Water line extending west from Pittsboro costly for town

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Charles Mahan estimated the cost of the new waterline heading west of Pittsboro could total as much as $20,000.
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Chad King named delegate, county Republican caucus

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Republican Precinct caucuses and the County Convention was held Courthouse on Saturday April 23 in Pittsboro with the largest turnout in history.
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Hill hired as new purchasing clerk; plan presented to upgrade Pittsboro park

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Calhoun County Supervisors hired Jenny Hill, of Calhoun City, as the county’s next purchasing clerk Monday morning.
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Friday storms topple trees, damage homes around county

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Strong winds, thunderstorms and a possible tornado left a lot of damage in its wake as it moved through Calhoun County Friday afternoon.

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A series of Caterpillar plant closures expected to impact Oxford facility

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The Caterpillar plant in Oxford is among a number of plants the company is expected to close around the country within the next year.

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Calhoun youth earn United States Congressional Award

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Nine Calhoun County 4-H youth and alumni were recently awarded the United States Congressional Award April 17.
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School board votes for co-salutatorians at CCHS this year

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Calhoun County School Board voted 3-2 to have co-salutatorians for Calhoun City High School's graduating class this year.
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Assistant District Attorney Lon Stallings set to retire in May

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Lon Stallings didn’t intend to enter the law profession initially. He graduated from Mississippi State University with an accounting degree.
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Calhoun County’s Mark Hendrix promoted to captain with MDOT

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Mark Hendrix, of Vardaman, was recently promoted to Captain in the Batesville Enforcement District.

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Memorial butterfly garden underway at BUES

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Frances Brown and Niki Necaise broke ground with shovels last Friday for a project aiming to impact the environment and Bruce Upper Elementary students.
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