Calhoun youth earn United States Congressional Award

4-H Congressional Award Winners

Nine Calhoun County 4-H youth and alumni were recently awarded the United States Congressional Award April 17.
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‘We All Need Trees’ CSWD Poster Contest

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CSWD Calhoun CityCalhoun County Soil & Water Conservation District held a 5th grade poster contest with the theme ‘WE ALL NEED TREES.’ From Calhoun City–Lacy Lee, Honorable Mention; Harlyn Jennings, Class Winner; Cole Laster, Honorable Mention; Deliah Maldonado, District Winner Chrisshun Armstrong; and Chloe Wright, Honorable Mention.

CSWD Bruce WinnersBruce  - Carmen Rosenthall, Class Winner; Lillian Baker, Honorable Mention; Dakota Willis, School Winner

CSWD Calhoun AcademyCalhoun Academy Winners– Layla Bramlitt, Class Winner;  Addie Hollis, School Winner

CSWD Poster VardamanVardaman  – Jaheim Avant, Honorable Mention; Cesar Martinez, Class Winner; Julianna Bennett, School Winner

Calhoun Academy golfer advances to North Half

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Calhoun Academy Golf Team members are Todd Harrell and Forest Shoemaker.

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Best college baseball season in Mississippi history?

Rick Cleveland

The question was asked this past weekend: Is this the best college baseball season in Mississippi history?
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Vicky Ruth

Vicky Lynn Campbell Ruth, 58, seamstress, of Greenville, died in the early morning hours Sunday, April 24, 2016.

She was born March 24, 1958 in Bruce, the daughter of Jewell Wayne Campbell and Helen Gregory Campbell. She has lived in Greenville for over 30 years and was employed by The Country Gentleman Clothing Store. She is a former member of Southside Baptist Church. [Read more...]

Bob Cooper

Robert Sherman “Bob” Cooper, 63, of Bruce, died Tuesday, April 26, 2016, at North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo. Born August 5, 1952 in Memphis, he was the son of the late William Albert Cooper and the late Robbie Ray Yancy Cooper Easley. He was the husband of Linda Collums Cooper, who died May 25, 2014. [Read more...]

Memorial Butterfly Garden started at BUES

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bues31The 20th Century Club of Bruce joined with students, teachers and administrators at Bruce Upper Elementary School recently to break ground on a new memorial butterfly garden. The large area will provide a natural habitat for endangered butterflies while also serving as a place of study for BUES science classes and a memorial garden honoring too many students lost in recent years.

Huffman’s 1-hitter carries Lady Rams to 1-0 series lead against Biggersville

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The Vardaman Lady Rams opened their second round playoff series with Biggersville and won a pitchers' duel on the arm of Sydney Huffman.

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School board votes for co-salutatorians at CCHS this year

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Calhoun County School Board voted 3-2 to have co-salutatorians for Calhoun City High School's graduating class this year.
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Baseball is the worst, and best

Joel McNeece

“The impossible is possible. The unbelievable is believable.” Those were the words of my favorite baseball announcer, the late, great Harry Caray speaking about the game he loved most.
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