Aron’s familiarity with BUES an asset as its new principal

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Julia Aron, the new principal at Bruce Upper Elementary (BUES), has a unique familiarity with the school.
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‘City board talks sales tax, how to address blighted properties in town

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The Calhoun City mayor and board of aldermen met Tuesday for a budget  work session in which they discussed improving local sales tax revenue and appearances around town.
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Paul Morris has served Parker Baptist for 10 years

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Paul Morris isn’t afraid to “get on people’s toes,” when he preaches.
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Bone found near location of Calhoun City skull

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Calhoun County Sheriff Greg Pollan said he had no idea if a bone found in Calhoun City last week was related to the skull that was found in early May.
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School Supply Lists

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School Supply Lists for all Calhoun County Schools

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Calhoun City Library microfilms now available at Murphree house

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The Calhoun County Historical and Genealogical Society recently acquired more than 60 microfilms of local Census data, Monitor Herald newspapers and other genealogical information which it is making available to the public at the Murphree House in Pittsboro.
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Bruce’s Odom among students to earn crane certification

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Eight students from Northeast Mississippi Community College have received vital information about their mission as it pertains to their selected careers and were certified by the Crane Institute of America (CIA).
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Boy hit by car at county fair

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An eleven year old Tennessee boy struck by a car at the Calhoun County Fair last night is reported in stable condition at a Vanderbilt hospital.

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Rev. Jerry James is a teacher both in church, community

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Rev. Jerry James is entering his second year as pastor at Porter’s Chapel AME Church, located directly in front of Calhoun City Elementary School.
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Dumpsters still big source of debate for Pittsboro board

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The Pittsboro board of aldermen welcomed a new member and continued its debate on what to do with the town’s dumpsters on the old school property that are routinely abused.
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