Big Creek man killed in ATV accident

A Big Creek man was killed in an ATV accident early this morning.

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Hwy. 9W north of Bruce opened in 1958

October 23,1958 – Highway Commissioner Roy C. Adams said this week that contractors are expected to complete paving work on Mississippi No. 9-W from Bruce to Markette within the next few days.

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Golden refuses to sign extradition papers

Adrian Golden, who was captured in Arkansas Wednesday night,  has refused to sign extradition papers or to complete the booking process at the jail where he is custody.

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Rick Tramel always happiest when he’s working

Seventy years of hard work is evident in Rick Tramel’s face, his leathery hands and his faded blue jeans.

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Skuna Art Festival returns to Bruce Square this Saturday

The fourth annual Skuna River Art & Music Festival is Saturday, Oct. 13 from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. on the Bruce Square.

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Extension building project is still ongoing

Calhoun County Extension Agent Trent Barnett sees unlimited potential with the new addition at the multi-purpose center in Pittsboro that lacks one last phase for completion.

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Students getting real experience with new Pathways program

The Calhoun County Career and Technical Center (CCCTC) has multiple programs to offer – automotive, construction, metal fabrication, engineering, health science, digital media, business, and the teachers academy.

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‘City, Bruce bands earn honors at Northeast

BOONEVILLE, Miss. -- In one of the largest Northeast Regional Marching Band Championships in a decade, Neshoba Central High School (Philadelphia, Miss.) bested 22 other high schools to claim the title of “Grand Champion” at the annual daylong competition held on the campus of Northeast Mississippi Community College.

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‘City Chamber changes date for Octoberfest

Calhoun City Chamber agreed to hold Octoberfest Tuesday, Oct. 30 on the town square.

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Calhoun City board denies permit to potential scrap metal business

Calhoun City aldermen denied a request for a privilege license for a potential scrap metal business at a special called meeting last week.

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