Weir seeking spot in baseball playoffs

By Austin Bishop
The Choctaw Plaindealer

Encouraged by a well-played 10-inning loss to division leader French
Camp Academy last Friday, the Weir baseball team headed into this
week’s action hoping to close strong and claim a playoff spot.

The Lions … Read more

AHS Indians Softball prepare for EHS

By Lucretia Moss

AHS Indians travelled to East Webster on April 2 for a division match
up. The Indians took an early 1 to 0 lead in the 1st inning. East
Webster tied the game in the 4th. E.Webster scored … Read more

The Civil War – Half-Way through and Naval Action

Submitted by C.J. Johnson

According to one source, the War Between the States lasted 1,549
days. April 10,1863 marked the half-way point for the political
leaders, military officers, soldiers, sailors, artillerymen, and
cavalry, as well as the folks left behind … Read more

Providence Baptist Church dedicates FLC

By Terry Harpole

On the evening of March 24, if you had been driving down Chester-
Tomnolen Road south of Little Mountain on the Natchez Trace and saw
all the cars parked around Providence Baptist Church, you might have
thought … Read more

Supervisors discuss possible airport improvements

By Amanda McBride
The Choctaw Plaindealer

Possible improvements to the county airport was briefly discussed in
the March 28 Choctaw County Board of Supervisor meeting.

Mark Carruth addressed the board about possible improvements or
additions to the county’s airport that … Read more

JuneFest t-shirt design revealed

By Choctaw County Chamber of Commerce

The Chamber of Commerce JuneFest Committee is proud to reveal the
2013 JuneFest t-shirt.

JuneFest will be held Saturday, June 1, in downtown Ackerman. The
Ackerman Twentieth Century Club will be selling the JuneFest … Read more