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Approximately twelve-hundred K4 through 4th grade students were set to attend Sagety Town, at the Louisville Coliseum on Tuesday, October 9.

The skies over Louisville was the scene of a fierce dogfight between the Red Baron and the Raptor, this past Saturday at the fifth annual Wings Over Winston, as a large crowd was amazed by unimaginable airborne acrobatics.

Laken Holdiness, a senior at Eupora High School, chooses to be a blood donor during the EHS Student Council-sponsored blood drive held Thursday. EHS had 27 students register with United Blood Services to be donors.

It’s Jack’ O Lantern Jam time! Bring your kids and enjoy this FREE family friendly night of fun with the scarecrow trail, pumpkin contest, games, trunk-or-treat, and inflatable slides.

By Mike Robertson
Choctaw Plaindealer


House of Representatives discuss bills that made it out of committee

By FROM REPRESENTATIVE JOEY HOOD.,
From Representative Joey Hood.
 
The House met as a whole throughout the week to discuss bills that made it out of committees and onto the calendar. Thursday, Feb. 8, was the deadline for representatives to discuss House Bills. Any bills that were not discussed by Thursday died on the calendar.



Editorial Roundup

Legislative choice: guns or football 

If the Mississippi Legislature’s latest effort to enact yet another “gunslinger” law comes to fruition, here are two suggestions for where Gov. Phil Bryant should hold the signing ceremony.

At Vaught-Hemingway Stadium in Oxford or at Davis Wade Stadium in Starkville.



Obituaries

Fannie B. Bailey
Feb. 1, 2018
Services for Fannie B. Bailey, 95, were Feb. 6, 2018, at Reed’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Johnny Lollar officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. 








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