Calhoun Countians were among those enjoying the big Ole Miss and Mississippi State wins on Saturday. See more pictures here.
Tickets go on sale Oct. 1 for Itawamba Community College’s dinner theatre, “Getting Sarah Married.” The romantic comedy by Sam Bobrick will be staged Nov. 18-21 in the David C. Cole Student Services building at the Fulton Campus. Dinner will be served at 6 p.m., and the production will follow. The cast includes Mary Chandler Izard of Fulton (Sara), Noah Sipes of Ecru (Brandon), Daniqua Stephens of Vardaman, right, (Aunt Martha), Jordan Wade of Caledonia (Heather) and Austin Oswalt of New Hope (Noogie). Jessi Stevenson of Saltillo, public speaking instructor, is the director. Tickets, which are $15, will be available in the ICC Fulton Campus Bookstore. Reservations may be made in person or by calling (662) 862-8205. Limited seating is available each night.
Glenda Aron and her daughter Jerlynn Spratlin opened a new antique mall on the Bruce Square last week next to Pizza Palace. The business hosts booths for vendors from all over the area and is open Wednesday-Saturday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Pictured above at last week’s grand opening are, from left, Kay Allison, Glenda Aron and Melba Bishop.