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Registration is underway for East Central Community College's high school girls soccer camp to be held May 31 and June 1-2 on ECCC campus in Decatur.
The cost is $250 per camper for those staying overnight in a college residence hall and $200 for non-overnight campers.
East Central Community College freshman guard Kareem Thompson has been named to the National Junior College Athletic Association All-Region 23 Men’s Basketball Team for his play during the 2019-20 season.
He previously was named First-Team All-Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges.
CANCELLED-Marksmen Quartet in
Concert at Ebenezer Baptist Church
The Marksmen Quartet concert at Ebenezer Baptist Church on Thursday, April 2 has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 Outbreak.
This week at your Senate, we continued to remain recessed in the face of the COVID-19 state of emergency. Originally, the Senate was set to reconvene on April 1st but due to the continued increase in cases, the date has not been determined.
Newton County now has at least two confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus, according to figures released from the Mississippi Department of Health Monday morning.
La-Z-Boy Incorporated announced in a press release Sunday afternoon that it will have a temporary shutdown of all U.S. manufacturing facilities and regional distribution centers effective immediately.
This includes the manufacturing and shipping operations in Newton. The company said they will re-evaluate the situation April 13.
What a day we are in! An online post proclaimed, “We are living in the last of the last days!” Some might say, “But earthquakes, wars, and pestilences have been occurring for millennia.” Yes, but Jesus said they would increase in the latter days, just as birth pangs come faster and closer together.
My oldest daughter has been helping her mom and me clean the apartment.
Maya Olmstead, of Chunky, with her Mississippi Makos teammates, broke the state record for the 15-16 Girls 400 yard Freestyle relay at the Mississippi Swimming Short Course Championships held in Tupelo, Feb. 20-23.