Calhoun County Journal Publisher Joel McNeece was re-elected for another term on the Board of Directors of the Mississippi Press Association during the Tri-State Press Convention in Tunica June 24.
Mitzi Parker Aron of Bruce began making divinity while in high school and still makes it today, saying it’s her favorite. She’s only flopped it a few times and it usually turns out good–rain, sleet, or whatever. She has one son and daughter and two granddaughters that can also make divinity–Jason, Jileene, Jamie and Jensyn.
By JOEL McNEECE
The 2010 Calhoun County Fair has a new time and several other changes as part of an effort to make it one of the best events in Northeast Mississippi.
New York City AIDS Activist, Victor Mooney, recently got another partner to help bring attention towards HIV/AIDS in America and Africa – Caviness Woodworking in Calhoun City.
Larry Hardy feels right at home making the rounds at the Davis Lake campground in Houlka in his golf cart, meeting and greeting all the campers.
Its endless curves, breath-taking views, long, dark tunnels and relatively cool temperatures made the Blue Ridge Parkway one of the best motorcycle rides I’ve enjoyed.
By JOEL McNEECE
After three years of leading the Calhoun City Lady Wildcats’ basketball program, Bruce Coffey is leaving to pursue a teaching opportunity in Memphis.
Powerlifters from Bruce, Pontotoc and Starkville brought home carloads of Gold Medals from the State Games of Mississippi Powerlifting competition on June 19. The competition was held at Jeff Anderson Memorial Hospital Fitness Center in Meridian. Athletes from 12-77 years old competed in the event.