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I’ve always said there is a right way to do things and a wrong way to do things.
I’ve seen two extreme examples of both in the last couple of weeks.
This past week, former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens announced that he would not be attending his induction into the NFL Hall of Fame.
MSU Extension Office to host Happy Healthy Thursdays
Dear readers, I am writing to you from my writing room in West Monroe. None of my plans for this trip have worked out this time.
Tomorrow will be the one-year anniversary of last year’s shooting in Washington D.C. where a lone gunman targeted several Republican U.S. House representatives, including Union native Trent Kelly, while they were practicing for the annual Congressional Baseball Game for Charity.
The Mississippi Baptist All-State Youth Choir and Orchestra is coming to Newton County Friday night.
This year’s choir, which will perform and lead worship at Clarke-Venable Baptist Church at 6:30 p.m. Friday, features two local students, Luke Williams of Hickory and Josh Mitchell of Decatur.
East Central Community College Golf Coach Chris Clark has added another honor to the Warriors’ highly successful 2017-18 golf season, this time being named the Mississippi Association of Coaches Community College Golf Coach of the Year.
Clark will be honored at the MAC Hall of Fame Banquet June 22 in Jackson.
Since graduating from Mississippi College, Hickory native Mark Fanning has made a career out of coaching baseball at St. Andrews Episcopal School in Madison.
During his 21 years at St. Andrews, Fanning has fielded one of the most consistent baseball teams in the state of Mississippi.
Kamon Shelwood would be considered a late bloomer.
After sitting out his sophomore year in baseball, Shelwood went back out for the team.
Two years later, Shelwood is headed to play college baseball, recently signing with Coahoma Community College where he will play outfield and first base.
A former Union native may have one of the toughest high school football jobs in the state of Mississippi.
Former Yellowjacket Quincy Patrick was recently named as the new head football coach at West Harrison High School in Gulfport.
The Union Chamber of Commerce’s first ever Union Day begins at 8 a.m. Saturday and continues to 4 p.m.
Chamber President Sherry Harrison said applications are still available for the children’s pageant and that they could be picked up at the Union City Hall or at Harrison Dentistry.
After back-to-back playoff appearances, it was going to be difficult to find a replacement for football coach Ryan Smith, who left to coach at his college alma matter.
But the Tigers found someone capable of filling those big shoes.
The Newton County Eighth District Circuit Court grand jury handed down indictments for 27 defendants as they convened on May 29. Among them was a man who is charged in a shooting last summer in Union and two men who are charged with sexual battery of juveniles.