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The Louisville Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying the three individuals.

Small-business owners and entrepreneurs can participate in an upcoming workshop to help them establish, develop and grow their businesses.

A woman from Winston County has been missing since the first week of November.
Desiree Eaves, 41, was last seen near the Winston and Neshoba County line on November 6.

A community Thanksgiving Luncheon is held each year on Thanksgiving Day at South Louisville Baptist Church Family Life Center with the whole community coming together to volunteer and help those in need.

Thomas Whitten of the Natchez Trace Electric Power Association installs new Christmas decorations along North Dunn Street in downtown Eupora. He was setting them up Monday with assistance from Averill Gladney.

Choctaw County District 3 Supervisor Chris McIntire met with Transportation Commissioner Mike Tagert, on Tuesday, November 20 to discuss solutions to the traffic accident problem at the intersection of the Natchez Trace and Hwy. 413.


Sensory Garden Groundbreaking held at Nursing Center

By BY MIKE ROBERTSON CHOCTAW PLAINDEALER,

On Monday morning, November 5 a groundbreaking ceremony for a sensory garden was held at the Choctaw Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, in Ackerman. Construction on the garden, which is being funded through donation and grants, is to begin within the next few weeks and weather permitting will be completed sometime in January.



Program aspires to build stronger communities

By BY GLENN MCCULLOUGH JR. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR MISSISSIPPI DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY,

The Mississippi Development Authority’s Aspire Mississippi program is based on the belief that local leaders working together take action to improve their community. This creates an environment that reduces risk and attracts private capital investment, which creates new job opportunities that give Mississippians a promising career path.







Commemorative Book available to Vietnam Vets

By BY MIKE ROBERTSON CHOCTAW PLAINDEALER,

It has been 50 years since the official entry of the United States into the Vietnam War. It came at a time of great societal upheaval and unrest, and was therefore a very ‘unpopular’ war. Returning veterans were not treated with the respect and decorum afforded veterans of World War I, World War II and the Korean War.





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