Andy Ogletree will compete in the U.S. Amateur Semifinals, which will be broadcast live on national TV today.
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Newton Fire and Police are on scene at a fatal wreak on I-20 near mile marker 109 westbound. The right lane is closed at this time.
Fire Chief JC Collins said a sedan left the road and struck a parked 18-wheeler. The driver did not survive.
WASHINGTON – The Senate Homeland Security Appropriations Subcommittee today announced the award of a $59.1 million contract to procure Mississippi-produced Light Enforcement Helicopters for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
The Union Fire Department’s new city fire truck arrived late last week, and fire department workers are getting it ready for service.
Fire department workers began last week equipping the truck using gear from the older truck it is replacing and placing it on the new fire truck.
A Union man was killed in a two-vehicle crash east of Union on Hwy. 492 around 7 p.m. Thursday night.
Neshoba County Coroner John Stephens identified the victim as Joseph Benjamin Brewer, 43, of Union. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Newton La-Z-Boy will relocate its Leather Cutting and Sewing division to Mexico by the end of the year, Daniel Simoneau, general manager for La-Z-Boy’s Newton operations, said Monday. The move will impact 105 employees at the company’s Newton location.
Decatur aldermen are seeking answers about a proposed 911 dispatching agreement with Newton County as the deadline to approve or reject the contract draws near.
In a Board of Aldermen meeting last Tuesday, Mayor David Marshall reminded the board the county was set to begin charging for dispatching service October 1.
Union Public School District has budgeted $9,734,657 to spend on its three school buildings over the next fiscal year. In a public hearing held Aug. 5 at the district office, Business Manager Abby Winstead explained to trustees how that money would be spent.