Calhoun County Supervisors opened bids Monday morning for a bridge repair and to pave up to a mile of the Big Creek Road. The low bid on the paving of CR 306 was over a quarter of a million dollars. Read the related story in the news section. Photo by Joel McNeece
The high school sports year is down to only golf, track and spring football. Golf and track will conclude with state championships this week. Spring football concludes next week with spring games. Coach Perry Liles is pictured giving instructions to his Calhoun City defense during practice. Photo by Joel McNeece
Bruce First Baptist Creative Learning Center graduation is Sunday, May 3 at 6 p.m. Front, l to r, Lisa Hill, teacher; Enoch Warren Griffin, Jake Garrett Dunn, Rileigh Kate Tutor; back , Jack McCoy Alderman, Brock Alexander Gregory, Joseph Cole Sullivan, Jaxson Lane Stacy, Lawson Carter Suber and McCayla Lynn Prince. Photo by Othel Anding
Calhoun Academy students will perform the play Harmony High April 30 at 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Admission is $2. The play is about a school where singing is the way to learn. Playing the roles of teachers and staff are, from left, front, Lily Clark, Madison Eubanks, Lexie Bollinger, Bo Garrett Howell; middle, Brittney Macon, Adrienne Myers, Hayden Todd, John Grayson Leachman, George Tedder; back, Zeke Easton and Cole Baker.
Bro. Dwight Brown, Macedonia Baptist pastor and president of Woodmen of the World, was one of the participants in the American Legion Northern Area Spring Conference held at Post 50 in Calhoun City recently. Bro. Brown presented flags to all Veterans at the event. He also made a presentation from Woodmen of the World for $275 to send a girl to Girls’ State and $275 to send a boy to Boys’ State.