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Online records become online inaccessible

      Recently, an Alabama newspaper editorialized that, “Mississippi can and should do better than rank last among U.S. states for putting government information on line.” While the newspaper is absolutely correct, it is sad that this statement of truth must come from an out-of-state publication and not be championed by a newspaper  or member of […]

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Robbins turns one year old.

Savannah Morgan Robbins celebrated her first birthday on February 20, 2009 in her home. Her theme was Baby Einstein. There were about 20 special people in attendance. She was born on February 19, 2008. Her parents are Brandon and Kim Robbins of Ingomar. Savannah has a sister named Cadence. Her grandparents are Corinne Nowlin and […]

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Nathan Colt Chism turns three.

Nathan Colt Chism celebrated his third birthday on February 14, 2009 at Chuck-E-Cheese. The theme for his party was dump trucks and family and friends were invited. Nathan is the son of Angela and Brian Chism of New Albany. He has two brothers named Ryan and Kaleb. He is the grandson of Bill and Doris […]

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Colin Allen Hogue turned two years old.

Colin Allen Hogue recently celebrate his second birthday on December 11, 2008. He is the son of Candy and Brandon Hogue of New Albany. The theme for his party was Spongebob Squarepants and was held in his home. Family and friends attended the party. He has one brother named Mason and one sister named Hailey. […]

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Irene Read turned 90 years old.

Irene Read of Mound City celebrated her 90th birthday with five generations of her family at her son Jim’s home in Algoma. Irene Read is in the center. Pictured from left to right: Jim Reed, son; Addie Reed, great-great granddaughter; Robert Reed, great-grandson; Steve Reed, grandson.  

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NAHS finishes first and second in golf

NAHS recently competed in a five-team match at Oaks Country Club. Complete results are as follows: Boys New Albany 1st 156- Austin Holt 38, Laden Stanford 39, Tucker Holmes 37, Peyton Dunlap 49, and Sam Cooper 42. Amory 2nd 157- Dane Christensen 34, Barrett Edens 36, Will Thompson 43, Mitchell Baxter 44, and Drake Avery […]

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Christopher Shaffer turned five years old.

Christopher Shaffer recently celebrated his fifth birthday on January 10, 2009. He is the son of  Bro. Don and Christy Shaffer of Batesville. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Don Beasley of New Albany and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Shaffer of Poolville. He has one sister, Kayla Shaffer, age 1. His great-grandparents are […]

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Bill to limit land seizures awaits Gov. veto

     Economic developers and those individuals and organizations involved in the attraction of industry and business to our state, have a strong ally in Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour. They are not as popular or considered quite as essential to our existence by the State’s legislature.      Following a favorable vote by the State Senate, the […]

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Coldwater outlasts Hawks

Despite several runs in the second half, the Hawks were unable to defeat Coldwater for the second time in a row, as they lost 73-71 in the 1A State Championship Thursday night. After watching the Cougars miss both free throws with 2.7 seconds remaining, the Hawks had an opportunity for one final play to try […]

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Charity needs greater during poor economy

   One of the really bad effects of an economy experiencing a downturn such as the one we are in today, are the choices many people have to make with their money. Unfortunately, in order to survive, lots of people who are good stewards of their churches and charity in general, cease to make contributions, […]

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