Absentee voting is now underway at the Calhoun County Circuit Clerk’s office for the May 12 special election for the open congressional seat in north Mississippi.
Anyone in Calhoun County needing to dispose of old paint, aerosols, cleaning liquids, car batteries and other hazardous materials can do so Saturday, April 11 in Oxford.
Mark Davis began playing trumpet in the fifth grade under another Calhoun County musician, Sherill Bailey. By sixth grade he was marching with the high school band and playing his trumpet at Friday night Trojan football games. By graduation he had successfully learned to play several of the brass band instruments quite well, including the baritone and the tuba.
BHS band went to competition Thursday, Mar. 19. The band goes to competition all throughout the year, but preparation is different for the different band “seasons.”
Three members of the Calhoun City Rotary Club traveled to Choluteca, Honduras in February to participate in a Dental Vocational Training Team, sponsored jointly by the Calhoun City club and the Madison, Alabama Rotary Club. Both clubs were aided by district grants furnished by districts 6800 and 6860.
More than $27,000 in equipment and a Calhoun County School Bus were delivered to the Calhoun City Fire Department Monday to soon be converted into the county’s first AmbuBus.
The town of Pittsboro is seeking input from the public at their April 7 board meeting about the potential of the county seat becoming smoke-free.
After spending much of last week trying to fix a major water leak that prompted a boil water notice, the bad luck continued for City of Bruce employees Monday morning when they arrived to City Hall to discover it had been flooded.
No one was injured Monday night when a car crashed into the Bruce Piggly Wiggly, knocking out one of the front windows.