Junta Club, September 17, 2010

The Junta Club held its first meeting of the 2010-2011 year at the home of Susan Feather on Tuesday, September 7, 2010.   This club was organized in 1933 with the motto, “An enrichment of life through a better adjustment of human relations”.   The programs for this club year will feature books on recent […]

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Northeast to offer cake decorating classes on the Booneville campus

Northeast Mississippi Community College’s Division of Continuing Education will offer two beginning cake decorating classes beginning in the month of October. On the Booneville campus the class meets on Tuesdays October 6-26 from 6-8:30 p.m. in Waller Hall.  Cost for the beginning cake decorating class is $50. Pre-registration is required for all Northeast continuing education […]

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Grant, West to wed September 25

Mr. Edward Grant of New Albany, Miss. and Mrs. Barbara Davis of Booneville, Miss. are proud to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Emily Jean Grant of New Albany to James Thomas West of Baldwyn. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. John Todd and the late Dorothy Todd and the late […]

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Center Hill News, September 17, 2010

Ms. Billie fell in her yard last week and broke her right arm. They did surgery on it this past Tuesday, put a plate and screws in and she is home recovering. Sure hope you will do as the doctor says…..and will be good as new in a short time, Ms. Billie. We had a […]

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Eastern Lights, September 17, 2010

The rain Friday afternoon was so welcome and refreshing.  I do believe it is the beginning of the fall growing season.  Guess we better get those turnip, mustard, radish and lettuce seeds in the ground.  Although, I noticed Robert and Jean Benefield already have a big patch growing. We send our sympathy to the families […]

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Macedonia News, September 17, 2010

Lou McQuary   On Thursday, Sept. 9, Jimmy and Jacob Shirley and Hunter McQuary traveled to Starkville to attend the MSU vs. Auburn football game.  Ashley Russell also attended.  They were some mighty disappointed dawg fans since State wasn’t able to pull out a victory.   The annual Garrison reunion was held Saturday, Sept. 11, […]

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UNITE now accepting grant applications

Union County/New Albany Initiative to Excel is now accepting grant applications for the 2010-2011 year.   Representatives of various non-profit organizations in Union County may pick up these applications during the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday at the New Albany Welcome Center, located at 135 East Bankhead Street.   The deadline for […]

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Award-winning writer to speak at September ‘Luncheon with Books’

An award-winning local writer will be featured at this month’s ‘Luncheon with Books,’ held at the Union County Library. Tupelo native Peggy Webb is known for writing in several genres, including humor columns, romance, literary women’s fiction and screenplays. The best-selling author has now ventured into comic mysteries, and the third book in her series, […]

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New Albany Garden Club hosting recycled birdhouse project

The New Albany Garden Club is encouraging students in New Albany and Union County schools, grades K-12, to participate in a recycling project to build a birdhouse.  The students are encouraged to use recycled materials such as plastic, aluminum, or wood to build a birdhouse. The students’ birdhouses will need to be delivered for display […]

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Riverfest Literary and Play Writing contest winners announced

Four groups of writers will be recognized during the Tallahatchie Riverfest Literary events to be held at 10:30 a.m., Sept. 24, 2010.   In the middle school competition, all winners came from the New Albany Middle School:  First place goes to Sasha Briggs for “Gardening,” second place goes to Christopher E. Watson for “The Fishing […]

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