Indians present another tough test for Bulldogs

New Albany’s road to a potential division championship continues this Friday night with the Bulldogs hosting district foe, Itawamba. The Indians have had New Albany’s number for several years, with the ‘Dawgs last winning in 2005. This game is yet another challenge for the undefeated Bulldogs. “Last week was a huge hump getting over Pontotoc […]

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On to the next one

Myrtle and West Union easily handled their opponents in the opening round of the 2010  playoffs, with both advancing to second round action. The Lady Hawks opened their playoff run hosting Coffeeville and defeating the Lady Pirates, 15-0 in both games of the series. Myrtle scored seven runs in the first inning of game one, […]

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Creekmore earns second ‘Player of the Week’ honor

After sparking the Bulldogs' second half comeback at Pontotoc last Friday, junior Josh Creekmore was once again named the Bulldogs' “Player of the Week.” Creekmore recorded 12 tackles and 89 yards in kickoff returns, including an 80-yard touchown return that led to 31-straight points by New Albany. Pictured with Creekmore is NAHS head coach Ron […]

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NEMCC softball prepares for alumni weekend

Northeast Mississippi Community College’s softball program continues to plan for its first-ever alumni weekend. Northeast head coach Jody Long set the date for the weekend to coincide with the 2010 Homecoming at the college and also with the induction of former Lady Tiger softball coach David Carnell into the Northeast Sports Hall of Fame on […]

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Alderman Tucker dies in surgery

Bill Tucker, a member of the New Albany Board of Aldermen, died Tuesday while in surgery at the Birmingham, Ala., hospital. Tucker, 48, had had recurring health problems and was undergoing surgery  at the University of Alabama Medical Center because of a staphylcoccus infection. Tucker was serving his third term on the Board of Aldermen. […]

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Quinn named presenter at ‘Mississippi Writers: Alive and Well’ program

The Mississippi Humanities Council and the Itawamba Community College Honors Council will present “Mississippi Writers: Alive and Well” at 6 p.m., Oct. 21. Blue Mountain College Learning Center Director Anna Quinn of New Albany will present the event in the Crubaugh Technical Education seminar room at the ICC Fulton campus. Quinn, a recently retired English […]

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West Union Beauty Review Young Miss winners

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Salon 207 Ribbon Cutting

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Stroud attended journalism conference at Ole Miss

Caroline Stroud, a senior at New Albany High School, recently attended the annual Mississippi Scholastic Press Association journalism conference held in Farley Hall on the Ole Miss campus on September 24, 2010.   Serving as the newly elected 2010 MSPA president, Caroline’s first duty was to welcome all new and returning students and inform them […]

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Window Display Winner

The New Albany Main Street Association sponsored the “Main Street Window Display” contest from September 1 – 21.    Congratulations to “Merle Norman,” the winner of the 2010 Main Street Window Display Contest.   The participating stores that took part in this event were: Bankhead Flowers & Fine Gifts, Bankhead Gallery, Barbara Tyre, Bead Shack, […]

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