Methodist churches in Bruce and Calhoun City are both scheduled to receive new pastors in June.
Stephen Morgan, of Vardaman, is among 59 University of Mississippi students to receive a 2013 Taylor Medal, the university’s highest academic award. The outstanding students were recognized recently during the 70th annual Honors Convocation at the Gertrude C. Ford Center for the Performing Arts.
Rick Hegwood of Pittsboro is among the few not complaining about the cool, wet spring. It’s helped provide him with a bumper crop of artichokes.
Jesse Yancy Memorial Library in Bruce will celebrate Children’s Book Week with a host of activities beginning this weekend.
Louise Baskin’s home at first glance looks like the typical country house, sitting high on a hill surrounded by farm land and bright, colorful flowers. But the truth is, it’s very different. It was ordered from a catalog.
The Calhoun City Chamber of Commerce continued work for the May 25 Arts and Crafts Festival on the square during their monthly meeting Tuesday.
Plans are coming together for Bruce’s first Farmers’ Market on Thursday, May 23.
Bruce native Joy Foy, of Canton, was among a team from the Mississippi Development Authority who made presentations in Bruce, Calhoun City and Vardaman Tuesday offering support for local economic development efforts.
The Derma Board of Aldermen voted last week to look into tearing down the Church Hill Community Center building, but Grace Pearson, who operates a beauty salon in one end of the building, is hoping another option is settled on.