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‘The Little Mermaid’ on stage at New Albany High School this weekend

  New Albany High School will present Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 12 and 13, Friday and Saturday, as well as at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 14. For ticket information call 534-1805.

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Agape Health Services benefit recognizes third year of free care clinic

It is estimated, based on information available, that nearly 6,000 Union County residents have no health insurance. A group of dedicated medical professionals and volunteers are doing their best to help as many of those as possible. The means to do that is through Agape Health Services. The Agape Clinic was created about three years […]

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County supervisors finalize purchase of new E-911 emergency telephone upgrade

The Union County Board of Supervisors Monday gave final approval to the lease purchase of needed new E-911 emergency telephone equipment, and also signed the maintenance agreement. Maintenance, including software, will cost $2,429 per month. The total equipment cost, which will be spread out over years, is $139,291. That’s discounted from the $146,771 original price. […]

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City school trustees rehire administrators, take look at athletic needs

New Albany city school trustees have rehired their major central office and administrative staff for next year. The unanimous vote came without comment at the February board meeting. Included were Lecia Stubblefield, director of professional and support services; Lesa Scott, director of special services; Suzanne Coffey, director of accounting services; Jamey Wright, New Albany Elementary […]

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Only some governmental offices to close for Presidents Day

Area schools and county, state and federal governmental offices will close next Monday, Feb. 15, in observance of Presidents Day. City offices will remain open. The holiday will not affect solid-waste collection in the city or county so all routes will be picked up as usual next week. New Albany Gazette schedules and deadlines will […]

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Former attorney Richard Scruggs creates foundation to boost adult basic education

Approximately 500,000 Mississippians do not have a high school diploma and 14,000 more drop out of school each year, according to Kids Count data. That’s what former attorney Richard F. “Dickie” Scruggs told members of the New Albany Rotary Club this past Friday. “Half the adults in Mississippi don’t have a job and are not […]

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‘Night to Shine’ makes special needs students kings and queens

Hillcrest Baptist Church will host its second “Night to Shine” this Friday, Feb. 12, from 6 to 10 p.m. A year ago, Hillcrest was selected as one of 50 churches nationwide to have the inaugural event, which is sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation. As stated, the foundation’s vision is to provide an unforgettable prom […]

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BNA BANK promotes Cathey to Assistant VP of Account Services

On behalf of the BNA Bank board of directors, James R. Collins, President and CEO announces the following promotion. Regina Cathey has been named Assistant Vice-President of Account Services. Regina has 14 years of experience in the banking industry with her last 10 years having been with BNA Bank. Regina’s area of expertise is in […]

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Show unconditional love by supporting Agape Clinic

It is estimated that more than 5,700 Union County residents under age 65 have no health insurance. Some may be jobless, some may be between jobs, waiting and hoping they will have benefits soon, and some are working but still have no health insurance. They include a wide and possibly surprising range of demographics. Some […]

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Sometimes dogs make better people

We have a new addition to our home. Her name is Stella, a 7½-month-old boxer. Stella is still a puppy, but is doing quite well. The first night in a new home the concern is how well will she sleep. She was accustomed to sleeping on the bed and we do not allow the dog […]

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West Union High School named Blood Services high school of year

Mississippi Blood Services holds hundreds of blood drives all over the state and sees thousands of donors during the year. We depend on every individual who donates and every organization that allows us to set up a blood drive. But throughout the year, there are those who go that extra mile, who work to increase […]

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Macedonia News

By Lou McQuary Mitchell and Debbie Jumper recently took their family on a seven-day cruise to the Bahamas. Those enjoying the trip were Debbie and Mitchell Jumper; Kyle, Christie, Kylee Ann and Lucy Jumper; Danny, Meghan, Sadie and Cannon Cobb. The port of call was Key West, Fla., Freeport and Nassau Bahamas. Their view for […]

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Center Hill Baptist Church news

By Tommie Cooper For Wednesday night’s Bible study Feb. 3, Bro. Hall was in I John 5:14, “And this is the confidence that we have in Him that if we ask any thing according to His will He heareth us.” Birthdays are Keith Herring on Feb.13, Steve Tutor Feb.14 and Danny Malone Feb.  15. Happy birthday and […]

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Hurricane news

By Susan Hooker Snow flurries are in the forecast for the second week of February in Hurricane with the weather going from spring-like days to rain, then to the bitter cold temperatures normally associated with the second month of the year. It’s hard to decide whether to believe the local forecast or the national groundhog forecast. Cohen Stubblefield […]

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