Regional 4-H workshop polishes area volunteers

MISSISSIPPI STATE – Since the 4-H goal of making the best better applies not only to young people but also to the volunteer leaders who oversee local clubs, ongoing training is key to staying prepared.

A group of 23 volunteer … Read more

Changes continue for swine industry

By Linda Breazeale

MSU Ag Communications

Mississippi swine producers are discovering the only constant in their industry is change.

John Michael Riley, agricultural economist with the Mississippi State University Extension Service, said a variety of challenges have kept the state’s … Read more

Spark your entrepreneurial side

By Lara F. Bowman, Executive Director, Choctaw County Chamber of Commerce

 

When you ride around Choctaw County do you notice empty buildings? You will not have to look far to find a vacant storefront or a business.

Yes, many … Read more

Lady Panthers set to begin district play Thursday

By Austin Bishop

The Choctaw Plaindealer

 

Fresh off its second win of the season, the French Camp Academy slow-pitch softball team is set to open district play on Thursday when the Lady Panthers make the short trip to take … Read more