Bobby Hall

Bobby Ray Hall, 84, died October 15, 2016 at his residence, surrounded by his loved ones. He was born in Calhoun County June 21, 1932 to Robert Lee and Birdie Mae Lee Hall. He graduated from Bruce High School and served in the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict. He was a member of Westside Baptist Church in Bruce. He was a former employee of Kellwood Company of Oxford, where he worked over 28 years in the cutting department as a supervisor. After his work at Kellwood he worked for Con-Agri in Water Valley. He was a cattle farmer and avid outdoorsman but his greatest love was his family and friends. [Read more...]

Rams drop first region game to West Lowndes


Turnovers proved too costly for the Vardaman Rams, 6-3, as they suffered their first region defeat last Friday at the hands of West Lowndes 50-20.
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Calhoun City rolls to 50-8 win over rival Bruce


There was never any doubt in the Skuna River Rivalry Friday night as the Calhoun City Wildcats cruised to a 50-8 win over the Bruce Trojans.

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‘City wins big


bruce-cc-2016Calhoun City's defense dominated Friday night to earn the Wildcats' 11th consecutive victory over the Bruce Trojans, 50-8. See the game story in the sports section.

Bring a Bible


srr-bible-copyHannah Morris, Elizabeth Clanton, Sarah Owens, Kasey Camp show their Bibles on "Bring a Bible to School Day" at Bruce High School. Read the related story from the Skuna River Review in the news section.

Maxine Brasher

Ivy Maxine Bryant Brasher was born in Calhoun County on April 24, 2016 to Leonard and Vesta Ivy Bryant.  She passed away  September 8, 2016 at the age of 90 in Meadville,  in her home. [Read more...]

Government should invest in our national parks


There is no better reminder of why it’s great to be an American than the majesty, beauty, and richness of our history contained within our national parks. From Yosemite to the Grand Canyon, to Vicksburg National Military Park here in Mississippi, the story of America is made available for all to experience. This year our National Park Service marks its 100 year anniversary and we all should celebrate this national treasure.
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Running Men: Calhoun’s top rushers utilize power, speed, determination


Jessie Nabors likes to sweep around the outside with his blazing speed. Dion Johnson likes the tough yards up the middle. LeMarcus Echoles loves downhill running late in games and Andrew Haas relishes the adrenaline of the moment.
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CareFlight visits CCES


cces-helicopterCareFlight from North Mississippi Medical Center visited K4 students at Calhoun City Elementary School this morning.

Emergency appeal issued for O-negative blood


United Blood Services has issued an emergency appeal for O-negative blood type donors.  Reserves of O negative type blood are depleted to a less than one day supply on the shelves.  [Read more...]