Calhoun City High School recently elected new officers for the student council. Pictured, from left, Asia Herrod (Reporter), Chelsea Vance (Chaplain), Kajah Coleman (President), Steele Liles (Vice-President), and Matara Balford (Secretary/Treasurer).
Calhoun Academy high school cheerleaders gave free tatoos to students recently who brought in a can of food. This food was collected to give to a local food pantry. Pictured, from left, Courtney Hill, Karrigan Shankle, Hunter Robertson, Casey Moss, Catherine Storment, Taylor Steffens, Regan Hubbard, Kayla Pruitt, Darby Caviness, Carley Baker, Lindsey Hubbard, Shannon Stone, Jocie Ellett, and Maria Inman. Not pictured is Keely Wagner.
Calhoun City’s newest store, Trade to Treasures, held their grand opening/ribbon cutting recently. From left are owners Carmon Miller of Calhoun City, Kacie Horton of Pontotoc and Whitney White of Calhoun?City. The store sells pottery, art, jewelry, children’s clothing and more made by area artists. Trade to Treasure is west off the Calhoun City square behind the Mexican restaurant. Photo by Lisa McNeece
Calhoun City defeated Okolona 26-25 Friday night in a back-and-forth thrilling ball game to earn the Region 4-2A title. Travone Petty scored the winning touchdown with just over one minute to play when he hauled in a deflected pass and raced 46 yards for the touchdown. Pictured is Kemon Hall dodging an Okolona tackle after a reception. Read more below in sports. Photo by Joel McNeece
October Scholarship Recognition Ceremony at NWCC in Senatobia recently included local students, from left, Jay King and Warner Jones, recipients of the Bert Johnson Scholarship. Also pictured is Joan Jones, Warner’s grandmother and a pupil of Mrs. Johnson’s at BHS, and Charlie Johnson, Bert Johnson’s son.