Concert

ECCC Collegians to Present Fall Concert Nov. 16
East Central Community College’s rock-n-roll band, “The Collegians,” will present its annual fall campus concert at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 16 in Huff Auditorium on the Decatur campus. There is no charge for admission and the public is invited to attend. The popular group will perform hits by Ozzy Osbourne, Elle King, Shawn Mendes, Ed Sheeran, The Band Perry, Rachel Platten, One Direction and many more. Members and their respective high school include (front row, from left) director Chas Evans, Anna Wells, Winston Academy; Aleia Sharp, Union; Tallie Johnston, a homeschooler from Lake; (second row, from left) Chris Kelley, Newton; Peyton Jones, Nanih Waiya; Dustin Morgan, Union; and Anastasia Crout, Lake; (third row, from left) Caleb Franklin, Morton; Garrett McDill, Sebastopol; and Houston Martin and Brad Taylor, both of Newton County; (fourth row, from left) Stephen Stewart, Newton County; Anna Claire Webb, Noxapater; and Michael Buntyn and Graham Murphree, both of Newton County; (fifth row, from left) Lucas Bates, Lake; Ryan Packer and Hannah Mitchell, both of Newton County; Danny Smith, Carthage; and Evan Derrick, Morton; and (back row, from left) Troy Gregory, Newton County; Christian Richardson, Union; Sam Mitchell, Leake Academy; and Christian Bounds, Lake. (EC Photo)
ECCC Collegians to Present Fall Concert Nov. 16 East Central Community College’s rock-n-roll band, “The Collegians,” will present its annual fall campus concert at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 16 in Huff Auditorium on the Decatur campus. There is no charge for admission and the public is invited to attend. The popular group will perform hits by Ozzy Osbourne, Elle King, Shawn Mendes, Ed Sheeran, The Band Perry, Rachel Platten, One Direction and many more. Members and their respective high school include (front row, from left) director Chas Evans, Anna Wells, Winston Academy; Aleia Sharp, Union; Tallie Johnston, a homeschooler from Lake; (second row, from left) Chris Kelley, Newton; Peyton Jones, Nanih Waiya; Dustin Morgan, Union; and Anastasia Crout, Lake; (third row, from left) Caleb Franklin, Morton; Garrett McDill, Sebastopol; and Houston Martin and Brad Taylor, both of Newton County; (fourth row, from left) Stephen Stewart, Newton County; Anna Claire Webb, Noxapater; and Michael Buntyn and Graham Murphree, both of Newton County; (fifth row, from left) Lucas Bates, Lake; Ryan Packer and Hannah Mitchell, both of Newton County; Danny Smith, Carthage; and Evan Derrick, Morton; and (back row, from left) Troy Gregory, Newton County; Christian Richardson, Union; Sam Mitchell, Leake Academy; and Christian Bounds, Lake. (EC Photo)

ECCC Collegians to Present Fall Concert Nov. 16
East Central Community College’s rock-n-roll band, “The Collegians,” will present its annual fall campus concert at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 16 in Huff Auditorium on the Decatur campus. There is no charge

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Noxapater Reading Fair Winners

Noxapater Reading Fair Winners are: Division C 1st Place- Chance Curtis Division D 1st Place- Vontavius Triplett Division E 1st Place- Kelli Thomas 2nd Place- Braxton Flake 3rd Place- William Jones Division H 1st Place- Shelby Boatner Division K 1st Place- Jacob Charlton 2nd Place- Christoper Coleman & Cooper Coleman 3rd Place- Mackenzie Bealis Division L 1st Place- Taylor Hamilton, Jada Woods, Maddie Parker 2nd Place- Jaycie Claire Flake, Kyndall Byrd 3rd Place- Llyanna Myers, Brooklynn Bealis

Noxapater Reading Fair Winners are:
Division C
1st Place- Chance Curtis
Division D
1st Place- Vontavius Triplett
Division E
1st Place- Kelli Thomas
2nd Place- Braxton Flake
3rd Place- William Jones
Division H
1st Place- Shelby Boatner
Division K
1st

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A scarecrow to bank on

The Historic Preservation Board asked local businesses to enter a Scarecrow Contest to promote the Downtown Historic District and the Main Street Bancorp South entry was chosen the best in creativity, originality, and presentation.  Thanks to all the businesses for decorating for the fall season!
The Historic Preservation Board asked local businesses to enter a Scarecrow Contest to promote the Downtown Historic District and the Main Street Bancorp South entry was chosen the best in creativity, originality, and presentation.  Thanks to all the businesses for decorating for the fall season!

The Historic Preservation Board asked local businesses to enter a Scarecrow Contest to promote the Downtown Historic District and the Main Street Bancorp South entry was chosen the best in creativity, originality, and presentation. Thanks to all the businesses for

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