Chrestman leads Calhoun Academy to another victory

The Calhoun Academy Cougars improved to 4-0 on the year with a 38-18 win over Prentiss Christian on Friday night.
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‘City looks to rebound from loss against Valley

Calhoun City struggled against the 3A North Panola Cougars on Friday and fell 26-8 as a result.
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Trojans fall at Valley; host South this week

The Bruce Trojans fell to the reigning 3A state champion Water Valley Blue Devils on Friday by a final score of 48-0.
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Chamber honors Fox; talks upcoming events

The Calhoun City Chamber of Commerce opened their monthly meeting last week with a memorial reading honoring Kyndal Fox.
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Calhoun City Library celebrates its reopening with open house

A good crowd attended open house at Calhoun City Library last Thursday showing their newly completed renovations.

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Dominant week for Lady Cougars; Lady Trojans collect first; ‘City tops Vardaman

A busy week in the softball world of Calhoun County is behind us, and there were two undefeated weeks, a winless week and a week that was split.
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Corn harvest looks good despite season struggles

A difficult planting season followed by heavy rains and drainage issues challenged corn producers, but growers are still expected to produce a good crop despite these tough conditions.
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Census accuracy is critical

We’ve spent most of the 2019 Mississippi general election cycle talking about the future of public healthcare and the state’s rural hospitals, the deteriorated condition of the state’s infrastructure system, and the needs of public education at all levels – with all three of those issues tied directly to the future of jobs and economic opportunity in the state moving forward. And while the outcome of the 2019 elections will certainly impact all those issues, so will how good or poor a job our state does in making sure there is an effective decennial census conducted in 2020. That process begins April 1. Every household is supposed to receive an invitation to respond to a census questionnaire by mail, by phone, or for the first time in U.S. history, online.
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Tommy Parker

Tommy Allen Parker, 85, of Big Creek, passed away Thursday, Sept. 12, 2019 at the University of Mississippi Medical Center--Grenada. [Read more...]

Bro. Windell Lancaster

Bro. John Windell Lancaster, 81, entered into rest at his home in Vardaman Friday, Sept. 13, 2019. [Read more...]