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Eastern Lights

 Hello to all, especially Ola Messer. I am glad to report that David is improving nicely and getting about without the walker some after another week at Baptist Memorial in New Albany. There has been so much happened since we have been gone.  We send our best wishes to Brother Charlie Ransier and family in […]

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‘Dawgs run over Bears

Bulldog fans had their first look at the 2009 squad last Friday night, as NAHS hosted their annual “Meet the Bulldogs” before a jamboree game versus Alcorn Central. The varsity ‘Dawgs, along with the junior high teams, varsity softball, cross country and band were all introduced, followed by exhibition the junior varsity and varsity exhibitions […]

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Hurricane News

 Belton and Ruth Berry, Margie Waldrop, and Bethany Kieper of Starkville visited with Melba Jeane and Lamar Russell during the weekend.  They had lunch with Bernis Graham at her home at Sand Springs.  Belton Berry was a player on the 1938 boys basketball team from Hurricane High that won the Northwest Mississippi State Champions and […]

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County football opens with first practice

Many Union Countians saw their dream come true Monday afternoon as the countywide football took the field for the first time. Around 90 kids were bussed to the New Albany Sportsplex, where the coaching staff spent the day teaching them basic warm-ups and fundamentals as a first step in fielding a team this season. “Right […]

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Ask Amy

 Dear Amy: I’m a 26-year-old woman with a degree in liberal arts and a job doing data entry for a retail corporation. I moved to a new city a year ago after having lived my whole life in a small college town. I’m having a really rough time here. I overspent myself into some serious […]

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New Haven News

 Hello, my name is Justin Bates.  I have been attending New Haven since 2002, and I am glad to be back this year. Our first day was Thursday, August 6, and we had 18 present.  Friends from last year who are back include: Martha Biggs, Katie Blythe, Ricky Joe Caviness, Deb Cook, Deborah Griffin, Alisa […]

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Teens and having a car

 My wife told me I shouldn’t write this column. She’s a bit superstitious about it, and she’s afraid I’ll jinx our son, Joe. The topic came up when I mentioned how Joe, who is a high-school senior over in Florence, Ala., has had his own car for more than a year now. He has had […]

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Obituaries for August 14, 2009

 James Gregory, 63 James Curtis (J.C.) Gregory, 63, died Monday, August 10, 2009 at home after a battle with colon cancer with his family surrounding him. J.C. was born and raised in Union County, MS.  In 1960 he moved to Aurora, IL. In 1981 he founded Jim’s Transmission in Aurora, IL.  In 1987 he opened […]

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Liberty School News

 Forty-seven attendees enjoyed an evening of fellowship, games, and a cakewalk along with a dinner of hamburgers, hot dogs, and homemade ice cream for the July 21st meeting of Liberty School. Lil Grisham welcomed those in attendance. Tony Brooks gave the invocation/blessing prior to dinner. Thanks to: Lil Grisham and David Crumpton for supplying and […]

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NEW HAVEN NEWS

 Hi, I am Jennifer Manning and I am beginning my second year at New Haven.  Last week was our first full week. Josh Turner and Essence Cannon who had been with us last year returned on Monday.  We now have 20 attending. We started going to the Healthplex on Tuesday and went again on Thursday.  […]

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