Haire pleads guilty, sentenced today in unnatural intercourse case

Michael Haire

A Pittsboro man pled guilty today to two charges, including unnatural intercourse at the Lafayette County Courthouse in Oxford. [Read more...]

CCHS history students hear first hand history, Bellefontaine’s Wilson Leather

Taking a close look at the art of hand made products of Wilson Leather Company are, from left, Jessie Nabors, Baronica Lawrence, Mrs. Margaret Wilson, Scott Doler and Tess Ingle.

Recently the world history class of CCHS learned that the success of business lies not in the size of the town in which it operates, but through the vision of its entrepreneurs.
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Gaddy to sign book at Yancy Memorial

Jane Bennett Gaddy

Jane Bennett Gaddy, who has ties to Bruce, will be at a book-signing Monday, Sept. 12, at 5:30 p.m. for a signing with friends and family, and hosted by her cousin, Larry Bennett.
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Minnie Evans embraces her “handicap” while serving her community

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It’s a day Minnie Evans will never forget. She was only 35 years old with three young children, and doctors told her she may only have three months to live.
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Qualifying deadline quickly approaching

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Candidates looking to run for district two supervisor or for the Calhoun County School Board have just over a week left to throw their hat into the ring.
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School enrollment down slightly in public schools; decrease more dramatic at Academy

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School enrollment around Calhoun County is down for the second consecutive year with the biggest decrease at Calhoun Academy.
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Missing class composites sought for Bruce Museum

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The back wall of the Bruce Museum is covered with pictures of graduating classes from Bruce dating back to 1947, but they hope with community help to add many more.
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School board reviewing transfer rules; weapons policy explained

Mike Moore

Student transfers were a big topic of conversation at Monday’s school board meeting and how the district should administer them.
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Calhoun unemployment remains lowest since 2000

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Calhoun County unemployment remains on pace to finish the year at its lowest level since 2000, according to the Mississippi Department of Employment Security.
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Master Gardeners celebrate 25th with Silver Jubilee in Pittsboro

Master Gardeners Celebrate

For 25 years, Master Gardener volunteers have beautified Mississippi community landscapes. To honor this milestone, the Mississippi State University Extension Service is hosting celebrations across the state.
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