Rep. Trent Kelly of the Mississippi First Congressional District visited the Choctaw County Courthouse on August 21. … Read more
Former Choctaw County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) Agricultural Education instructor, Wilbur Chancellor, was recently inducted into the prestigious Mississippi Association of Vocational Agriculture Teachers (MAVAT) Hall of Fame at the C.M. Brewer FFA Center in Raymond, MS.… Read more
By Amanda McBride/Chamber of Commerce
The Rally 2015 held the first Lunch Ride on August 15, 2015. The Lunch Ride stopped at the Community Center in Ackerman to enjoy lunch.… Read more
From school reports
STARKVILLE – “Relentless: Mississippi State Football,” a new weekly show produced by Hail State Productions chronicling the 2015 Bulldog season from behind-the-scenes coverage to exclusive interviews makes its debut in September only on HailState.com.
The documentary will … Read more
By Austin Bishop
The Lady Panthers of French Camp Academy headed into this week hoping to find a way to push some runs across the plate.
FCA dropped a 10-0 slow-pitch softball contest to Winona last Thursday to … Read more
The Choctaw County Sheriff’s Department filed 96 miscellaneous incident reports and 6 incident offense reports this week.… Read more
By Amy Barefield
MSU School of Human Sciences
STARKVILLE, Miss. — Success in school depends more on the 16 hours spent outside the classroom than many parents may realize. Physical, emotional and social factors at home contribute significantly to academic … Read more
By Austin Bishop
The Bulldogs of Holmes Community College were set to open the 2015 football season in Raymond on Thursday as they traveled to take on Hinds Community College.
Holmes finished 4-5 overall last season and 3-3 … Read more
THURS, AUG. 27
4/5 p.m. — Ethel at French Camp
4/6 p.m. — Kemper Academy at Winston Academy
5 p.m. — Kosciusko at Noxapater
5:30/6:30 p.m. — Eupora at Philadelphia… Read more
Don Vaughan provides infrequently used words to strengthen your vocabulary.
What is iambic pentameter (eye-AM-bik pen-TAM-uh-tur)? Merriam Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary defines the noun iamb, which has been in English since 1586, as a metrical foot consisting of one short syllable … Read more