Lady ‘Dawgs outlast Ripley

Number one’s faced off Tuesday night with New Albany fighting off a late rally to defeat Ripley, 62-54. Up by 16 at the half, the top team in 4A watched as Jayla Chillis led the 3A top ranked Lady Tigers on a 14-2 run and were only down by one, 48-47. Regaining their focus, New […]

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Lady ‘Dawgs outlast Ripley

Number one’s faced off Tuesday night with New Albany fighting off a late rally to defeat Ripley, 62-54. Up by 16 at the half, the top team in 4A watched as Jayla Chillis led the 3A top ranked Lady Tigers on a 14-2 run and were only down by one, 48-47. Regaining their focus, New […]

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Dodson lifts Myrtle in win over Marshall Academy

The Hawks scored only one basket in the fourth quarter of their game against Marshall Academy, but it would prove to be the biggest. Heriah Dodson’s last second layup helped give Myrtle the 86-84 win over the Patriots Monday night. Down 68-62 after the third quarter, Marshall Academy battled to tie the game on free […]

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Mueller, Tucker move on to Ward 4 run-offs

  New Albany residents Will Tucker and Angele Mueller will face each other in a run-off for the Ward 4 New Albany Board of Aldermen seat in two weeks.   Of 628 total votes counted Monday night at the Union County Courthouse, Tucker received the most votes of any of the nine candidates in the […]

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Sherman News, November 17, 2010

Sherman’s Christmas parade will be Saturday, Dec. 4, at 2 p.m. Former Town Clerk Betty Duke has been named the Grand Marshall of the parade. The Sherman police department received two surplus cars from the City of Tupelo. The 1995 and 2007 Crown Vics are in good condition and ready for use. The Tri-County Baptist […]

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Hurricane News, November 17, 2010

The fall harvest for the community for years gone by included cotton with the T. J. Hale Gin being a hub of activity at the intersection of Hwy. 346 and Thaxton Road.  Recently as I drove through the “Nation” at the old “Rabbit Ranch” area there were fields of sweet potatoes being harvested.  The south side […]

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Etta News, November 12, 2010

Well, you can tell that fall is not in the air but here in person.  Just look at all the leaves changing colors and blowing from trees and landing on the yards.  Today was All Saints Sunday At Salem.  Since most of the cooks were 70 or over, the church decided to go out to […]

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Ellistown Breezes, November 12, 2010

Aren’t we enjoying the cooler weather?  If you are not, just think back a few weeks to the terribly hot weather we had.  I’ll take cold weather over hot most any day. Blue Springs Baptist Church is having a benefit Friday, November 12th for baby Katelyn Courtney who has spent time at Le Bonheur Children’s […]

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Macedonia News, November 12, 2010

Karen McMillen is thinking about wrapping her daughter, Jodie, in bubble wrap until Christmas. Jodie fell down some stairs at church and broke her foot. Mr. Norris Robertson spent about a week in the New Albany Hospital but has been moved now to Union County Health and Rehab on Bratton Road.  The family is hoping […]

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Eastern Lights, November 12, 2010

Good news of the week.  Little Mr. Max Bullock came home this week.  He now weighs four pounds and eight ounces.  He is the son of Jalon and Christy Whiteside Bullock.  Grandparents are Lania and Brenda Bullock and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Whiteside. Mr. Freddie Ketchum celebrated his ninety-sixth birthday at his home in Tippah […]

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