Judy Gail Twyford, 58, of Point Place, Toledo, Ohio died Saturday, Dec. 4, 2010 at University of Toledo Medical Center. Judy was born in New Albany on Feb. 18, 1952 to Vertie Mae and Chester Glen Howard. Judy was a loving wife, mother and homemaker. She was a caregiver for four years to her […]
Demetrice Berry, 1046 CR 68, Myrtle, 41, was charged with petit larceny at 1:01 p.m., Dec. 9, 2010. Robert Ellis, 1974 Highway 348, Blue Springs, 30, was charged with a DUI, possession of drug paraphernalia and reckless driving at 1:32 p.m., Dec. 9, 2010. Andrew T. Tidwell, 1158 CR 73, New Albany, 23, was charged […]
David Aaron Wilhite and Mary Christine Wilhite, Dec. 8 Lana Nobles and William Gerald Nobles, Dec. 10 Joe Brewer and Amelia Kay Brewer, Dec. 10
Ashley Marie Purvis and Chadwick Michael Flowers, Dec. 7
In honor of the Christmas holiday, the New Albany Gazette will be closed Friday, Dec. 24, 2010. It will re-open for regular business hours on Monday, Dec. 27. Editorial and advertising deadlines will not change during the holiday. City and county offices will be closed Friday, Dec. 24 and Monday, Dec. 27, 2010 in honor […]
Citizens who will be unable to vote in the upcoming special election for North Mississippi’s Highway Commissioner seat on Jan. 11 may vote by absentee ballot at the Union County Circuit Clerk’s office. Circuit Clerk Phyllis Stanford has announced that her office will be open from 8 a.m. to noon on both Saturday, Jan. 1 […]
Donations have passed the $10,000 mark in the 36th annual Sharing at Christmas program that provides holiday help for families in need in Union County. New Albany Gazette readers have donated $10,429 so far to the program, sponsored by the Gazette with the help of many community volunteers, is $20,000. The program provides about 250 […]
As of April 1, 2011, The Union County Jail will have hired a medical doctor for the jail’s inmates. At Monday’s Board of Supervisors meeting, Union County Sheriff Tommy Wilhite said that a contract will have to be signed and in place by the beginning of April. He said, “The doctor will have to have […]
Well, our governor is at it again, touting a new “Broadband for Mississippi” web site, which is part of the state’s overall effort to increase high-speed internet access throughout the state. According to Gov. Haley Barbour’s announcement press release, the site, www.broadband.ms.gov, will allow Mississippians to learn more about broadband technology and what it means […]
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