Mindy Byrd always dreamed of becoming a nurse while growing up in Bruce and today she works her dream job as a nurse practitioner in Jackson.
The boil water notice for the city of Bruce has now been lifted, according to officials at Bruce City Hall Friday at 11 a.m.
The Bruce Chamber of Commerce honored Paula Jeffery, Jo Ann Denley and Pontotoc Electric Power Association (PEPA) with their highest honors at Monday’s chamber banquet.
During spring break, Sr. Judy Sinnwell represented Excel as a member of a panel at the McLean Institute (University of Mississippi) held at the Gulf South Summit in Little Rock, AR.
Despite retiring in May, Kim Gregory, of Bruce, has never stopped working to better herself as a teacher. This commitment, coupled with her dedication to her students, earned her the title of Lafayette County School District’s Teacher of the Year.
Calhoun City Chamber of Commerce will host its sixth annual “Spring Fling” Thursday, March 19 from 5-7 p.m. at the Methodist Corner on the Calhoun City Square.
Hiring of new personnel dominated Friday’s meeting of the board of supervisors in Pittsboro.
Join us at Jesse Yancy Memorial Library in Bruce on Tuesday, Mar. 17 at Noon for a Brown Bag Luncheon with guest author, Merle Temple.
After twice being forced to postpone due to snow and ice, the Bruce Chamber of Commerce will try once more to hold their annual banquet at the Bruce Forestry Museum on Monday, March 16 starting at 6:30 p.m.
Calhoun County has been awarded $7,291 in federal funds under the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program.