Calhoun County Schools, Calhoun Academy and the courthouse are among the places closed today due to last night’s wintry weather creating slippery road conditions this morning.
The latest forecast calls for a wintry mix tonight that could make roads impassable Tuesday morning. Local school officials say they will wait until 6 a.m. to decide if schools will be open.
“The third time’s the charm” is a phrase lost on Mikayla Shelton. For her, the magic number is five.
The extreme winter weather conditions in January resulted in record energy usage that will ultimately impact end-use power consumers through higher — perhaps significantly higher — power bills in February and March.
Retired Mississippi Supreme Court Presiding Justice George C. Carlson Jr. of Batesville will be the guest speaker at the Third Circuit Drug Court graduation ceremony scheduled for 2 p.m. Feb. 11 at the Lafayette County Courthouse in Oxford. The ceremony will be in the main courtroom.
Mississippi’s Alligator Program Coordinator will give a program on alligators in the state at the upcoming Calhoun County Wildlife Tasting Buffet dinner Monday, Feb. 10 at 6:30 p.m.
Douglas Bryant can often be found at the Calhoun City Library sitting quietly at a computer reading about how to pasteurize milk, how to dig a well by hand or techniques to maximize yields of various crops in tropical climates.
Join us for toddler story time Saturday, Feb. 8 from 10:20 a.m.-10:40 a.m.We’ll have music, stories, and snacks.
The Calhoun City Board of Aldermen discussed paving streets and fixing potholes at their meeting last night.
The Bruce Board of Aldermen is studying two proposals from Tuesday night – one to possibly expand the city limits through annexation and another to establish a “no-kill” animal shelter in Bruce.