The Vardaman board of aldermen approved a two mil tax increase Monday night and agreed to put stipulations on an effort to establish a certified label for Vardaman sweet potatoes.
Calhoun City Chamber President Laura Edwards told the organization one of the 10-foot benches has been placed on the Calhoun City square and plans are to add seven more in the coming months. The benches are being made by the students at the Career and Technical Center.
A house trailer on McAlpine Street in Bruce last occupied by the late Ruby Evans was destroyed by fire around 1:30 a.m. this morning.
Incumbent Whit Casey will be re-elected without opposition as the district five representative on the Calhoun County School Board.
The Bruce Rotary Youth Leader for September is Lasherica Thornton.
C Spire, a diversified telecommunications and technology services company and the nation’s largest privately held wireless communications company, has
named Gregg Logan its Chief Technology Officer.
Cameron Douglas loves to fire up the crowd, entertain and can apparently withstand really high temperatures.
The Bruce board of aldermen approved their 2015 budget with a slightly smaller deficit than originally proposed at a recessed meeting Thursday night.
A Vardaman man was charged with bootlegging after a tip was called in to the Sheriff’s Dept.
Bruce Mayor Rudy Pope vetoed the raise that aldermen voted for themselves in a budget meeting a couple of weeks ago and the board agreed to lease land in the park to BHS for baseball purposes last night.