French Camp’s Historical Highlight Luncheon, Nov. 11

By Press Reports

The writings of local historian and poet, the late Mrs. Virginia Carlisle, will be the topic of the next Historical Highlight Luncheon, noon, at French Camp Presbyterian Church.

Mrs. Carlisle compiled a remarkable collection of old newspaper … Read more

Halloween fun

11-5 AES-PreK Halloween-Long

Submitted photos

Pre-K celebrates Halloween

The Pre-K Classes at AES had a wonderful time preparing for Halloween. They decorated cupcakes and carved a pumpkin. They also enjoyed dressing up in their costumes, having a costume contest, and playing games. … Read more

King’s Kids

11-5 Ackerman UMC2

Photos by Patty Draper

The King’s Kids, Ackerman UMC’s Sunday night children’s and youth program, met at Eric Chamber’s barn and pond recently for a Bible lesson, fishing, and supper. Tom Cooper presented a program on how animals (deer) grow … Read more

Z Hope project

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Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated Rho Nu Zeta Chapter and it’s youth educated the citizens of Kosciusko about breast cancer and triple negative cancer through the Z Hope Project Breast Cancer Early Detection on  Saturday, October 25 at … Read more

Lady Chargers counting on depth this season

By Austin Bishop
The Choctaw Plaindealer

The Lady Chargers of Choctaw County may be a young basketball team again this year, but they should have a lot of depth.

“A lot of times you can see three freshman and two … Read more

November is Diabetes Awareness Month

Written by: Dr. Carla Stanford, Regional Health Specialist
Submitted by: Juli Hughes, County Coordinator
MSU Extension Service-Choctaw County 285-6337

Approximately 230,000 Mississippians have diabetes, and an additional 115,000 of those people have the disease and do not even know it. … Read more