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Ellistown Breezes

By Margaret McCraw I was so saddened to hear last Tuesday, January 20th, of the death of Lynwood Basden Roberts. Lynwood was a brother to Carolyn Roberts of our community and church and had suffered some time from a cancer. However, Carolyn did tell me he was able to attend their last family gathering which […]

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Eastern Lights

By Loretta Easley A big hello to all on this Monday, Jan. 19. The temperature reached the upper sixties and the temperature looks good for the next week. Some of the younger folk were out bare foot and in shorts today. I think we will be glad to see spring. Peggy Bell spent Monday with […]

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Soups to bowl you over

By Dr. Linda Mitchell Soup’s come a long way from the past, rising from Campbell’s “Mmm Mmm good,” to having a month set aside to recognize and honor the power and possibilities it can bring to the spoon. And what better month to be the official soup month than January, with cold temps and rainy […]

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Burglars get cash and drugs from Rite Aid pharmacy

  New Albany police were on the scene early Tuesday investigating a break-in at Rite-Aid Pharmacy in the Bramlett Shopping Center that apparently netted burglars a quantity of drugs and cash. When store staff arrived about 7:45 they entered and noticed the alarm system was not working properly, then saw the ATM near the front […]

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Tens of millions of retail dollars leaving county; officials planning to counter that

New Albany may be blessed with a vibrant downtown and bustling retail trade area in many respects, but we could be doing much better. According to an analysis presented by Retail Strategies, each year nearly $10.3 million is leaving Union County to be spent in other towns for groceries alone. Full-service restaurants in other towns […]

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E-911 upgrade to cost county $100,000-plus

Union County is going to have to spend at least $100,000 to bring its E-911 system up to date and meet federal standards. The current 911 hardware is obsolete by several years, part of it relies on Windows XP software that is no longer supported and the system is not in compliance with the federal […]

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From left are Colt Doom, BNA Bank; Joanne Lesley, Union County Development Association; Jacob Crane, Imperial Trading Co.; Ricky Tutor, Imperial Trading Co.; Mayor Tim Kent; Tom Buie, Imperial Trading Co.; Bobby Butler, Imperial Trading Co.; Rebeca Brantley, Three Rivers Planning and Development District; Mike Staten, BNA Bank; and Randy Dunnam, Union County Tax Assessor.

Imperial Trading Co., former grocery wholesaler, to expand

    The Imperial Trading Company on Carter Avenue held a ribbon-cutting Friday for construction of a 12,000-quare-foot addition to their warehouse. The addition will include a 4,000-square-foot cooler-freezer and add about 25 percent to their present 45,000 square feet of warehouse space. The business was originally Union Grocery, dating back to 1953. Imperial Trading […]

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Former city clerk dies at 100

A former city clerk for the City of New Albany died Sunday at the age of 100. Frances Dodds, formerly Frances Dorman, passed away at Aldersgate Personal Care in Meridian. Dodds served as city clerk for New Albany for 35 years.  She was also a member of First United Methodist Church. John David Pennebaker, who […]

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New bladder pacemaker offers help with incontinence

If there’s one thing that’s constant in life, it’s daily trips to the bathroom. However, frequent trips to the bathroom is another concern. William W. Johnson, M.D., gynecologist with The Center for Women’s Health in New Albany, is helping patients find a solution to bladder issues, specifically with urge incontinence and stress incontinence. When medicine, […]

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Retail Strategies

We’re not often impressed with consultants. Sometimes, we think, they make good money telling you what you already know or what you want to hear. But we think the decision several months ago by the Union County Development Association, backed by the city of New Albany and a local developer, to contract with Retail Strategies […]

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