The 91st annual Calhoun County Fair is set for July 21-26.
Calhoun Academy has earned a new certification level that Headmaster Donald Pendergrast said opens new opportunities to the schools’ students.
Calhoun County Supervisors met last Thursday to hear budget requests from county department heads and to field some additional requests.
The Mississippi Department of Transportation has announced new weight limit restrictions on four Calhoun County bridges.
The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) has awarded the Three Rivers Solid Waste Management Authority a $59,000 waste tire grant to continue the local waste tire collection program for small quantity generators.
The Calhoun City Chamber is seeking volunteers willing to serve as hosts on the square each Wednesday during the weekly farmers’ market.
EXCEL will roast Judge Henry Lackey Saturday, July 19 at the Methodist Corner in Calhoun City at 6 p.m. as a fundraiser for the after-school tutoring program.
Work is expected to begin this fall on a $2 million addition to Calhoun Health Services (CHS) that will provide a new headquarters for the ambulance service, a larger physical therapy unit and office space for hospital administration.
One of the largest crowds in the history of the Bruce Sawmill Festival turned out on the square Friday night for lots of arts and crafts, food, games, and a concert by The Bouffants. The fun continues all day Saturday.
The Library will have a special Bruce Sawmill Festival Brown Bag Luncheon Friday, July 11 at noon.