Carrie Garvin’s house stands out on South Madison Street in Calhoun City, but then it would stand out on any street.
Recently, students from all walks of the county came together to volunteer and serve the Calhoun Economic Development Association at their annual banquet January 22.
CCHS will hold its annual beauty review February 9 in the CCHS auditorium at 6 p.m. Both the CCMS and CCHS reviews will be held that night.
Randy Kelley, executive director of Three Rivers Planning and Development, said young people in Calhoun County have an “incredible opportunity for success” due to a program county leaders put in place for them.
Calhoun County School Board took no action on a request to overturn the banning of a Calhoun City woman to attend CCHS sponsored events.
Calhoun County had one new qualifier for 2015 elections over the past week creating another contested race on the ballot.
Mounce Supermarket in Vardaman will begin Friday offering many of the same services as the post office.
The Bruce Chamber of Commerce announced a new president and vice-president at their meeting Monday at Jeffery’s on the Bruce Square.
Kajah Coleman, a freshman from Calhoun City, Miss., was named the recipient of the Joey Embry Memorial Scholarship at the University of Mississippi.
More than 150 people filled the Bruce Museum Thursday night to honor local economic development efforts, salute volunteerism, hear an informative speech and experience the Blues at the annual CEDA Banquet.