Jonathon Edward West, 43, of Calhoun City, died April 10, 2014 at Baptist Memorial Hospital-NM in Oxford. He was born April 9, 1971 in Oxford, the son of Larry West and Prentice Ann Easley West. He was a truck driver for Hardin Brothers and a member of the Vardaman First Baptist Church. [Read more...]
Thursday was a tough night on diamond for Calhoun County with only one win recorded by county teams and that coming at the expense of another.
The Pittsboro board of aldermen continued their debate this week over a new fire truck for the town including a debate as to whether a new truck should be purchased at all.
Northwest Mississippi Community College standout sophomore shortstop and All-American hopeful Jay King gave his commitment to assistant coach Cliff Godwin and Ole Miss over the phone on Tuesday, choosing the Rebels over interest from both Southern Mississippi and Mississippi State.
Determined – that sums up Myra Bryant of Pittsboro and how she has won numerous battles with cancer spanning more than 50 years.
This was last September. Jim Kelly, the Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback, was in Jackson to speak at the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame’s Kent Hull Tribute Banquet. We were eating dinner at the head table in front of about 400 folks. Suddenly in mid-conversation, Jim winced, then leaned over and whispered, “I’m going to need a little help here.”
V. Farmer, of Calhoun City signed a basketball scholarship with Northeast Community College Tuesday in a ceremony at the CCHS library.
The Calhoun City Lady Wildcats won their third consecutive powerlifting state championship last week in Jackson.