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NAHS tennis defeats Itawamba AHS

NAHS tennis competed against Itawamba last week and defeated the Indians 6-1. Below are the results. Boys Singles Cam Clark (NA) def. Gylnn Brown 6-3, 7-6. Boys Doubles Karl Capaning/Luke Wilson (NA) def. Will Maxie/Kyle Murphee 6-1, 6-0. Jacob Rowland/Luke Lawrence (NA) def. Soloman Ring/Andrew Barnes 6-0, 6-0 Girls Singles Courtney Collins (IAHS) def. Callie […]

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Former N. A. resident debuts her first album Divine Favor

Former New Albany resident Michele Mundy recently produced, wrote and performed her debut album Divine Favor. The 34-year-old has been interested in music almost her whole life. “Music has always been a part of me. At the age of four, my mom noticed my singing voice,” said Mundy. She started singing with the Watson Grove […]

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Senate backbone continues to lack enough strength to override veto

      The success of the Mississippi House of Representatives to override Governor Haley Barbour’s veto of the bill  providing much needed public protection from the now unrestricted eminent domain powers and the failure of the Mississippi State Senate to have the backbone to finish the job for the people of this state, most certainly points […]

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Fast-pitch season winds down

Potts Camp 2 West Union 0 The Lady Eagles’ offense could not produce any runs as they were shocked by Potts Camp in the first game of their doubleheader Tuesday. The Lady Cardinals put two runs on the board in the first, and West Union looked to respond, as Claire Wilkerson led off with a […]

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Diversity among the so-called “liberal” clergy

     One of my teachers would frequently remind us that categorizing people by means of narrow labels is just another way of not having to think deeply about them. It happened to me a few years back as I was trying to make a case for why Bible believers should oppose the public display of […]

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WU takes second at State Bowling Tournament

There was no repeat for the Lady Eagles, as they took second place at the State Bowling Tournament last Saturday. The Lady Eagles led after the qualifying round with a score of 2,760. West Union faced off against Pisgah in the finals, and fell 4-0. Jenna Nolley led the Lady Eagles in the finals with  […]

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Obituaries for April 1, 2009

J.W. Hodum, 66 J.W. Hodum, 66, of Walnut, died Wednesday, March 25, 2009 at Baptist East Hospital in Memphis, Tenn.  He was born June 1, 1942 to the late James Earnest and Minnie Mae Mathis Hodum.  He was affiliated with the Methodist Church. He was the owner of Hodum Logging, Inc. Services were at 11 […]

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NAHS golf picks up wins at Booneville CC

NAHS golf competed at Booneville Country Club on Monday, March 30. Both the boys and girls picked first place finishes in the match. Below are the results. New Albany 161 1st Austin Holt 41, Tucker Holmes 38, Sam Cooper 40, Peyton Dunlap 45 and Blake Conlee 42. Booneville 176 Trey Maddox 44, Hunter Prather 47, […]

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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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