The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) is advising people to not flush disinfecting wipes, paper towels, or similar products in toilets but to dispose of them in household garbage. These items can cause damage to wastewater treatment and collection systems creating clogs, backups, pump failures, and sewer overflows creating
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The East Central Community College men’s and women’s tennis teams picked up their second MACJC conference sweep in as many days with a pair of wins at Copiah-Lincoln in Wesson on Friday, March 6.
Women’s Doubles Results:
East Central Community College sophomore outfielder Olivia Houston today was named the MACJC Softball Player of the Week for March 9-15 after an explosive outing at the plate in a sweep over Marion Military Institute (Ala.) March 10 at the Softball Park in Decatur.
Second Grade: Amelia Brasher, Ariel Buckley, Kenley Burns, Aliyah Ficklin, Khloee Gallaspy, Addison Horton, JW Keene, Patrick Kennedy, Karson Leach, Avery Matthews, Grey Quinn, Layla Sistrunk, Izzy Grace Whitehead, Bella Williamson, Mia Wilson, Bennie Winstead
The last several weeks in the book of Job we have seen the devil revealed to us as a powerful being opposed to God, driven to persuade men to distrust and hate God. I recently read a man’s denunciation of the Christian faith, though he grew up and served the church for years in various ministries.
Someone nice gave me some names of possible subjects for this column. Two out of the three agreed, and I look forward to writing their stories. The first was Mr. Michael Harris, an alderman for the town of Decatur, and his lovely wife Anita, who is a medical technician for Meridian Medical.
Union, Greenfield and Decatur fire departments responded to a home on Rigdon Road near the Erin Church Road Friday morning where a Dodge Challenger went up in flames in the residence’s carport.
Union Fire Chief Dale Yates said the fire was caused by an electrical issue with a battery charger.
Lavon Driskell has been a staple on the campus of Blue Mountain College for 18 years, but this week the longtime Lady Topper head basketball coach decided to resign his position from BMC.