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The Union High School Pride of Union March Band brought home more hardware on Saturday after finishing second overall at the Class 2A State Band Competition in Pearl.
Union only finished less than a half a point out of first place and won first place in subcategories percussion and visual performance.
This week, for the first time in nearly three decades, longtime Union Police Office David Boatner didn’t begin the week patrolling the streets of the town. Boatner announced his retirement in October after 29 years with the department, and his last official day was on Tuesday, Oct. 31.
U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker, R-Pontotoc, will be the keynote speaker during the Veterans Day program at 10 a.m. Saturday in front of the Newton County Courthouse.
Union Elementary and Union High School are enjoying new kitchen equipment as part of a comprehensive effort to improve student health.
Union High School purchased a new oven steamer using funds from a Nutrition Integrity grant from the Mississippi Department of Education Office of Child Nutrition, funded by The Bower Foundation.
Tre Hillie attempts to throw a pass while being tackled by a Winona player. (Brent Maze/The Appeal)
Entering the game as the No. 4 seed out of Division 4-2A, Newton had Winona reeling and led 22-8 at the half.
Lake's Johnny Johnson tries to elude a Union tackler during a game earlier this season. (Jim Ogletree/Special to The Appeal)
Lake’s reward for beating Newton and finishing in a three-way tie for first in Division 4-2A was a trip to defending 2A state champion Calhoun City.