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Falcons, Lady Falcons fall on final day of tourney

Calhoun City 71 Ingomar 58 (girls) The Lady Falcons were unable to bounce back after falling to Houlka, 60-34, Thursday night, as Calhoun City won the consolation game of the 2-1A division tournament last Friday. Kayla Stevens led Ingomar with 18 on the night, while Maggie Cobb added 14. Ebony Williams led all scorers with […]

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Birthdays of Madison Elizabeth and Mason Kirk Green

Madison Elizabeth and Mason Kirk Green celebrated their third birthday with a pirate and princess party at West Jackson Baptist Church in Tupelo. Their parents are Jamie and Kirk Green of Saltillo. Their grandparents are Jane Gadd, Tommy Gadd, Kim and Jay McKee and Sammy and Tina Green. Their great-grandparents are Delma Dismuke, Madge Curbow […]

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The Camerons renew their vows

Annette Cameron (Dozier) and Rayfield Cameron Sr.  of New Albany are renewing their wedding vows after 34 years of marriage on Saturday, February 21, 2009. They were married on February 22, 1975 in Annette’s grandmother’s home. Annette is the daughter of Tommy Lee Dozier Sr. and the late Autry Dozier. Her grandparents are the late […]

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Birthday of Lacey Marie Jackson

Lacey Marie Jackson celebrated her third birthday on January 4, 2009. She celebrated on January 24th with a party at home with family and friends. Helping her celebrate was her big sister Destiny who turned 9 years old on January 15, 2009. She is the daughter of Jeff and Beverly Jackson. Her grandparents are Peggy […]

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Birth of Anna Marie Stewart

Susan and Andrew Stewart of Simpsonville, SC welcomed daughter Anna Marie Stewart into the world on October 6, 2008 at 4:30 p.m. in Simpsonville, SC. She weighed 6 pounds, 10 ounces and was 19 1/2 inches long. She is the granddaughter of Vickie Stewart of Myrtle, Miss., Mike Stewart of Simpsonville, SC, and Richard and […]

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Auto industry must make some sacrifices too

The Senator from the State of Maryland, Barbara Mikulski, a Democrat who sponsored legislation within the Stimulus Bill to bail out General Motors and Chrysler, recently advised, “No matter how much government aid we give to the Big Three auto makers, they can’t survive if consumers don’t start buying cars.” It would be hard to […]

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Engagement of Danielle Brozenec to Pvt. Jeremy Files

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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Aldermen give extension on Martintown roadway

The New Albany board of Aldermen approved an deadline extension on the projected finish date for roadway work at the Martintown Industrial site. Mike Waters, project manager and engineer for Mendrop-Wages Engineering, made the request to the board last week. “We request an extension on the Community Development Block Grant project (CDBG) because we’ve had […]

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Ellistown Breezes

I am not a dedicated football fan, but yes I did watch most of the Super Bowl and certainly “got my money’s worth.”  What a game!  No wonder the headlines on sports page this morning (Monday) read “Holmes sweet Holmes.”  Player Holmes (10) on Pittsburgh Steelers caught the  football in he air, held his feet […]

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Hawks outlast Ashland, East Union ends season

Myrtle 76 Ashland 58 (boys) The Hawks were able to comeback after falling behind early versus Ashland Tuesday night. Tony Hill hit three three pointers in the first quarter to give the Blue Devils the early advantage. Ashland also took advantage of early foul trouble by Myrtle’s Jimel Judon, who had to sit out the […]

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