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Sentencing has been reset for a Eupora teen who pleaded guilty to a federal firearms charge.
The city of Eupora is applying for a new grant to continue developing the Industrial Park.
Webster County Sheriff Tim Mitchell, arrested last month on multiple felony charges, is now in the Lee County Adult Detention Center in Tupelo.

During their first meeting of 2019 the Louisville Board of Aldermen received an update the Capital and Recovery Projects and the Safe Room from Mayor Will Hill.

On Friday, February 15th, First Baptist Church, Louisville, will be hosting the fifth annual “Little Hearts Luncheon.”  Delicious casseroles, desserts, meats, appetizers, and more will be furnished by some of Winston County’s best cooks.

Winston County in District 2 will soon be installing a flashing 4-way stop and other required signs at the Crystal Ridge/ Boon Road intersection. Work on the project was to begin January 15 with weather permitting.








Roadwork planned

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Winston County in District 2 will soon be installing a flashing 4-way stop and other required signs at the Crystal Ridge/ Boon Road intersection. Work on the project was to begin January 15 with weather permitting.



Memorial service held to remember Naik family

By BY JOSEPH MCCAIN CHOCTAW PLAINDEALER,

The community of French Camp, French Camp Academy and Choctaw County come together Monday, January 14 to remember three students killed in a house fire in December.

A memorial service to honor Sharron Naik, 17, Joy Naik, 15, and Aaron Naik, 14 was held Monday, January 14 at 10:30 a.m. in the  French Camp Presbyterian Church.




Supervisors discuss outstanding justice court fines

By BY MIKE ROBERTSON CHOCTAW PLAINDEALER,

During their first meeting of 2019, on Monday, January 7, the Choctaw County Board of Supervisors discussed the Justice Court aging report.

The Justice Court is required by law to provide this report to the Board twice a year. The report showed that Choctaw County has $775K dollars in outstanding fines.



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