News of Yesteryear – 03/30/2016

Eighty-Three years ago this week–From the files of the March 17, 1933, Choctaw Plaindealer

From Mrs. Anderson’s Collection
PLENTY OF BEER SOON

By a vote of 316 to 97 the House of Representatives late Tuesday passed President Roosevelt’s Beer bill. … Read more

Sports Schedules – 03/30/2016

THURSDAY, MARCH 31
Prep Baseball
6 p.m. — Heritage at Leake
6 p.m. — Starkville Academy at Winston Academy
Fast-Pitch Softball
4 p.m. — Leake County at French Camp
5 p.m. — Kosciusko at Louisville
6 p.m. — Bruce at … Read more

Update on actions in the House from Rep. Hood

The majority of House committees met and worked diligently toward the end of last week and up until Tuesday of this week. By Tuesday, deadline day to move all general bills received from the Senate out of committee and onto … Read more

News of Yesteryear – 03/30/2016

Thirty-Four years ago this week–From the files of the March 25, 1982, Choctaw Plaindealer

Ackerman Mayor Died Saturday
Thomas R. Glasgow, 68, long-time Mayor of Ackerman died Saturday morning in an Oxford Hospital after a long illness. Mayor Glasgow will … Read more

Obituary – Mrs. Alice Inez McAdams Taylor

Ackerman, MS

On Easter Sunday, March 27, 2016, Mother, “Memaw,” Inez M. Taylor went quiet in the night leaving her earthly family to be united with her heavenly one. She was born December 12th 1921, to Abbey Denton and Frankie … Read more

Obituary – Mr. Billy R. Ray

Ackerman, MS

Billy R. Ray, 76, a retired factory worker for Hackney and Hardwire, passed away Saturday March 26, 2016 at the Choctaw Regional Medical Center in Ackerman, MS. Mr. Ray was born October 11, 1939 in Choctaw County, MS. … Read more