Personal Care Attendant Openings

The Golden Triangle Planning & Development District is looking for dependable and trustworthy persons to fill immediate openings for part-time Personal Care Attendant in the following counties: Clay, Lowndes, Oktibbeha, Webster, and Winston.  Positions have scheduling available 7 days per week.  Qualified applicants must have a valid Mississippi Driver’s License, reliable transportation, and be able to pass background check.  Please contact the PCA Department at 662-324-4650 for more information.  Applications are accepted 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM Monday – Friday at 301 CC Clark Rd in Starkvil

Wood College

Wood College and the some of the surrounding land is currently for sale.  A once in a Lifetime Opportunity to own a piece of history and turn it into a business of your own!! This campus is unbelievable. You could not even attempt to build these type of buildings for this value. Some of the buildings are currently being used for 911, a gym, gymnastics and weddings. It was last used by East Webster school after the 2012 Tornado for approximately 2.5 years. Documents showing improvements completed during that period can be provided.

Commodity Supplemental Food Program Applications

Oktibbeha County Commodity Supplemental Food Program Application
Lowndes County Commodity Supplemental Food Program Application

The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) was established to provide nutritious commodities to help State and local agencies supplement food resources of the low-income elderly. Through local agencies, each participant receives a monthly package of commodities, based on food package guide rates developed by the United States Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Services (FNS). Food packages include such nutritious foods as milk, cereal, juices, canned fruits and vegetables, canned meat and other non-meat protein items, and grain products such as pasta or rice.

Commodity Supplemental Food Program

The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) works to improve the health of low-income senior adults age 60 years and over by supplementing their diets with nutritious USDA foods. The CSFP program is administered through the Food and Nutrition Service of the USDA.

An Eventful Day for the Golden Triangle Planning and Development District

The Golden Triangle Planning and Development District hosted Coffee with a Cop this morning.  We had a great turnout, and enjoyed meeting and getting to know our local law enforcement officers.  We also had a bittersweet afternoon celebrating loan officer Jimmy Cole’s retirement after 22 years of service to the PDD.  We had over 150 well-wishers, current and former colleagues attend a party in his honor.  

United Way Provides Fans For Seniors

Mr. Johnson receiving fans from Lowes

We appreciate the opportunity to partner with the United Way of North Central Mississippi to distribute fans in the counties of Winston, Webster, Choctaw and Oktibbeha.

Baby Boomer and Senior EXPO

Byron's Fresh Start

Byron with Rudy Johnson, Monica Cummings, and Mitzi Lawrence

Every now and then a person passes through life who makes you a better person.


Long-Term Land Use Plan Intended to Help County Recover from Job Losses Associated with April Tornado WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Economic Development Administration (EDA) has awarded a $100,000 grant to support the development of a comprehensive land use plan to help tornado-damaged Louisville and Winston County build its economic base, U.S.

Brittany Johnson PCS, Mrs. Inez Fulce, and Shirley Jones PCS
Fannie Mays PCS and Mrs. Sadie Williams
Mitzi Phelps R.N, Mrs. Rhonda Levasque, and Stephanie Cannon L.S.W.
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