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New Albany School menu for Sept. 9-13

Elementary School Monday, Sept. 9 Corn Dog,
Meatloaf,
Carrot Sticks w/Dip,
Mashed Potatoes,
Chilled Pears,
Assorted Fruit Juice,
Whole Wheat Biscuit,
Vanilla Pudding,
Fat Free Chocolate Milk,
One Percent Milk,
Skim Milk Tuesday, Sept. 10 Pizza,
Cheeseburger,
Tossed Salad w/Dressings,
Whole Kernel Corn,
Orange Smiles,
Assorted Fruit Juice,
Jell-O,
Fat Free Chocolate Milk,
One Percent Milk,
Skim Milk Wednesday, Sept. 11 Ham and Cheese Sub,
Taco Soup,
Carrot Sticks w/Dip,
Oven Baked Fries,
Banana,
Assorted Fruit Juice,
Jell-O,
Fat Free Chocolate […]

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The Playhouse

Things I’ve learned in our search for a new church home: 1) Large cities have mega churches as well as small ones. They have a lot of both kinds. 2) Man has discovered a variety of ways to worship. It appears some have not read the Manual. 3) Most churches are oblivious to visitors, but […]

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BNA Bank Park tennis facility honored as a 2013 USTA Facility Award Winner

BNA Bank Park tennis facility in New Albany is one of 19 tennis facilities honored for excellence as a 2013 USTA Facility Award Winner The USTA announced Aug. 21 that the BNA Bank Park Tennis Facility in New Albany is one of 19 winners of its 32nd annual USTA Facility Awards Program, which recognizes excellence […]

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Lady Wave gets test from young Bulldogs team

By GENE PHELPS Daily Journal TUPELO – New Albany coach Shay Ashford hates losing, but Thursday’s close high school volleyball loss to Tupelo – her alma mater – didn’t sting so bad. The visiting Lady Bulldogs, a second-year program, gave the Lady Wave a fight before falling 3-0 (25-21, 25-20, 25-20). “I don’t like to […]

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Some things defy logic

Sometimes things are just completely inexplicable and seem to defy any sort of logic. I witnessed one of the strangest events in my life during the Union County Slow Pitch Softball Tournament at BNA Bank Park on Saturday. Now I was not the only person to see this; several of us in attendance discussed it. […]

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East Union wins 2A in TCPS Meet

By Dennis Clayton East Union boys took first among 2A Boys in the Tupelo Christian Preparatory School Invitational on Saturday. East Union placed three runners in the top 41 as Jordan Salmon, Zane Wilkinson and Zach Rowan all ran in the 20s in the boys 5K event. The Urchins had a total of six runners […]

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Preserving the bounty

By Dr. Linda Mitchell All the hard work Dean put in a few months ago is now bearing fruit… or veggies as the case may be. We enjoyed our first home-grown tomatoes and peppers this week and the crop looks to be bountiful. The problem is how to preserve it so we can continue to […]

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Macedonia news

By Lou McQuary Sarah Brock Farr, Beverly Hall, Holly Coffey, Belinda Davis, and Kay Russell spent the weekend, Aug. 16-18, with Jane Ford at the Ford cabin on Pickwick. While there, the girls visited the dam and ate at Pickwick Lodge and R&B in Counce, Tenn. and at St. Clair on the Marina. They also […]

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Hurricane news

By Susan Hooker The traffic on Hwy. 346 will be heavier this week as area schools will be registering students on Thursday-Friday. Classes will begin on Aug. 12. The youths of Oak Dale Baptist Church enjoyed a trip to Hot Springs, Ark. Those traveling were as follows: Elizabeth Thompson, Ava and Amelia Merritt, Katelyn Wright, […]

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Pictured front left: Katie Wallace, Jenny Thompson, Ashley Hatton, Chase Coffey, Gracen Conlee, Maegan Whittington, Cassie Reno and Kylie Massengill. Standing: Coach Bre Anna Heard, Mattie Pilcher, Leah Paige Goolsby, Callie Baggett, Marley Long, Bailey Bogue, Brittany Taylor, Julianna Garner, Samantha Bridges, Jesslyn Brewer, Anna Grubbs and Coach Lisa Bogue.

Lady Eagles are Union County Softball Tournament Champs

by Dennis Clayton West Union’s Lady Eagles overcame their lack of offense with some serious defense to claim the title of Union County Champs in Saturday’s slow pitch softball tournament at BNA Bank Park. The Lady Eagles scored 14 runs in four games, but only gave up 3 runs to opponents. All of those runs […]

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