Registration Underway for ECCC’s Spring Intensive II Terms

Registration is underway at East Central Community College in Decatur for Spring 2019 Intensive Term II on-campus and online courses. The last day to register for Spring 2019 Intensive Term II on-campus courses is Thursday, Feb 28. Classes begin on Wednesday, Feb. 27, and end May 2.

Among the classes offered include Introduction to Business, English Composition I, General Physical Education, College Algebra, and Calculus II.

Introduction to Business will also be offered at the Carthage Career Advancement Center, Integrated Technologies Training Center in Choctaw, and Louisville Career Advancement Center. English Composition II will be offered at the Philadelphia Neshoba County Career Technical Center.

The last day to register for Spring 2019 Intensive Term II online courses is Tuesday, March 19. Classes begin Monday, March 18, and end May 9.

Among the classes offered include Art Appreciation, Nutrition, Anatomy & Physiology I with Lab, Microbiology with Lab, Microsoft Word I, Medical Terminology II, Computer Concepts, Computer Applications I, Human Growth and Development, English Composition I and II, First Aid and CPR, Western Civilization II, Career Exploration, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, Spanish II, Music Appreciation, Old Testament Survey, New Testament Survey, American National Government, General Psychology, Introduction to Sociology, Marriage and Family, Public Speaking I, and Theatre Appreciation.

A complete Spring Term class schedule can be found at the myEC tab at www.eccc.edu. To apply for admission, visit https://www.eccc.edu/admissions.

For more information, contact ECCC Student Services at 601-635-6205, 877-GO-2-ECCC, ext. 205, or go2ec@eccc.edu.

Free Tax Forms

Free Federal and State Tax Forms are now available at the Winston County Library.

Check It Out At The Winston County Library!

JANUARY 2019

The following FICTION books are now available for checkout at the library:

Louise Penny – Kingdom of the Blind
Adrianna Trigiani – Tony’s Wife
Patti Callahan – Becoming Mrs. Lewis
Robin Cook – Pandemic
W.E.B. Griffin – The Enemy of My Enemy
Joyce Carol Oates – Hazards of Time Travel
Laura Childs – Eggs on Ice
David Bunn – Moondust Lake
Louis L’Amour & Beau L’Amour – No Traveller Returns
Lauraine Snelling – A Season of Grace
Barbara Delinsky – Fulfillment
Karen Harper – Silent Screams
Brenda Novak – Before We Were Strangers
Robin Lee Hatcher – Who I Am Without You
Lisa Jewell – Watching You
James Lee Burke – The New Iberian Blues
Preston & Child – Verses for the Dead
Tracie Peterson – Under the Midnight Sun
Greer Hendricks – An Anonymous Girl
Helen Hardt – Undaunted
Tami Hoag – The Boy
Stuart Woods – A Delicate Touch
Jayne Ann Krentz – Untouchable


The following NON-FICTION BOOKS are now available for checkout at the library:

  • Keeping At It: The Quest for Sound Money and Good Government – Paul Volker
  • The Dash Diet: Mediterranean Solution – Marla Heller
  • The Real Horse Soldiers: Benjamin Grierson’s Epic 1863 Civil War Raid Through Mississippi – Timothy B.Smith
  • Dr. Neal Barnard’s Cookbook for Reversing Diabetes
  • No Bloat Diet: 50 Low FODMAP Recipes to Flatten Your Tummy, Soothe Your Gut and Relieve IBS – Editors of Prevention Magazine
  • Angels: What the Bible Really Says About God’s Heavenly Host – Michael S. Heiser




ECCC to Host High School Teams for Annual MLK Classic

The East Central Community College basketball programs are hosting the annual MLK Classic Saturday, Jan. 19, to commemorate the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday.

The MLK Classic will be held in Brackeen-Wood Gym on the Decatur campus. Admission is $8 per person.

The schedule includes Sebastopol vs. Nanih Waiya (girls), Noon; Sebastopol vs. Nanih Waiya (boys), 1:30 p.m.; Tupelo vs. Harrison Central (boys), 3 p.m., Seminary vs. East Marion (boys) 4:30 p.m., Northeast Lauderdale vs. Pascagoula (boys), 6 p.m., and Newton County vs. Southeast Lauderdale (boys), 7:30 p.m.