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The South Corner

Hello, I hope this article finds all well. We still have a lot of sickness in our area. To mention a few is Mrs. Govie Culver who is in Baptist Memorial Hospital – Union County in New Albany. She was feeling a bit better onTuesday. Mrs. York’s grandchild is having knee problems. Payton Murry will […]

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Eastern Lights

How about that snow Saturday night and early Sunday morning? For sure it can bring out the child in me.  It was so pretty, soft and white. That snow cream was good too. Spring is just ahead and I am ready to plant some garden vegetables. Saturday, I went to the Shady Grove community and […]

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The Theatre Scene

The downtown Cine’ stage has been transformed into the 1950’s Korean 4077th M*A*S*H unit.  The mess hall, (cafeteria) the “swamp”,( doctors tent) and the nurses’ tent have all been constructed by the TRP construction crew for the upcoming  M*A*S*H production set for April 2, 3, & 4 at & 7:30.   Since starting this production, we’ve […]

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Etta News

 It seems that the warm temperature has been with us the last few days with the temperature registering in the 80’s.  I heard the first whippoorwill singing one night after the sun went down just before dark, the time they usually begin their evening singing.  I enjoy sitting on the front porch in the cool […]

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Macedonia news

Brother Futral’s sermon on first Monday night was outstanding! The singing was very good. The church and choir loft were full. It was a very good service. Senior Pastor Brother James Lewis of DeSoto Hills Baptist Church preaches Monday and I am sure we will have a very good service. Both choirs, Macedonia and Amaziah, […]

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Sherman News

A Good Friday Eve fellowship and supper for youth and college/career will be held Thursday, April 9, at Sherman Baptist. A Good Friday Children’s Activity is scheduled for Friday, April 10, at Sherman Baptist. Food will be served at 6:30 p.m., and an Easter egg hunt with flashlights will follow at 7:30 p.m. Games will […]

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NAHS student to attend MS School of the Arts

New Albany High School sophomore Crystal McKee will soon get a change of scenery this fall when she starts her classes at Mississippi School of the Arts (MSA) in Brookhaven. McKee said that she is extremely happy and excited to learn new tools and concepts pertaining to visual arts. “The Mississippi School of the Arts […]

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Ingomar students D.A.R.E. to stand up to peer pressure

Fifth grade students at Ingomar Attendance Center from Ms. Sprouse and Ms. Jackson’s classes recently completed a 10-week D. A. R. E. program. D. A. R. E. stands for Drug Abuse Resistance Education. This program provides students with information and skills that they need to live drug and violence-free lives. A graduation ceremony was held […]

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Liberty School News

The March 17, 2009 meeting of Liberty school friends and supporters began with a welcome by Lil Grisham. E. M. “Boots” Herring gave the invocation/blessing prior to the covered dish dinner. There were 29 in attendance. In the business session Jewel Rowan gave the financial report and Joanne Gaines read minutes from the January meeting. […]

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Etta News

With the coming of spring is the return of the little hummingbirds, my little entertainers, who have also come back to give me something to do by watching them come and go around their feeders for their nourishment for another season.  It’s amusing how they go to some other location for the winter months, then […]

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