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NAHS tennis downs Amory

NAHS tennis competed against Amory on Monday, March 30 and defeated the Panthers 6-1. Below are the results. Boys Singles Devin Mills (NA) def. Jarrett Davis 6-1, 6-2 Boys Doubles Luke Wilson/Karl Capaning (NA) def. Jason Simpson/Howard Summers 6-4, 6-3. Luke Lawrence/Jacob Rowland (NA) def. Madison Francis/Andrew Ginn 6-1, 6-0. Girls Singles Megan Trixler (NA) […]

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EU archery picks up win over Lewisburg

East Union defeated Lewisburg on Monday, March 30 by a score of 2557-2437. Below are the individual results for the Urchins. Tanner Letson     236, David Wittkcamp 225, Nicky Greszler 222, Faith Graham 218, David Blackard 217,  Blake Farrar 213, David Smith 210, Taylor Roberts  210, Christa Dunaway    210, Zac Hutcheson 207, Meagan Mitchel 196 and […]

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Circuit court to hear asphalt issue soon

Following a hearing in Pittsboro Tuesday morning regarding a request to institute an injunction against Lehman-Roberts Asphalt Paving Co.’s completion of a new plant at 1305 Munsford Dr. in New Albany, Circuit Court Judge Henry Lackey determined that a final hearing would be heard on the matter within the next month. Plaintiffs in the case […]

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Obligation of being a moral voice

     For several years, leaders of the religious right have assumed the role of advocates for morality in America. Their vision of what is virtuous and true impacts almost every area of our personal and cultural lives — with one glaring exception.      When it comes to addressing issues of economic injustice, the religious right […]

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Obituaries for March 25, 2009

Paul E. Hunsucker, 81 Paul E. Hunsucker, 81, of Hickory Flat, died Sunday, March 22, 2009, at The Sanctuary Hospice House in Tupelo. He was born Dec. 27, 1927, in Michigan City to Dudley W. Hunsucker and Lennie Owens. He was Church of Christ and an auto mechanic. He loved fishing with his friends and […]

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Let the people vote

    For several years now members of the Alabama House and Senate have dodged the opportunity to allow Alabamians to decide for ourselves whether or not to rewrite our governing document by holding a constitutional convention. But this year there seems to be real momentum. This year it may happen.      The House and the […]

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County schools pick up wins in softball

Myrtle The Lady Hawks picked up two much needed wins Monday, defeating Falkner and Hickory Flat in Myrtle. Emily Cook picked up the win in the circle against Falkner in game one. The seventh grader gave up four runs on four hits, while Myrtle had a hge third inning of 12 runs to lead them […]

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WU junior to compete in Australia

A unique opportunity is offered to a unique athlete as West Union, as Matthew Gordon has been selected to run in Australia this summer. The junior is a member of the Eagles’ cross country and basketball teams, and admits his friends sparked his interest in running cross country. “I had some friends tell me i […]

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Urchins win three over the weekend

After defeating Mantachie 6-3 Friday night, the Urchins took on Walnut and Nettleton, defeating them to pick up three wins over the weekend. East Union 11 Walnut 1 Matthew Carter had three hits on the day as the Urchins picked up the 11-1win in five innings over Walnut on Saturday. Chandler Coleman picked up his […]

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The Cowarts united in marriage December 13, 2008

Beth Christina Grisham and Kevin Benjamin Cowart were united in marriage at First Baptist Church, Thomson, Georgia on December 13, 2008 at four o’clock in the afternoon. The double-ring ceremony was officiated by Dr. James M. Ramsey, pastor of First Baptist Church. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Ed Grisham of New […]

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