Choctaw Plaindealer

The Choctaw County Board of Supervisors heard objections to the county’s personal and real tax rolls during its Aug. 3 meeting held at the Choctaw County Courthouse Boardroom.

The meeting began with an amendment … Read more

Start student’s day with a nutritious breakfast

Submitted by: Juli Hughes, County Coordinator
Mississippi State University Extension Service –Choctaw County

Studies show that children who eat breakfast tend to have higher school attendance, have better overall test scores, solve problems more easily and have better muscle coordination. … Read more

4-County members warned of burglary/scam

4-County Electric Power Association members are being asked to be careful in the wake of reports of criminals identifying themselves as electric company employees in order to steal from homes.

There have been several reports from local law enforcement officials … Read more

Charger work on basics in first week of practice

By Austin Bishop
Choctaw Plaindealer

Veteran Choctaw County High School head football coach Adam Dillinger saw a lot of energy out of his Chargers during the first week of team practice allowed by the Mississippi High School Activities Association.

“That … Read more