The 2019 Distinguished Young Woman of Newton County program was held Saturday night at ECCC's Huff Auditorium. Jasmin Brooks was named the Distinguished Young Woman of Newton County for 2019.
In only his fifth season as head women’s soccer coach at East Central Community College in Decatur, Gray Massey is looking for his fourth straight appearance in the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges playoffs as his 2017 team takes the pitch.
≈The East Central Community College men’s soccer team returns eight starters in 2017 as it seeks to qualify for the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges state playoffs for the third straight season.
After struggling on offense against Lake in a preseason jamboree, Newton County coach Gene Mitchell was looking for some improvement.
He got a vast improvement out of his offense, but it was his defense that struggled this week.
East Central Community College held ribbon cutting ceremonies Tuesday, Aug. 8, to officially open its new Women’s Residence Hall on the Decatur campus.
The ceremony was held in the lobby of the new facility located on the South Campus adjacent to the existing Erma Lee Barber Women’s Residence Hall.
The Lake community was shocked last week when it found out that one of its brightest young kids had been killed in a car wreck.
Rising senior Dontavious Towner was killed on Thursday when he lost control of his car and collided with an oncoming vehicle on Old Highway 80 outside of Forest.
The Mississippi State Board of Education voted on Thursday to invite public comment on a proposal that would give students the opportunity to earn an endorsement with their high school diploma and would ensure that the majority of students with disabilities earn a traditional diploma.