Super-Couponing Tips

Jill Cataldo saves hundreds by making the most of the common coupon. You can, too. Here’s how. Does policy equal uniformity? By Jill Cataldo CTW Features Have you taken a few minutes to familiarize yourself with your favorite stores’ coupon policies? Most stores have a written coupon policy, which you usually can find on the […]

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From left are  Ismael Mendoza, Charlessa McKenzie, Lori Beth Elder, Walter Grace, Price Livingston, Patrick McKenzie, and David Messer.

Baptist Hospital contributes to New Haven van fund

Baptist Memorial Hospital-Union County recently donated $1,000 to the New Haven Center for Special Needs Adults to assist with transportation and other needs of the center. Representatives of the New Haven Center expressed their appreciation to Walter Grace, CEO/Administrator. From left are Ismael Mendoza, Charlessa McKenzie, Lori Beth Elder, Walter Grace, Price Livingston, Patrick McKenzie, […]

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Just relaxing on Memorial Day

What did you do on Memorial Day? We stayed home. We did some house cleaning and grilled hot dogs. That’s about it. We didn’t do a whole lot the entire weekend. Jenny and I don’t have any interest in car racing, NASCAR or otherwise, so we didn’t even watch the two big races in Indianapolis […]

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One board spot left

The election of Kevin Dale White to the New Albany Board of Aldermen leaves only one of the five spots to be decided. In Ward 4, first-term incumbent Will Tucker faces a challenge from businessman Terry Medlin. That race will be tallied in the general election June 4. The rest were decided in the Democratic […]

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Fernandez signs with Northwest soccer

An intricate part of New Albany’s success in soccer, Anthony Fernandez will continue his career in the sport after signing with Northwest Community College on May 17. The former Bulldog has sparked the offense for several years, standing out in the 2012-2013 season, scoring 52 goals, smashing the former record of 28. In the final […]

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Urchins end season at state finals

East Union opened quickly but could not hold on in game two of the 2A state championships last Friday. After falling in game one of the series last Wednesday, the Urchins were needed a win on Friday to force the series to a deciding game three. Offensively, East Union did what was needed in the […]

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Pride at graduation

It’s graduation week in our area high schools. By this evening 301 seniors, up from 274 last year, will have gotten their diplomas in the New Albany and Union County schools. Last night East Union Attendance Center graduated 58 and Ingomar graduated 42. Tonight 43 will graduate at Myrtle Attendance Center and 30 at West […]

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Too many bells and whistles?

Now, don’t get me wrong. Jenny loves her car and she has no interest in getting a different one. She drives it back and forth to work in Oxford and it has never let her down. She’s rolled up more than 80,000 miles, and it still looks about as nice as the day she first […]

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Farmer’s Market

The Biscuits and Jam Farmers’ Market has kicked off its second season on a vacant property between Fred’s and the Tallahatchie River Bridge. Moving the Saturday morning event to the prominent downtown spot last year turned out to be very successful. The market will be open from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. each Saturday until […]

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Competitors in the Mississippi Bluegrass Competitions and the Down From the Hills Heritage Music Festival ranged from young to old and came from five different states to compete.

Music festival draws competitors from five states, audience as far away as New York

Competitors from Illinois, Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas and Mississippi gathered at the Union County Fairgrounds Saturday for the 4th Mississippi Bluegrass Competitions and the 12the Down From the Hills Heritage Music Festival. There were 71 individual competitors and seven bands, and the sounds of Mississippi’s old-time music resounded throughout the fairgrounds. “This was one of our […]

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