Reservoir damage to road and railroad is tremendous

March 24, 1955 - This vicinity suffered one of the biggest rains on record–10.32 inches within the space of about 24 hours, according to official measurement. 

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Program on chronic wasting disease in deer set for Nov. 15

A Calhoun County Forestry meeting will be held Thursday, Nov. 15 at 6 p.m. at the Multi-Purpose Building in Pittsboro focusing on whitetail deer. 

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Derma board buys new air packs for fire department

Derma Board of Aldermen approved the purchase of new air packs for the fire department at the meeting of the board last night.

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Vardaman man arrested on drug, weapon charges

A Vardman man was arrested last night on multiple drug and weapon charges.

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Scott joins Calhoun City police force

Calhoun City aldermen voted to hire part-time police officer Kenneth Scott Jr. as full-time at their regular board meeting last night.

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Durell Wade finally coming home

December 7, 1941 may be a date which will live in infamy, but December 7, 2018 will be a date that will bring closure to a family that’s been waiting for nearly 80 years.
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Veterans’ Day programs set around county

Veterans’ Day programs are scheduled for Bruce and Calhoun City next Sunday, Nov. 11 and Monday, Nov. 12.
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Cooks will lead Vardaman Christmas Parade

Paul and Daphna Cook will be the grand marshals of the Vardaman Christmas parade this year, Mayor James Casey told the Vardaman Board of Aldermen Tuesday night. He said the parade will be Monday, Dec. 3.

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Bruce board gets go ahead to clean properties with current ordinance

Bruce board attorney Jim Beckett confirmed to the mayor and board of aldermen that the town’s existing ordinance on cleaning up property is current with state law.

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Logan, Vance win school board races; chancery headed to run-off

Brad Logan, of Bruce, and Christie Vance, of Calhoun City, were elected to the Calhoun County School Board Tuesday. 

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