Union County will be well represented in this year’s Northeast Mississippi Coaches Association Baseball All-Star game, as 12 athletes from the five schools were selected for this year’s game. Ashley Russell of West Union was also selected as one of the coaches. Below are the team’s selected by the area coaches. 1A/2A NEMCABB All-Star baseball […]
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I would like to start this week by wishing Wayne Dye a speedy recovery from his recent surgery. At this writing, I have been told that he has gone home and is doing better. The City bowling tournament was this past weekend, and I am sorry to say that I do not have the results […]
Myrtle and Ingomar will square off this afternoon at 4:00 at Myrtle. If the Falcons take game 2, game 3 will follow at 7:30 at Ingomar due to the threat of rain later this evening into Wednesday. Be sure to read the New Albany Gazette on Friday for a series wrap-up as well as a […]
The WMU will meet at Sherman Baptist Church Friday, May 8, at 12:30 p.m. Graduation recognition will be held Sunday, May 17, at Sherman Baptist. The high school graduates are Brian Ard, Katie Christian, and Hayden Grant. The college graduates are Stefanie Christian and Trey Hill. A pot luck lunch will be held following the […]
In looking outside seeing the new life in dead looking trees shows that nature is doing the seasons dressing for another years. But the wardrobe has not changed. No trouble keeping up with the style as it always stays the same not one year in and another year out, no problem to solve there. Not […]
In case you missed it, our governor is meddling with the state’s right of eminent domain or, in other words, their ability to take your land away from you and give it to another private party to make money with. Calling a special session to take place next week, Governor […]
Starting a household budget and sticking to it is analogous to living a health-conscious lifestyle. Just as exercise and a good diet are needed to stay physically healthy, wise spending and living within your means are needed to stay financially healthy. With a bit of discipline and an eye to keeping records, you’ll […]
The Sunshine Inn in Myrtle celebrated three birthdays on March 26, 2009. The birthdays included Gladys Davis, James Schrock, and Administrator Brenda Stout.
Allen and Susan Rossell of New Albany are proud to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Miss Kari Dawn Rossell of New Albany to Mr. George “Trey” Edward Niswonger III of Pontotoc. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Cary and Wilma Cobb of New Albany, Darrell Rossell of Ingomar, the late Mary […]
The proud parents, Yvonne Brozenec of New Albany and Bruce Brozenec of Woodridge, Il. would like to announce the engagement of their daughter Danielle Brozenec to Pvt. Jeremy Files, the son of Donald and DeeDee Files of New Albany. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late John and Mary Jane Zinzer of New Albany […]
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- New Albany High School principal honored as state principal of the year at Washington, DC institute October 7, 2015
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- State Main Street president says local program one of best in state October 7, 2015
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