JACKSON – Let’s get one thing straight. Problems that engulfed Singing River Health System are by no means indigenous to Jackson County.
Silent, solemn, uncertain – those were the words used by school leaders all around Calhoun County describing their students upon returning to school Monday, mourning the loss of two well-known students and the several others injured in a violent car accident Saturday night.
The Bruce board agreed Tuesday night to have an engineer look at some washout places on North Newberger and Johnson streets to see how they can be repaired.
Juston Robertson was approved as a full-time police officer at Calhoun City by the board of aldermen at their meeting Tuesday. Robertson’s employment will be effective March 4. He is replacing Josh Hughes, who resigned.
The Vardaman board of aldermen added new members to the Sportsplex board and discussed various sports held there during their meeting Tuesday night.
Derma board of aldermen adopted a hazard mitigation plan and approved training for employees at their regular meeting last night.
The Pittsboro mayor and board of aldermen worked on finalizing a $220,000 loan to buy a new fire truck on state contract price at their meeting Tuesday night.
“Sorrow makes us all children again — destroys all differences of intellect. The wisest know nothing.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
The snow we got last Wednesday in Calhoun county was, without question, the most I’ve ever seen here at one time, and the most beautiful.
The House that freshman state Rep. Tim Ford joined in 1980 was one ruled by an all-powerful speaker who took care of his friends, ignored his enemies and marginalized the relatively small number of African American lawmakers – a group that had grown from four to 17 in the election that brought Ford to the Legislature.