Letters to the editor – 09/30/15

Flag thoughts
I am a son of God, resurrected spirit being, that is housed in a body of black descent that was born into this realm in the State of Mississippi in the early 1940’s. I am writing this letter … Read more

30 things to do when bored besides eat

Submitted by: Juli Hughes, County Coordinator
Mississippi State University Extension – Choctaw County 662-285-6337

Do you ever get bored? If so, what do you usually do? Do you sit down and flip through the stations trying to find something to … Read more

Calendar of Events – 09/30/15

Choctaw County Flea Market
Saturday, October 3, Main Street Parking Lot – Ackerman, from 8:00 am – 2:00 pm. No vendor fee, but each vendor will need to fill out an application to reserve a 10′ x 10′ space. Applications … Read more

Choctaw County Flea Market set

Submitted by: Juli Hughes, County Coordinator
MSU Extension Service – Choctaw County 662-285-6337

The Choctaw County Flea Market began in 2012 as part of the MSU Extension Service’s Turning the Tide on Poverty project. The flea market, which is held … Read more

Jail docket – 09/30/15

The Choctaw County Sheriff’s Department filed 99 miscellaneous incident reports and 14 incident offense reports this week.… Read more

NWTF-Hardees Wildlife Show scheduled for October 8

From press reports

The East Mississippi Chapter NWTF and Hardees present The Wildlife Show to be held at The Louisville Coliseum on Thursday, October 8 from 5-8 p.m.

Vendor spaces are still available for any outdoor related businesses.… Read more

Lady Panthers split two slow-pitch softball games

By Austin Bishop
Choctaw Plaindealer

The French Camp Academy slow-pitch softball team split games with a pair of Winston County foes last week as the Lady Panthers prepared to begin region play at home against Ethel on Tuesday.

FCA then … Read more

Editorial roundup – 09/30/15

Water’s getting more expensive
The Associated Press has produced a package of stories that make it clear America is facing some expensive problems in providing what everyone takes for granted: fresh water.

Though the AP report tends to focus on … Read more