Approximately 25 Calhoun City High School math students will be bussed to Bruce and Vardaman to allow them to take advanced math courses.
The Pittsboro board of aldermen approved a new addition to the fire department and agreed to opt out of the state building codes law at a brief meeting this week.
Mike Moore, Superintendent of the Calhoun County School District, was recently elected by his fellow Superintendents to serve on the Board of Directors for the Mississippi Association of School Superintendents for a two year term through July 2016.
U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran “accepted” his party’s nomination, and Travis Childers argued that he’s the better choice this November during their speeches at last week’s Neshoba County Fair.
Staff members from the Gentiva Home Health office will be blanketing the community and region throughout August, distributing food collection bags and gathering donations for Calhoun Baptist Association as part of the company’s 10th Annual Food Drive.
The Bruce board of aldermen hired a new water department supervisor and agreed to terms on property for the Dog Lovers’ League kennels in a lengthy meeting Tuesday night.
Vardaman board of aldermen granted a tax exemption to Furniture Wood, agreed to buy a safety net for the Sportsplex and raised the town’s millage at the regular meeting of the board last night.
Derma board of aldermen agreed to apply for a grant for a couple of new police cars and to seize property that has taxes owed on them for more than three years.
Lee Burns was named interim supervisor of the Public Works Department at the meeting of the Calhoun City Board last night. Already an employee of the city, he succeeds Perry Goodson, who retired. His position will become salaried.