Fox may be sentenced today in Oxford

Ernest Fox

Supervisor Ernest Fox may be sentenced today (Wednesday, Oct. 26) at the federal courthouse in Oxford. Documents filed in U.S. District Court last week set a sentencing date for today at 10:30 a.m. in Courtroom One in Oxford.

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Elementary students say ‘yes’ to fresh fruits, vegetables


Brussels sprouts, kale, pineapples, cucumbers – Calhoun County elementary students are eating them and actually enjoying them.
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School district drops to ‘C’ in new accountability model

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Calhoun County schools saw their letter grade rating drop overall in the new set of accountability data released last week by the Mississippi Department of Education, but local officials also saw lots of positives they believe can impact the district’s performance going forward.
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Sardis man arrested for thefts of 4-wheelers

Chris Todd

A Sardis man who is a native of Calhoun has been charged with two counts of grand larceny in the thefts of several 4-wheelers in the area.
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Bruce, Calhoun City host fall festivals Thursday


Bruce and Calhoun City will hostfall festivals this Thursday night beginning at 5 p.m. with games, trunk-or-treat and much more.
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Hubbard is first qualifier for Bruce alderman special election

Election Vote

Jimmy Hubbard was the first qualifier in the Nov. 15 special election for ward three alderman in Bruce.
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Circuit clerk’s office open Saturday for absentee voting


The circuit clerk’s office in Pittsboro will be open the next two Saturdays, Oct. 29 and Nov. 5, for absentee voting.
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Two killed in head-on crash on Hwy. 341


Two people died as a result of a Thursday night two-car crash on Hwy. 341 north of Vardaman.

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Students assisting with Ole Miss “Farm-to-Youth” program in local schools


Rebecca King’s third block Resource Management Class helped organize  the bags for the nutrition program at Bruce Elementary.

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Art students make projects for Breast Cancer Awareness


Amanda Gulledge’s classes have created art for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Students in her first, second, and third block classes all made their own form of art.
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