All three county softball teams closed the week on a high note with victories.
The Vardaman Rams earned a big region win while Bruce and Calhoun City both dropped games Friday night.
“I awoke last night to sound of thunder. How far off, I sat and wondered. Started humming a tune from 1962…”—Quoted material by Bob Seeger
I don’t pay attention anymore to things like equinoxes and solstices or their corresponding dates on calendars, because here in the Mississippi Delta, once rather accurately described as “the most southern place on Earth,” it seems more and more as if we only have two seasons now.
Coffeeville/Calhoun Upward Bound Program recently assisted the City Hall Personnel in Vardaman with clean up and reorganization of the area inside and around the downtown location and their move into their new location. Dr. Tilda Neal is director of the group.Academic advisors are Joy Armstrong and Joni Harrell. The Coffeeville/Calhoun Upward Bound Program will be participating in a Fundraiser at McAlisters in Grenada on March 2 from 5-9 p.m. For more information, call the Upward Bound Office, (662) 675-8941.
Spencer Hill is living his dream. The Vardaman native grew up loving everything about Ole Miss. Today, he serves as equipment manager for nine Rebel sports and oversees daily operations at the Tuohy Basketball Center.
The Easter Sunrise Service at Turkey Creek Baptist Church each year is a little different than most. They hold it in the graveyard of the more than 165 year old church.
Charles Wayne Patterson, 68, of Union, died Sunday, Mar. 19, 2017 at Hilltop Manor Nursing Home. His hobbies were going to church and attending all church activities and gospel singings. He loved his church family and his pastor, Bro. Sam Fulton. He also loved his hospice workers and the staff at Hilltop Manor Nursing Home. [Read more...]
STARKVILLE – For all of the questionable, quirky, and downright bizarre actions and utterances of our newly-minted President of the United States, Donald Trump appears to have done yeoman’s work in selecting a wise, deliberate, and qualified nominee to succeed the late Justice Antonin Scalia on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Calhoun Academy students recently hosted a dog food drive at grocery stores around the county for the Dog Lovers League in Bruce. They collected 10 bags of food, some canned food and raised $370. Among the students participating were front, from left, Cayley Denton, CJ Bowling; back, Cameron Hughes, Preston Bailey, Katelyn Eubanks, Andrew Haas, Grayce Baker, Drew Enochs, Sara Faye Washington, Hanna Tedder, Anna Marie Langston, Presley Easley, Tate Porter, and Amber Farmer.