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Collect fall decorations from woods, fields, and garden

By David Nagel and Lelia Kelly

Extension Horticulture Specialists

 

Begin collecting material now for those handsome fall and winter decorations.

This could include milkweed seed pods, cornstalks, hydrangea blooms, grass seed heads, nuts, cones, coneflower seed heads, globe amaranth, … Read more

2nd graders write paragraphs, research chameleons

by Press Reports

 

The second graders in Mrs. Pollard’s class at Ackerman Elementary School have been learning to write paragraphs during this nine weeks. They have learned how to use the internet to research topics, write rough drafts, edit … Read more

Vaughan’s Vocabulary

Don Vaughan provides infrequently used words to strengthen your
vocabulary.

This past week I listened to Pink Floyd’s The Wall, a double CD set released during the final weeks of the 1970s decade. The Wall is a concept album, which … Read more

Quit smoking today

 

As a result of the 2012 Tips From Former Smokers Campaign, more than 100,000 Americans quit smoking for good. If you or a friend or family member is ready to stop using tobacco, the Tobacco Quitline staff is available … Read more

Historical Highlight Luncheon slated Oct.8

By Press Reports

 

The October Historical Highlight Luncheon at French Camp Presbyterian Church will be on Tuesday, October 8 at noon. The speaker is Kenny Henderson, a 1964 FCA graduate.  His topic will be French Camp: Making a Difference.… Read more

Birth – Jaycee Grace Williamson

 

Tony and Amanda Williamson of Clarkson announce the birth of a daughter, Jaycee Grace Williamson.

Jaycee Grace was born Aug. 20, 2013, at OCH Regional Medical Center. She weighed 7 pounds, 6.6 ounces and was 19 inches long.

Grandparents … Read more

Chamber welcomes Rooster N-A Shac

By Choctaw County Chamber of Commerce

 

The Choctaw County Chamber of Commerce would like to welcome new business owner Michael Lawrence to the county.

Lawrence is the owner of Rooster N-A Shac located at 414 Front Street in Weir.… Read more

Choctaw County looking to close out district play strong

By Austin Bishop

The Choctaw Plaindealer

 

The last two volleyball matches of the season will determine Choctaw County High School’s playoff fate.

The Lady Chargers rolled to a three-set non-division win over Grace Christian School last week, and were … Read more

Calendar of Events

Purchase chances on 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 to purchase … Read more

Clark celebrates 10 years in 4-H

BaiLee Clark in 2012, ten years after her first 4-H competition.

By Staff and Press Reports

 

BaiLee Clark began 4-H in Choctaw County was she was 8 years old. 4-H helped her love for horses grow, as she was able to begin competing in races, rodeos and more.

Ten years … Read more