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News Briefs: July 24 to 30

News Briefs: July 24 to 30

Cellphone 911 line down temporarily in Union County The 911 service line for cellphone carriers was temporarily down in Union County Tuesday, July 22, according to county officials. The county… Read more »

Education News and Notes: July 3 to 9

Education News and Notes: July 3 to 9

Siblings excel in academic studies, earn awards INDIAN TRAIL – Four Indian Trail siblings are excelling academically while simultaneously encouraging each other to put their best foot forward. Madeline Tackeberry… Read more »

News Briefs: July 3 to 9

News Briefs: July 3 to 9

Kiwanis Aktion Club helps at Crossing Paths INDIAN TRAIL – The Kiwanis Aktion Club recently helped clean and beautify Indian Trail’s Crossing Paths Park, according to a town news release. More… Read more »

News Briefs: June 26 to July 2

News Briefs: June 26 to July 2

Candidate filing opens Friday MONROE – Candidates can file to run for the Union County Board of Education starting Friday, June 27, at noon. Filing will be available at the… Read more »

County votes against UCPS tax increase

County votes against UCPS tax increase

The Union County Board of County Commissioners voted against the proposed 8.69-cent tax increase for Union County Public Schools following a budget public hearing where they heard concerns from local… Read more »

UCW News briefs: June 5 — 11

UCW News briefs: June 5 — 11

Town honors Purple Heart recipients with proclamation INDIAN TRAIL – Leaders in Indian Trail recently presented a proclamation honoring the Military Order of the Purple Heart Chapter 634. The group… Read more »

Naslund continues Marvin Ridge golf tradition

Naslund continues Marvin Ridge golf tradition

When Colton Naslund fired a 75 to qualify for the 15th annual North Carolina Junior boys 13 and under championship as an eighth grader, he started to see for the… Read more »

Spartan softball to compete for state title

Spartan softball to compete for state title

When the Spartans walked off the field at Enka High School after a 5-0 loss in the first game of their best-of-three N.C. High School Athletic Association Class 3A Western… Read more »

Celebrating Sandra

Celebrating Sandra

HEMBY BRIDGE – Six years after being diagnosed with a genetic condition that would eventually require a double lung transplant, Hemby Bridge resident Sandra Cook is just a few steps… Read more »

The young and the talented

The young and the talented

WAXHAW – Nine-year-old Ella McElroy has loved art as far back as she can remember. “Ever since I could hold a crayon, I was all over the place, drawing,” Ella… Read more »

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