Winston 4H has grown this year with the addition of several new clubs to include: Sport Fishing, Photography, Kayaking, and Bicycling being the new additions to accompany S.A.F.E.T.Y. (formerly known as Shooting Sports), Sewing, Robotics, and LEGO.
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Winston Medical Center had a successful Health Fair Tuesday, October 8, with 37 vendors participating. Despite the rainy morning, many were out early and lined up to take advantage of the free lab tests and screenings that was being offered.
The East Central Lady Warriors qualified for postseason play in their final MACJC North Division soccer match of the season with a 3-1 road win over Northwest in Senatobia on Oct. 15.
Julia Welch Area representative of the Census Bureau addressed the Choctaw County Board of Supervisors at their regular meeting on Monday, October 7, as a reminder that the census will take place in 2020, and that it is critical to get an accurate count of residents.
The Choctaw County Master Gardeners invite you to enter our 10th annual Scarecrow Trail.
To celebrate the 2019 fall season, we would like for Choctaw County businesses, clubs, school groups, church groups, non-profit groups and individuals to create a Scarecrow.
Some traditions have been around a long time and others are in the process of becoming. One “new” tradition is the gathering of family, friends and neighbors for Panhandle Community Day. It is time to reconnect with the places that shaped the lives of so many and visit with some of the folks that helped shape them.
Students in Mrs. Chamblee's 6th grade class at Ackerman Elementary School are working on their stations. Inferencing, citing evidence, Wordly Wise, summarizing, vocabulary bingo, and comprehension practice are all pushing these 6th graders to be their best.
TUPELO, MS: The statewide burn ban for Mississippi has been lifted due to recent rainfall. However, several county-wide burn bans are still in place that may affect visitors to campgrounds along the Natchez Trace Parkway.