Bruce board encourages, but not requiring masks be worn around town

The Bruce board of aldermen voted to encourage the wearing of masks in town, but not to make mandatory for all businesses.
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Mayor breaks two ties with votes in meeting

Bruce Mayor Rudy Pope broke two tie votes from the board of aldermen, including one to proceed with this year’s Sawmill Festival, during their June monthly meeting.
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Derma Town Hall to get new floor, glass petition

Derma mayor and town board accepted a few quotes to make improvements at Town Hall after a recent flooding incident, as well as protect town workers in the office.
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Vardaman keeps Front Porch closed, eliminates curfew

Vardaman mayor and board of aldermen lifted its curfew, while keeping other restrictions in place related to the COVID-19 pandemic at their June monthly meeting.
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Vardaman town clean-up day is this Saturday, May 30

The Town of Vardaman will host its annual Clean-Up Day Saturday, May 30 from 7 a.m.- 11 a.m.
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Bruce ends town curfew; May set as cleanup month

Bruce board of aldermen voted to end the town’s curfew and address other issues pandemic related at their May meeting.
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Calhoun City board asks Congress, COVID-19 help

Calhoun City board of aldermen approved a resolution urging Congress to support direct federal funding to Mississippi municipalities to help fight COVID-19 prevention efforts.
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Teams can use Vardaman Sportsplex, with restrictions

The Vardaman board of aldermen cleared the way for ball teams to start practcing at the Sportsplex starting May 18.
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Floor damaged at Derma Town Hall, claim is filed

Derma board of aldermen discussed the need for floor repair at Town Hall and the ability for kids to play ball this summer due to COVID-19 pandemic at last week’s board meeting.
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Bruce board to look at closing alley running behind T-N-T

Bruce mayor and board heard a request to close the alley that runs behind T-N-T Grocery at their regular April meeting.
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