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New Albany Elementary students receive training on dealing with bullying problem

School bullying was the topic of nationwide headlines earlier this year and sparked major controversy among students, teachers, and parents. In order to educate students locally, Mary Katherine Spencer of Sheltered Aid to Families in Emergencies (SAFE), Inc. came to New Albany Elementary School in mid-November to speak to the students about the importance of […]

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Gazette, city and county offices closed for holidays

In honor of the New Year holiday, the New Albany Gazette will be closed Friday, Dec. 31, 2010.  It will re-open for regular business hours on Monday, Jan. 3, 2011.  Editorial and advertising deadlines will not change. City and county offices will also be closed Friday, Dec. 31 and Monday, Jan. 3 for the New […]

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Circuit Clerk’s office open Jan. 1 and 8 for

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 […]

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Railroad Ave. crossing closed for repairs

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New addition leading Bulldogs

Eric Chaney has made a lot of adjustments since moving to New Albany from Chicago this school year. From the change in scenery and leaving the big city lifestyle he grew up in, the Bulldogs’ sophomore is slowly making a name for himself in the hotbed of Union County. “It was really difficult. The temperatures […]

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ICC hands out postseason soccer awards

Itawamba Community College soccer coach Mike Sullivan announced the award winners for the 2010 season at the annual ICC Soccer Banquet. Paige Zahller (New Albany) was voted team MVP and Most Outstanding Defensive Player for the Lady Indians. Shelby Brown (New Albany) was named Most Outstanding Offensive Player Trace Nabors (Tupelo) was named team MVP […]

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Northeast softball schedules winter clinic dates

Northeast Mississippi Community College’s softball program will hold a trio of mini softball clinics during its annual Winter Clinic on Saturday, January 29 at Booneville’s Westside City Park.   Northeast begins the day with an All Skills Camp from 8:30-10:30 a.m. The concept of the clinic is designed to cover the mechanics, skills and drills […]

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Former Tigers make appearances in bowl games

Five Northeast Mississippi Community College football players are continuing their playing careers in Football Championship Series (FCS) bowl games during the holiday season.   While most teams have already wrapped up their seasons, four former Tigers that play for Troy University and one that plays for the University of Southern Mississippi are busy preparing for […]

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UC Leadership Academy works to improve disc golf course

Disc Golf is a sport growing in popularity throughout the county, and with the higher demand of the game comes renovations to the current course. The staff of the New Albany Sportsplex are currently working to move the entire course to one side of Highway 78, the same that will boast the new tennis courts […]

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Creekmore elected to SBA at Millsaps College

Callie Creekmore of New Albany, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Creekmore has been elected to the 2010-11 Student Body Association Senate at Millsaps College.  She is a freshman at Millsaps College.   The SBA provides students an opportunity to participate in college government, acts for students in matters involving students interests, helps maintain a […]

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