NAHS News, October 27, 2010

Cecelia Lemus   NAHS students were terribly saddened this weekend to learn of the passing of one of our greatest teachers, Ms. Paula Windham. Our hearts and prayers go out to her family, as we will miss her smiling face every day. We will all truly miss a truly wonderful, optimistic, wise, and inspiring teacher. […]

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New Albany High School reschedules Senior pictures for Nov. 10

New Albany High School Senior composite pictures that were to be taken on Oct. 27, 2010 has been rescheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2010.     All seniors are asked to wear their senior jerseys or a maroon t-shirt because the senior class photo will be taken that day as well.  

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Playhouse, October 27, 2010

The crunch of golden leaves under my feet and the sweater-temp mornings join to carry me to my childhood and the memories of those fall days. The county schools followed a fall break schedule that lasted several weeks – not for vacations or camps but for extra hands to help with harvesting. In those days, […]

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Hurricane News, October 27, 2010

The community continues to be a hub of activity with the Wise Farms Corn maze and other entertainment options for the youngsters and for the young at heart on Shady Grove Road.  Behind the community center at Hurricane is the Haunted Forest which will continue through this weekend.  Bullard’s Grocery has extended their hours for business […]

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Sherman News, October 27, 2010

Cravin’ Catfish will be sponsoring a “Thanksgiving Day Lunch” from 11 a.m. through 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 25, at the restaurant.  They will be serving a “traditional” Thanksgiving lunch for both dine-in and carry out (only for the churches who notify in advance) lunches.   Owners Gerald and Becky Hegan are providing the free […]

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Union County Heritage Museum to host Ingomar Mound Day Saturday

Stargazers, archaeology enthusiasts, and people that love learning about history and ancient weapons, need to come out to the Ingomar community this Saturday afternoon for the annual Ingomar Mound Day. Festivities will include star gazing with telescopes, object identification, tours of the Ingomar mounds, ancient weapons demonstrations and trail walks to Ingomar Mounds The event […]

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NAHS “Can The Principal” Food Drive

The Mu Alpha Theta Club at New Albany High School is sponsoring a “Can The Principal” Canned Food Drive during the week of November 15. The goal is to bring enough canned food items that the principal will be “kicked out” of his office on Friday November 19.   Freshmen should bring canned goods on […]

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Absentee Voting

The Union County Circuit Clerk’s office will be open from 8 a.m. to noon this Saturday for absentee voting for the Nov. 2 election.    

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Medlin announces candidacy for Ward 4 seat

New Albany resident Terry Medlin has announced that he will run for the New Albany Board of Aldermen’s Ward 4 post. Medlin, 59, is a 1974 graduate of Mississippi State University, where he received a bachelor of science degree in business management. He has worked in the furniture industry for the past 36 years and […]

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Broom enters Ward 4 race

Tim Broom, a resident of New Albany, announced this week his plans to run for the Ward 4 alderman seat in New Albany. Broom, 51, a lifelong resident of the city, has previously been employed with Capitol Loans of New Albany, Aerus Electrolux and Whitehead Appliance. He is the husband of Mellisa Broom and they […]

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