App still not working on iPhone, but don’t stop tests

Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley is encouraging all interested in helping improve cell service in Calhoun County to continue running the “speed tests” while they await a fix from the FCC for iPhone users.

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Old Town community of the long years ago

There are folklore reports that have been handed down for more than a century about the glamorous life that has had its every-day setting in the doings around Old Town, some of which have been widely heralded by newspapers, that captures the imagination with fascination in the truest meanings of these terms.

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Calhoun County School District projected a C, but release of official grade postponed

Calhoun County School District is projected to earn a C in the latest A to F ratings, but the Mississippi state Board of Education has delayed releasing the official ratings for schools and districts until October, citing discontent.

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Anthony Bollinger – a lifetime of playing music

Anthony Bollinger’s connection to music dates back to his earliest memories.

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Lino gets Girls’ State scholarship

BHS senior Alexis Lino attended Magnolia Girls State this summer and earned a $1000 scholarship. 

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Chamber discusses fall, holiday promotions

Bruce Chamber of Commerce released details about their fall and Christmas promotions Monday at their regular monthly meeting.

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Citizens voice frustrations with frequent Yalobusha flooding

Landowners, public officials and many more packed City Hall in Calhoun City Tuesday morning to voice frustration over backwater flooding from the Yalobusha River that’s destroying farmland, homes and infrastructure.

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Heather Nix is eager to lead, motivate at CCES

Stacks of papers cover Heather Nix’s desk at Calhoun City Elementary where the first year principal is unquestionably “busy.”

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Ballot is set for Nov. 6 election

The ballot is set for the Nov. 6 general election with five contested races for most of the county. Districts three and four will have six as each of them will have a school board election as well.

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Welch among Toyota-Haley Barbour scholarships, MSU

Through the generosity of Toyota Manufacturing Mississippi and former Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, Mississippi State University is recognizing six new freshmen with prestigious Toyota-Haley Barbour Scholarships for the fifth consecutive year.

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