Calhoun students learning while helping local families

The partnership between the new Families First Center and the school district’s Career and Technical Center is already paying off for local families who don’t have beds for everyone in their household.
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Liability insurance coverage approved by supervisors

Supervisors approved liability insurance coverage and lease purchase quotes for a new dump truck and roll-up door at their meeting last week.
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Derma board tables speed bumps issue

Derma mayor and board of aldermen tabled a decision on speed bumps in town while deciding to move forward with selling some town-owned property.

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Vardaman board accepts bids on surplus equipment

Vardaman board accepted a number of bids on surplus property at their meeting last week.
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Bruce board addresses issues with baseball facility in park

Leon Prestage addressed the Bruce Board of Aldermen last week in reference to the issues with the high school baseball batting facility at Bruce Park.
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Books given in memory of Theresa Nicks Drake

Dr. Seuss books purchased with donations to the Jesse Yancy Memorial Library in Bruce in memory of the late Theresa Nicks Drake, along with the Cat In The Hat display, were shown to her husband, James, last week by Bruce Librarian Janice Vaughn.

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Looking back at the Bruce School Band from 1954

The Bruce School Band which was organized a year ago by J.G. Leonard, will enter the Band Contest this year in Jackson.

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Cannon urges attitude, vision in workplace

The Bruce Chamber of Commerce Banquet was held last Thursday night at the Museum.
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Five county offices contested in this year’s elections

The offices of chancery clerk, coroner, supervisors in districts three and four, and sheriff will all be contested during the 2019 Calhoun County elections.
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School District seeking big grant for new after school program

The Calhoun County School District is pursuing a $750,000 grant for the Career and Technical Center that could bring a one-of-a-kind after school and summer program for 6th-9th grade students.
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