The Bruce Rotary Youth Leader for April is Cara May.
Although Rose Harmon Turner Regis is not a native of Calhoun County, she has lived and worked here since 1979.
The Digital Media Program at the Career and Technical Center teaches students all from Calhoun City, Bruce and Vardaman.
The queen position is open to all junior and seniors girls from Bruce High School or Calhoun Academy who live in Bruce or the outskirts of Bruce.
Girls should wear Sunday attire. Candidates will be interviewed by out of town judges, and part of the interview will be questions about the town of Bruce.
There is no fee to enter. The queen will receive a scholarship. Applications are available at BHS and CA>
This year, a Sawmill Court will presented at the Festival for all girls who participate in the tea.
There are many students who have a talent, but not many can say they work on cars.
Bruce, Vardaman and Calhoun City will all provide opportunities to hunt Easter Eggs and meet the Easter Bunny during events over the next few days.
Dr. Joe Young is truly a native of all of Calhoun County. He was born in Bruce, attended school in Calhoun City, but the bulk of his county roots are in Vardaman, more specifically, Ellzey.
Vardaman and Bruce High Schools rank among the best in Mississippi, according to the 2015 Niche Rankings.
The Calhoun County School Board honored the district’s teachers of the year, district reading fair winners and discussed how the snow days would be made up at their regular monthly meeting Monday night.
First Baptist Church of Bruce is announcing a free literacy program (ARW: Adult Reading and Writing) to help adults learn to read or improve their reading skills.