Today's Top Stories

It took a year to write the songs and polish the act to public performance, but we did it.

WALTHALL —A new retail establishment will be opening soon in the county seat and a Eupora native helped bring the project to fruition.

The Choctaw County School District continues to work on its summer projects during June, including the ongoing demolition and construction work at the old Jr. High building located on the Weir Elementary School campus.

Snakeman (Terry Vandeventer) presented (as usual!) a thrilling educational program on snakes to children at the Winston County Library last Tuesday, as part of the Summer Library Program.  A few lucky volunteers were chosen to hold up a 7-foot...

Taylor Machine Works, Inc. (TMW), is excited to announce another robust truck addition to their already impressive product line with the Global Truck or GT Series. For over 90 years Taylor has been responding to their customers’ needs.

After 42 years of service Richard Greene is stepping down from his position as Executive Director of the Mid-Mississippi Regional Library System.

Letters to the Editor

Voter turnout
I have thought about this for several days now and after finding out that only 15% of the qualified voters of Winston County turned out to vote on June 5, 2018, I felt the need to share the following story of my family.

Extension Office to offer summer adult and youth programs/workshops


The Choctaw County Extension Office will host various Summer Adult and Youth Programs/Workshops in the month of June.
Garden Pests
A program regarding Garden Pests (interactive video) will be June 28 at 12 noon. There will be no charge and no registration required.
Canning Workshops

Choctaw County little league team wins Dizzy Dean state championship; recognize 2012 state championship


During the opening day of the Tom Glasgow Park in Ackerman, the Choctaw County’s Summer Baseball Program was honored to recognize the 13-year old 2017 Choctaw County baseball team that won the Dizzy Dean State Championship at Horn Lake.