County Supervisors joined representatives from the Calhoun City Board of Aldermen for a public hearing Monday morning in the courthouse in Pittsboro on a proposal to advertise for lease Calhoun Health Services. Following the 45 minute hearing, supervisors passed a resolution in favor of advertising for bids. Read more about the hearing in Wednesday's CCJ. Photo by Joel McNeece
Descendants of Private William C. Grizzle, Co. F (Sons of the South), 4th Regiment Mississippi Infantry, Second Brigade, Army of Mississippi met Saturday at Reasons Cemetery to dedicate a monument in his honor. Assisting in the ceremony were members of the Calhoun Avengers Camp #1969, Sons of Confederate Veterans; the Margery B. Rogers Clark Chapter #17, Order of the Confederate Rose; Co. G, 15th Miss. Infantry Honor Guard; Army of Tennessee Commander Larry McCluney and Mississippi Division Commander Louis Foley.
Members of the 2015 Homecoming Court at Itawamba Community College include from left, Taylor Mann of Nettleton, Tupelo Campus Freshman Maid; Anna-Claire Prather of Saltillo, Tupelo Campus Sophomore Maid; Aly Towery of Saltillo, Tupelo Campus Sophomore Maid; Elizabeth McCullar of Pontotoc, Fulton Campus Sophomore Maid; Taylor McNinch of Saltillo, Homecoming Queen; Ivy Robbins of Pontotoc, Fulton Campus Sophomore Maid; Tori Allen of Mooreville, Fulton Campus Freshman Maid; Torie Patton of Pittsboro, Fulton Campus Freshman Maid; and Serenity Hawkins of Saltillo, Tupelo Campus Freshman Maid. The court will be recognized during several activities on the Fulton Campus, Oct. 3, and presented during halftime of the ICC/Coahoma game, which begins at 3:30 p.m.