Willie Mays finds his calling in the kitchen


Willie Mays dreams of one day owning his own restaurant and cooking foods from various cultures from all over the world.
The 1995 Bruce graduate took a step toward that recently when he graduated from  culinary school.
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Major General Fox Conner will be honored at Jan. 27 CCHS event, new biography released


Calhoun City High School Principal Mike Ray is inviting the public to honor one of Mississippi’s most noted sons, Major General Fox Conner, on Friday, Jan. 27 at 10 a.m. in the school auditorium.
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Reynolds to graduate from UM law school, achieve life goal


Adreain Reynolds of Bruce will graduate from law school at Ole Miss this May.
“I never thought I’d get here, and now I can’t believe I’m here!”
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Sarah Baker shares tales from her search for missing dog


Sarah Baker, of Bruce, has turned a five-week adventure filled with ups and downs into a new book entitled “Catching Gracie.”
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It’s not about the money, but the honey


It’s not about the money for Pete Vaughn, but the honey. The Bruce resident harvests almost 200 pounds of honey from his two backyard hives that he set up two years ago.
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What I’m thankful for…

Thanksgiving Blessings

Bruce Elementary students express what they're thankful for on this Thanksgiving holiday in their own words.

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Bruce Elementary students tell how they would cook a Thanksgiving Turkey


Bruce Elementary third graders took a moment before leaving school to write out detailed instructions on how to cook your Thanksgiving Turkey.

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Calvin & April Johnson reminisce of their life with Arabian horses


Calvin Johnson, of Bruce, knows horses, Arabians to be exact, like few others. It’s a gift he was born with, not something you go and acquire.
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Life in Alaska – ‘City native Clemons shares stories of wild weather, fun


Cheslin Clemons Astorino said life in Alaska has been quite the adjustment for a Southern girl with the extreme weather, deadly animals and everything in-between.
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Ralph Horton – pastor, constable, veteran


Ralph Horton is no stranger to wearing a uniform having worked most of his life as a professional soldier. The 22-year veteran is now retired from the Army, but still wears a uniform most every day as he is in his first term as constable in Yalobusha County, where he is the first ever African American elected to the position.
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