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Ag Power class constructs trailer

The Agricultural Machinery Operations class at Choctaw County Career
and Technology Center constructed a 5’ X 8’ trailer. The trailer was
built by 1st and 2nd year students under the supervision of their
instructor, Dudley Vance.

The trailer is for … Read more

Calendar of Events

Attention All Ackerman High School Graduates:
If you graduated between the years of 2001-2007, we still have your
cumulative folders. These folders include such information as state
test scores, copies of birth certificates, and copies of immunization
reports. The cumulative … Read more

Vaughan’s Vocabulary by Don Vaughan

What is a word that sounds like it might pertain to instructing, but
doesn’t? What’s a three syllable word for a private conversation
between two persons (this is also the word for a sofa intended to
seat two). Right in … Read more

Volunteer firemen training held

By Chris Coleman, Fire coordinator

In the past few weeks, the Choctaw County Fire Services, in
conjunction with the MS State Fire Academy, held an EMS support
operations 12 hour training for the Volunteer Firemen in and around
Choctaw County.… Read more

Consolidation plans argued in federal court

By Amanda McBride
The Choctaw Plaindealer

How the Choctaw County School District should be consolidated is
still an unanswered question, as of press time Monday.

The CCSD (or district) and the Department of Justice presented their
plans and evidence to … Read more

Calendar of Events

All
AHS Graduates
If you graduated between the years of 2001-2007, we still have your
cumulative folders. These folders include such information as state
test scores, copies of birth certificates, and copies of immunization
reports. The cumulative folders will be … Read more

FCA Panthers remain undefeated in league play

By Austin Bishop
The Choctaw Plaindealer

It could all come down to Friday night.

If the French Camp Academy baseball team took care of business
against visiting East Oktibbeha on Tuesday, they will roll into
Friday with a shot at … Read more

The Civil War – Half-Way through and Naval Action

Submitted by C.J. Johnson

According to one source, the War Between the States lasted 1,549
days. April 10,1863 marked the half-way point for the political
leaders, military officers, soldiers, sailors, artillerymen, and
cavalry, as well as the folks left behind … Read more

Providence Baptist Church dedicates FLC

By Terry Harpole

On the evening of March 24, if you had been driving down Chester-
Tomnolen Road south of Little Mountain on the Natchez Trace and saw
all the cars parked around Providence Baptist Church, you might have
thought … Read more