Is modern technology always the better solution?

The basket weaving class was led by Catherine Willams.  The people who took the class were Janet James, Heather James, Tucker James and Nancy Perry.

By Jan Ballard
MSU Extension Service, Choctaw Co

Class attendees make baskets.

Class attendees make baskets.

In a time when new electronic inventions appear daily, almost hourly, is it ever good to look to the past? Is the Bible true when it says there … Read more

Chamber to hold forum

Jackson

From press reports

The Choctaw County Chamber of Commerce will host a Legislative Forum on Tuesday, June 17, at 6 P.M. at the Choctaw County Chamber of Commerce office located at 55 East Quinn Street.
Senator Gary Jackson and Representative … Read more

Annual School Reunion held

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DSC00291Saturday, April 26, 2014 the Choctaw County High School campus hosted former classmates, teachers, coaches, administrators and friends to gather for their annual school reunion.
The meeting began in the Ty Cobb Complex at noon with registration and a silent … Read more

UM grads

Tori and Meghan McCulloch

Tori and Meghan McCulloch graduated from the University of Mississippi at Oxford on May 10, 2014, with… Read more

Mustangs 7U

Mustang 10

MS Mustangs 7u team traveled to Winona, MS on saturday, May 24 and took 1st place in the 82 challenge Memorial Day Tournament. They would … Read more

4-County members convene for Annual Membership Meeting

4-County Electric Power Association’s Bill Caldwell converses with Charles and Jean Maness of Ackerman at the 75th anniversary memorabilia table of the cooperative’s annual meeting Thursday at East Mississippi Community College in Mayhew. A record number of participants, 800, attended the annual event.

From press reports

Members of 4-County Electric Power Association elected two directors, took rides on a hot air balloon, celebrated the cooperative’s 75th anniversary, attended a health fair and learned about a variety of cooperative programs and initiatives Thursday at … Read more