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Congratulations to Scott and Stephanie Coomer and Anna Grace on the birth of their son and brother, Will Presley Coomer who weighed 8 lbs. He was born Wednesday, February 11. Proud grandparents are Lynn and Brenda Moody and Brenda Coomer. Get well wishes to Gretchin Moody who had surgery on both arms a week ago. […]

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New Albany Garden Club

The New Albany Garden Club (NAGC) met February 12, 2009 in the home of Beth Prater with 25 members, one associate member, and two guests present. President Betty Campbell called the meeting to order. She thanked Mrs. Prater and co-hostesses Mrs. Bethany Dalton and Mrs. J.J. Harris. She also expressed appreciation to Mrs. Lynn Madden […]

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Lady Falcons down DeSoto Central, WU wins three

Coach Richard Byrd was hoping to have a good showing during the Tupelo Softball Association Jamboree.  He got that and then some as the Lady Falcons picked up a wave of momentum heading into division play with a 2-1 win over 5A DeSoto Central Lady Jaguars on Saturday. Ingomar got on the board in the […]

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The Dinner Bell

Today’s  recipes are from an old cookbook with recipes from our state.   FROZEN FRUIT SALAD   1 ½ cups sour cream ½ cup powdered sugar Pinch of salt 2 tablespoons lemon juice ½ cp maraschino cherries, sliced 1 20-ounce can crushed pineapple 1 can white grapes 1 can apricots 1 envelope plain gelatin  8 […]

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Macedonia news

Nathan Holbrook, son of Larry Holbrook, made the President’s list. He is a student at Mississippi State University.  Nathan graduated from West Union High School. His grandmother Wanda Holbrook lives in Holly Springs. (She used to be my neighbor) Shelia Parker’s great-aunt, Lela McCauly is in Roselawn Nursing Home, but just for rehab because of […]

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New Albany to improve parts of Carter, Bankhead

The New Albany board of alderman Tuesday night voted to use its first round of Stimulus Package money to correct a drainage problem on Carter Avenue, as well as overlay new asphalt on sections of Bankhead and Carter. New Albany Mayor Tim Kent told the board that the city would receive $287,000 from the Mississippi […]

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Kennamore to run for NA Mayor

Jerry Kennamore of 101 Meadow Lane recently qualified to run for the Mayoral seat in the upcoming New Albany city elections and has now officially announced his candidacy. Kennamore previously served as Alderman of Ward 2 from 1989-1993 and Alderman of Ward 4 from 1997-2001.  He is reportedly the city’s only alderman ever to be […]

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New Albany School Board Meeting

The New Albany School Board meeting began with New Albany Mayor Tim Kent administering the oath of office to Board Member Mr. Bobby Gault. Gault was reappointed for five years on the board. He was appointed by the city of New Albany Board of Aldermen. He has been reappointed six times and this year begins […]

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Ribbon Cutting

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Wednesday, March 4, 2009 at Blue Springs’s new clothing store “Experienced Clothing and Accessories.” It is located in the old Rose Anthony Arts and Pottery building at 1183 Hwy 9 South. The store sells used and new clothes for the entire family, jewelry, purses, shoes, and pottery. The store […]

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James Boyd Mattox Jr. retires from BNA Bank Board of Directors

A retirement ceremony was held in the honor of Mr. James Boyd Mattox, Jr. on Tuesday, March 3, 2009 at the Magnolia Room at the Magnolia Civic Center. Mattox is retiring from the BNA Bank Board of Directors. He worked for BNA Bank from 1979-2008. Mattox is a former co-owner of the New Albany Sales […]

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