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All systems go for fueling up at New Albany/Union County airport, officials say

After several months of deliberation, airport board members, Cook Coggins Engineering, Inc., and city officials determined that fuel is now ready to be sold at the New Albany-Union County Airport. Alderman-At-Large Dan Skinner said, “We are now selling gas at the airport.” Cook Coggins engineer Roland Humphrey sent out a letter on October 1, 2008 […]

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Past will meet the present during Ingomar Mound Day

Tomahawk throwing, ancient weapons demonstration and ancient Indian mounds all come alive this Saturday at the 6th annual Ingomar Mound Day. Ingomar Mound Day will take place this Saturday, October 11, 2008 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. It is free and open to the general public, weather permitting. There will be tours of the […]

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NA school board honors speech and debate coach

The New Albany Public School Board meeting had more visitors than normal at the monthly board meeting. Commendations were given to various recipients and principals from New Albany Elementary School (NAES), New Albany Middle School (NAMS), and New Albany High School (NAHS) all spoke at the meeting too. The board began by giving out commendations. […]

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NA aldermen hire Pontotoc attorney for asphalt case

The city of New Albany will have new legal representation in litigation regarding the zoning of 1305 Munsford Drive when the matter goes before the Union County Circuit Court Monday. The New Albany board of aldermen voted to employ the counsel of Pontotoc attorney Phil Tutor during its monthly meeting Tuesday evening. City attorney Bobby […]

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Supervisors approve out-of-state training for rescue team

In the effort of improving response to a potential emergency, the Union County Urban Search and Rescue team will soon be headed out of state to undergo training. The Union County Urban Search and Rescue team requested approval for the dive team to use the county truck to cross the state line and go to […]

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Circuit Court hearing set for asphalt case appeal

Following the filing of a motion of appeal by plaintiffs in the case against the city of New Albany concerning the zoning status of 1305 Munsford Drive, a circuit court hearing was set for Monday, Oct. 13 earlier this week. The plaintiffs are seeking to appeal a recent board of aldermen decision to uphold the […]

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New Albany School District begins construction projects at three sites

Construction at New Albany Schools can be seen by students daily as they walk to class throughout the week. Projects are being completed at the elementary school, middle school and high school. At New Albany Elementary School (NAES), a 10,500 square foot physical education building is being built at the cost of approximately $850,000, according […]

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Students learn skills while working on drainage project at New Albany school

Students at the School of Career and Technical Education at New Albany High School are learning marketable skills and practical applications to solve a drainage problem at the school. Earl Richards, director of School of Career and Technical Education, said, “Every time it rains here, the water will build up to three inches of rain […]

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Soap making suds for Union County resident

People have different hobbies and passions in life, and for New Albany resident Judy Branch, her passion is soap. Branch owns Fabulous Fragrances LLC, her own soap company, specializing in 18 different fragrances, with scents ranging from vanilla bean to jasmine to magnolia. She recently added kudzu and pumpkin spice to her list. Branch has […]

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