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Supervisors hear budget requests

REGINA BUTLER Progress Staff Writer Pontotoc County supervisors listened to several budget requests this past Friday.  Anyone wanting to submit anything for consideration into the new fiscal budget must do so by the June 30 meeting date. Newly appointed Pontotoc County Library director Regina Graham thanked the supervisors for their support. “The building is 39 […]

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First National announces name change to First Choice Bank

David Helms Pontotoc Progress Officials at First National Bank of Pontotoc announced this week that effective June 30 the bank will be changing its name to First Choice Bank. First National Bank President and CEO Buddy Montgomery explained that the name change is necessary because of a bank iniated change in the bank’s operating charter. […]

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Accident at Pontotoc CVS Pharmacy

Workers were at CVS in Pontotoc on Saturday fixing where a vehicle drove into the side of the store. It appears a truck jumped out of gear and was rolling backwards Friday night. The driver tried to hit the brakes but accidentally hit the gas. The truck jumped the curb and drove into the building

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Ecru Post Office to remain open with fewer hours

By Sandra Priest After many months of review by the United States Postal Service, the decision has been made to keep Ecru Post Office. After thorough review, the USPS made the decision that there was enough mail volume coming through to warrant keeping the post office open. Hours will be minimally reduced, with the opening […]

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County’s jobless rate set at 7.2 percent

Pontotoc County’s labor force was virtually unchanged in October, but the number of employed increased, netting a drop in the county’s unemployment rate. Pontotoc County’s unemployment rate was set at 7.2 percent for October, eleventh lowest in the state, according to data released last week by the Mississippi Department of Employment Security. The total labor […]

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