Ada — Ex-Ada firefighter Jason Smeltz was found not guilty of using a computer to put another person in fear of physical harm or death. A Pontotoc County jury deliberated for about 90 minutes before making its decision. Look for more details in The Ada News.
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ECU announces concerto competition winner; solo performance tomorrow
The music department at East Central University recently announced Krayton King as the winner of the third annual ECU Concerto Competition, which was held on March 10. King, a native of Grove and a student of Eric Hall, is currently in his freshman year at ECU and at age 17, he is the youngest winner in the competition’s history.
- Affordable housing program set for tonight at ECU
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- Medical examiner: Wreck victim died from injuries
- ECU announces concerto competition winner; solo performance tomorrow
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ECU hires Cole as new women's basketball coach
The East Central University athletics department has announced the hiring of Matt Cole as the new head women’s basketball coach. The announcment came via e-mail Monday afternoon.
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- Ada stretches win streak to seven
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The roll call of the misfits
The roll call of the faithful in Hebrews 11 is designed to inspire us and give us hope. Comparing our difficulties with theirs gives us some perspective when the problems of life feel overwhelming. There are some pretty terrible and overwhelming struggles described there.
- Where the sidewalk ends
- Letter to the Editor
- Money, Money, Money, Money, Money
- Lyin' Eyes
- The roll call of the misfits