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Judge Mark McDonald is retiring at the end of December after serving in his role for more than 15 years.
He has done a great job serving the people of Newton County and helping to create a great working environment in a place that can have its difficulties.
At last week’s Newton Board of Aldermen meeting, Newton County E-911 director Brian Taylor gave the Newton Board of Aldermen an option that could save the city as much as $48,000 by the county taking over the city police department’s dispatching services.
It’s November now and high school football is getting down to the nitty gritty.
At this point, all of the teams that really didn’t deserve to be in the playoffs have been eliminated and what remains are the quality football teams.
Locally, Union and Lake are still alive.
Oct. 22-26 is Fall Severe Weather Preparedness Week in Mississippi. The National Weather Service, Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (MEMA), and other supporting organizations are providing the public with information about severe weather safety.
If the Mississippi Department of Transportation has its way, parents will not be allowed to park on Hwy. 15 for afternoon school pickup.
Last week, the Mississippi Department of Education was scheduled to release its school district grades. It’s public relations staff asked if newspapers wanted to receive an embargoed list of scores before they were set to be released last Thursday at noon.