Youth attend Junior Project Achievement

The 4-H Forestry Team received first place in the recent 4-H Junior Project Achievement Day. The team is Juli Hughes, Zoe Hunt, Korie Prescott, Reagan Edmonds, Lilli Fulgham, and Ada Fulgham.

From press reports

Six youth from Choctaw County attended 4-H Junior Project Achievement Day in Fulton on June 5.  Nikki Latham received 1st Place in Interior Design and 2nd Place in Veterinary Science visual presentation.

The 4-H Forestry Team received … Read more

Choctaw County High School to play in Region 5-3A

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By Austin Bishop

The Choctaw Plaindealer

 

After weeks of waiting, newly consolidated Choctaw County High School finally knows what region its athletics teams will compete in for the next two seasons.

Last Thursday the MHSAA announced that CCHS would … Read more

CT scan moves to new hospital

Leigh Davis, Radiology director, shows the mobile CT scan to Allen Gamble, administrator, with Valerie Hughes, radiology technician looking on.

By Amanda McBride

The Choctaw Plaindealer

 

The move from the Pioneer Community Hospital on Cherry Street to the newly constructed hospital at the corner of Highways 9 and 15 has begun.

One of the first departments to move is … Read more

Obituaries

Mrs. Elaine Oswalt Perry

Ackerman, MS

Mrs. Elaine Oswalt Perry, 75, of Ackerman died Saturday, June 15, 2013 in Mathiston.

Funeral services were held Thursday, June 20, 2013, at 2:00pm at Oliver Funeral Home Chapel in Eupora with burial in … Read more

Cody McKee signs with Blue Mountain College

Cody McKee of East Webster High School, seated, recently signed to play baseball for Blue Mountain College. Pictured are, from left, BMC coach Curt Fowler, East Webster coach Wes Johnson, East Webster athletic director Doug Wilson, and Cody’s parents, Heather and Patrick McKee.  (Photo courtesy Beth Hendrix/EWHS).

By Austin Bishop

The Choctaw Plaindealer

 

Cody McKee has a lot of numbers by his name. But it’s not his height, weight, or batting average that made the difference when Blue Mountain College head baseball coach Curt Fowler decided … Read more