Grace Christian School recently observed “See you at the Pole”. This is a student lead effort to … Read more
Robert Clentos Prisock II and Jessica Reagan Griffin… Read more
Area citizens working on Strategic plan
As part of its role in rebuilding FEMA encouraged local citizens to develop a strategic plan for the community.
As part of that FEMA held several survey events including one on September 4 to … Read more
Cade is available for adoption at Louisville Animal Control. He is a smart boy, and he has been neutered. He gets along with the other dogs in the shelter. There are many other dogs, puppies, cats and kittens available for … Read more
October is Dyslexia Awareness Month… Read more
By Austin Bishop
Special to The Journal
SCOOBA — With the offense playing below expectations, the East Mississippi Community College defense decided to take things in its own hands in the second half of the Lions’ 49-0 win over visiting … Read more
Recently, First United Methodist staff organized a Community Helpers Week.
The purpose was to introduce different community helpers to the children and to their parents for them to gain a ‘helper friendly attitude’.… Read more
To All who read the Paper:
I’m a citizen of Choctaw County that votes at every election. I have a story to tell that I think everyone should know. Here it is; I am 57 ears old and in jail … Read more
WED, OCT. 15
Junior College Soccer
2/4 p.m. — Northwest Miss. women/men at ECCC
THUR, OCT. 16
6 p.m. — Water Valley at Choctaw County
Junior College Football… Read more
Mississippians who are victims of domestic violence can now receive additional relief to help them flee from violent homes and dangerous situations.
A new Public Service Commission rule that requires utilities to postpone collecting initial deposits for 60 days for … Read more