From Press Reports
As hundreds gathered to celebrate the 6th Annual CCHSAA Awards and Recognition Luncheon, the festive mood of the crowd was described by CCHSAA President, Dr. I.D. Thompson, “This feels like a family reunion.” Indeed, there were an … Read more
Most Handsome is Colt Shurden should have been pictured in … Read more
From press reports
French Camp’s next Historical Highlight Luncheon will be Tuesday, March 10, 12:00 noon at French Camp Presbyterian Church.
Roy Purvis will be the speaker. In honor of Nita Curtis, Roy will talk about the history of the … Read more
By Ryan Satcher
The Choctaw County softball team may be young but it should be very talented and athletic this season.
“We’re young,” said Choctaw County coach Mike Brown. “We don’t have any juniors or seniors but I … Read more
The monthly meeting of the GFWC Twentieth Century Club of Ackerman was held Thursday, February 19, 2015 at 6:30pm at the Choctaw County Library in Ackerman. President Ginny Lucas being in the chair and Donna McKay serving as secretary in … Read more
I want to use this opportunity to announce my candidacy for Choctaw County Justice Court Judge, Post 2.
My husband, Derek Weeks, and I have been married for eighteen years and reside in the Simpson community.
We are the parents … Read more
The Choctaw County Sheriff’s Department filed 37 miscellaneous incident offense reports and 8 incident offense reports this week.… Read more
Don Vaughan provides infrequently used words to strengthen your vocabulary.
“How Strong is Your Vocabulary?” is a 10-word quiz on the Merriam-Webster website.
The user has 10 seconds to answer each question. The faster the correct answer is given, the … Read more
March 6, 5:30 p.m.
Providence Baptist Church’s 9th Annual Ladies’ Conference will be held on Friday evening March 6 at 5:30 p.m. in the Family Life Center. Our program will feature Karen Peck and New River, a 3-time … Read more
Submitted by C.J. Johnson
On March 3, 1865, a bill known as “The Bureau of Refugees, Freemen, and Abandoned Lands” was signed into law by President Lincoln. Commonly called the Freedmen’s Bureau, this act created a commission, “ established in … Read more