There is no telling where Kenyon Clay might line up when the Union Yellowjackets take the field this season.
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Jacob Edwards and Tanner Elders started playing baseball together in the coach-pitch leagues in Decatur.
Now, they will get to finish their baseball careers together.
Edwards recently announced he will transfer to the University of West Alabama, where he will join up with his life-long friend for their senior seasons.
In his two seasons as an assistant with the Newton County softball program, Jake Loper saw what it took to win a state championship.
Loper was an assistant on the Cougars team and agreed to become the new coach at Lake on the same day the Lady Cougars won the Class 4A state championship.
Red, white and blue dominated the sky Thursday at Turkey Creek Water Park as the second annual Firework Show got underway shortly after 9 p.m.
Union Police Department is asking the public’s help identifying three suspects who broke into Quinn’s Family Pharmacy, off Hwy 15, early Wednesday morning.
Turkey Creek Water Park in Decatur held its second annual fireworks show on Wednesday.
A capacity crowd was present Friday night to witness the program.
After more than 15 years of work, the McElroy-Hoye House in Newton has finally been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Dorothy Turnage, who has been involved with the project since around 2003, said she was glad to see years of hard work and effort pay off.
Editor’s Note: The Newton County Appeal is taking an in depth look at the races during the 2019 Primary Election on Aug. 6. The following responses were provided by the candidates via a political questionnaire. They have been edited for grammar and spelling, but no language has been changed.