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    In today’s world, consumers have access to many absolutely marvelous electronic contraptions or devices that make our lives better and keep us informed about what’s happening around us and products and services that are available for our selection. It’s all great and we are a better nation for these opportunities.      The home computer […]

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EU-Myrtle celebrate senior night

East Union 63 Baldwyn 52 (g) East Union’s foul trouble could have cost them the game, but missed free throws and easy baskets came back to haunt the Lady Bearcats, as East Union held on for the 63-52 win on senior night. The Lady Urchins committed 10 fouls in the third quarter after building a […]

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Ingomar sweeps Rams to close division play

Ingomar 50 Vardaman 46 (G) The Lady Falcons connected on five-of-eight three-point attempts in the first quarter to take a 15-13 lead over the Lady Rams before outscoring Vardaman 17-8 in the second quarter to take a 32-21 lead at the half. Vardaman saw the Lady Falcons’ lead balloon to 42-29 in the third, but […]

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WU competes in three-team bowling match

West Union’s bowling teams recently playing in a three-team match with Starkville and East Webser, wih the Eagles and Lady Eagles coming out on top in both. On the girls side, West Union shut out Starkville and East Webster, winning all lanes, 8-0. Monica Gallik bowled the high series with a 356, while Jenna Nolley […]

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Northeast fire dept. to install smoke alarms in needy homes

As part of a Union county-wide fire safety program, firefighters with Northeast Union Fire Department will install smoke alarms in the homes of senior citizens, low income families and homes with children under 14. The detectors will be installed in owner occupied homes free of charge while supplies last. Mississippi’s rank as the leader in […]

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There are no dull moments if you’re paying attention

The famous Depression Era comedian/cowboy, Will Rogers, once told a story about a mountain lion who, after eating an entire bull, felt so good he started roaring. He kept it up until a hunter came along and shot him. The moral to Mr. Rogers’ story is that when you’re full of bull, keep your mouth […]

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BNA Bank announces promotions of five employees

On behalf of the BNA Bank board of directors, James R. Collins announces the following promotions. Mike Alef has been named Senior Vice President, Insurance and Investments.  He is a graduate of Tupelo High School and received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Mississippi.  Mike is licensed as a General Securities […]

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Sherman News

The Sherman Church of Christ youth went over to Wes and Raleigh Bass’ home after evening services, Feb. 1, to watch the Super Bowl. A singing school for the young men of Sherman Church of Christ started Sunday afternoon, Feb. 1, at 5 p.m. and was led by Ray Kennedy. A birthday party was held […]

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New Albany school board honors teachers of the year

Four teachers from the four schools within the New Albany School District were recognized as Teacher of the Year and District Teacher of the Year for 2008-2009. The four teachers recognized were Joan Nanney from New Albany Elementary School (NAES), Ranita Callicutt, social studies teacher at New Albany Middle School (NAMS), Alicia Robinson from New […]

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Hurricane News

Congratulations to Morgan Shettles and to Whitney Owens who were on the President’s List at ICC for the fall semester.  Congratulations to Daniel Robbins and to Landon Kidd who were on the Chancellor’s Honor Roll at the University of Mississippi for the fall semester.  Featured on TV’s Mississippi Crossroads were Native American artifacts collected by local anthropologist […]

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