The board of supervisors authorized Sheriff Greg Pollan to seek quotes for the construction of a new evidence room at the sheriff’s office in Pittsboro.
The Calhoun City Public Library invites the public to enjoy a fun-filled evening of Wacky Science at the First Baptist C.A.R.E. Center located across the street from FBC at 213 Taylor Street in Calhoun City.
The “Boom” July 4th parade in Bruce in memory of Linda Cooper. Photos by Joel McNeece/Calhoun County Journal ©
Summer fun continues at Jesse Yancy Memorial Library in Bruce! On Monday, July 7, MDOT will present“Think Green, Keep Mississippi Clean” with Myrtle the Turtle.
Bruce will celebrate the Fourth of July this Friday with a parade to the square, followed by live music, jumpers for kids, hamburger plates and a fireworks show.
Members of the 858th Engineer Company (Horizontal), headquartered in Calhoun City, returned to Mississippi from service in Afghanistan early this morning around 2 a.m. at the Tupelo Regional Airport.
Bruce Mayor Rudy Pope told the board of aldermen at Tuesday night’s meeting the city has been approved for a $200,000 grant to install a turn lane for Weyerhaeuser along Hwy. 9.
Calhoun City Mayor J. R. Denton asked each alderman at their regular meeting last night to check the streets in their wards that have large potholes and report back to him so they can try to repair them. Improvement of the streets has been an ongoing project with the board for the last few months.
Derma board of aldermen awarded contracts for water and sewer and fluoridation at their regular meeting last night.
Vardaman board of aldermen voted to table all old business until next month due to the absence of aldermen Jeff Clements and Jeff Hamtilon.