News

Indians get off to strong start in division

By Austin Bishop
The Choctaw Plaindealer

Strong pitching from Cole Burney and Dakota Brasher coupled with a
big sixth inning offensively lifted visiting Ackerman to an 11-1
Friday night win over Pisgah in the division opener for both teams.

“When … Read more

Ackerman starts off with winning ways

By Lucreita Moss

AHS softball finally begins season hosting Weir on Feb. 26.
Ackerman defeated Weir 39 to 0. Emily Robison was winning pither in
the game striking out 4 in 3 innings.

Player of the game goes to Kierra … Read more

Aldermen handle monthly business

By Amanda McBride
The Choctaw Plaindealer

The Ackerman Board of Aldermen held their monthly meeting on March 5.
The board briefly discussed the “dog issue” of having stray dogs and
others unleashed and loose throughout the town. They approved to… Read more

Calendar of Events

Ragtime Jazz
Festival
March 22
On March 22, MSU Libraries will sponsor Templeton Ragtime Jazz
Festival. It will begin at 9 a.m. and end 10 p.m. at the Mitchell
Memorial Library, Templeton Museum. Cost of admission is $50. You
may … Read more

WFCA held FM 108 Club Banquet

By Press Reports

WFCA held it’s 8th annual FM 108 Club Banquet Tuesday night, February
19. Everyone gathered at the Lodge at Lake Ann on the campus of
French Camp Academy for an evening of fun, great food and wonderful… Read more

Choctaw County libraries begin e-book service

By Staff and Press Reports

E-Books are now available for check out through the Choctaw County
and Weir Libraries new webpage.

The Choctaw County Library in Ackerman and the Weir Library are part
of the Tombigbee Regional Library System which … Read more

Local DYW program approaching

By Press Reports

On March 16th the 37th Choctaw County Distinguished Young Woman,
formerly Junior Miss Program, will take place in Ackerman at the Ty
Cobb Complex on the campus of Ackerman High School. The show will
begin at 6:30 … Read more

Sentences handed down in circuit court

By Amanda McBride
The Choctaw Plaindealer

Circuit Court in Choctaw County was held in late February with at
least nine people pleading guilty to their charges.

Judge Clarence Morgan handed down these sentences after the person
pled guilty.

-Tommy Green … Read more

Engineering Night a success

By Staff and Press
Reports

Engineering recently became a reality with hands-on learning for
students and parents at Ackerman Elementary School.

AES along with the Bagley Engineering School from Mississippi State
University hosted a Family Engineering Night on February 21.… Read more