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Ingomar, West Union 2010 Homecoming Courts

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Supervisors to hire doctor for jail

As of April 1, 2011, The Union County Jail will have hired a medical doctor for the jail’s inmates. At Monday’s Board of Supervisors meeting, Union County Sheriff Tommy Wilhite said that a contract will have to be signed and in place by the beginning of April. He said, “The doctor will have to have […]

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Barbour and the stimulus

Well, our governor is at it again, touting a new “Broadband for Mississippi” web site, which is part of the state’s overall effort to increase high-speed internet access throughout the state. According to Gov. Haley Barbour’s announcement press release, the site, www.broadband.ms.gov, will allow Mississippians to learn more about broadband technology and what it means […]

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Goolsby sisters carry on homecoming tradition

Laura Beth Goolsby remembers the day like it was yesterday; dressing in a white gown and being crowned Homecoming Queen at Hickory Flat with sister, Leah Paige, at her side as the Freshman Maid. Almost three years to the day, older sister watched with excitement as her younger sibling earned the same honor at West […]

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Know baiting rules before hunting migratory birds

As Mississippi's 2010-11 waterfowl season kicks off, hunters, landowners, and farmers are reminded to become familiar with existing federal baiting regulations before hunting migratory birds.  Along with setting season frameworks, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) maintains the authority to enforce baiting regulations. The USFWS and MDWFP would like to remind hunters and farmers […]

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NEMCC to host holiday basketball tournament

Northeast Mississippi Community College’s Bonner Arnold Coliseum has been the hotbed of basketball in junior college for years.   For two days in December, Bonner Arnold Coliseum transforms into a hotbed for 18 of the best basketball teams in the state as the Kiwanis Club of Booneville hosts it annual basketball tournament at the legendary […]

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Lady ‘Dawgs’ soccer win third-straight shutout

The Lady Bulldogs opened division play on a strong note, posting their third straight shutout of the season, defeating Tishomingo County, 5-0, on Saturday. New Albany built a 4-0 lead in the first half, starting with a goal by Hannah Anderson, assisted by Martha Alef. Alef would later assist Morgan Odle on her goal, and […]

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Lady ‘Dawgs pull away from North Pontotoc

Different faces stepped up in a big way for the Lady Bulldogs, as they earned another divisional win, defeating North Pontotoc, 72-39, Monday night. New Albany has fought through a tough stretch of four games in the last six days to remain undefeated, but the the Lady 'Dawgs were challenged early by the hot shooting […]

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West Union falls to Mooreville on homecoming

West Union dropped a tough homecoming match-up against Mooreville, falling 57-49 Saturday night. Both teams battled throughout the first quarter, trading the lead, before a 9-0 run by the Lady Toppers gave the visitors the lead, 14-11, capped by a three-pointer near the end of the frame. The Lady Eagles cut the deficit to one […]

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Exciting games highlight Ingomar’s homecoming

Potts Camp had several opportunities to top Ingomar in their divisional battle Friday night, but the Falcons overcame several obstacles to defeat the Cardinals in overtime, 64-62. The Cardinals took a late one-point lead, 55-54 and LaQuain Foster tied the game to send it to the extra period. Once in overtime, Tanner McCollum took over […]

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