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Tutor, Magruder to wed May 16

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Keith Tutor of New Albany are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Merrill Lynn Tutor of Oxford to Joshua Alexander Magruder also of Oxford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Neil Magruder of Brandon, Miss., formerly of Florence, SC. Merrill is the granddaughter of Ms. Bobbie Thompson of New […]

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Macedonia news

 Nancy Rhea’s mother, Mrs. Gladys White, died Thursday late afternoon at the hospital in Water Valley. Visitation was Saturday night from 5 to 7 p.m. Funeral services were Sunday at 3 p.m. Malcolm and I went to visitation Saturday night.   We went to first church Sunday morning but not to Sunday School. Shirley prepared […]

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Birth of Zion Listenbee

Zeke Listenbee and Cintia Listenbee of Canton, N.C. welcomed son Zion Magalhaes Listenbee into the world on April 29, 2009 at 9:18 a.m. He weighed 6 pounds and he’s 19 and 1/5 inches long. He is the grandson of Frank and Linda Listenbee of New Albany and Jose and Sueli Furtado of Rio de Janeiro, […]

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MHSAA rejects NAHS’ appeal

NAHS received word Tuesday afternoon from the Mississippi High School Activities Association (MHSAA) regarding their appeal on the results of the 4A State Tournament held last week. MHSAA ruled in favor of Itawamba, giving them their second state title in three years, while New Albany finished in second. NAHS coach Robert Garrett released this statement […]

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Eagles fall at State

West Union was not able to complete their astonishing run in the 2009 playoffs, as the Eagles fell to St. Aloysius 6-0 and 13-2 in the state championship last Thursday and Friday. After falling in game one, the Eagles were able to score the first two runs of game off of an RBI single by […]

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No lawnmower, no mowing

 My wife says it’s always the first sign of spring: I come into the house and mention that I think I’ve broken the lawnmower. Six weeks ago I wandered in and said that the mower was making a high-pitched squeal, and I was pretty certain it wasn’t normal. Jenny had told me last summer that […]

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Sherman News

 The Sunday “Out of School” Fellowship will be held May 31 at Sherman Baptist for college/career and youth. Grilled hamburgers will be served, and the youth will enjoy a time of basketball/volleyball in the gym after the evening service. The Pastor’s Pals Club is starting June 7 for grades K-6th at Sherman Baptist Church. Graduation […]

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Etta News

 The weeks roll around so fast and not being able to get about and learn much of the news of the community makes it difficult to come up about the residents.  As far as I know there has been none who had to face a tragedy of bad sickness or accidents in their paths which […]

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Ecru News

 Get well to Gavin Dyer who had his tonsils removed last week. He is the son of Jason and Heather Dyer. Happy birthday to Mary B. Todd who will celebrate May 14. May you have many more. Woodmen members from Lodge 423 Ecru who attended the State Convention at the Hilton in Jackson were: Chuck […]

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Hurricane News

 Congratulations to Amanda Waldron and to Byron Tate who were married at Thaxton Baptist Church on Saturday, May 16. Amanda is the daughter of Randal and Joyce (Williams) Waldron. VBS at Hurricane Baptist Church will be held from June 8-12 beginning at 6:00p.m – 8:30p.m. Kathy, Bradley and Brent Montgomery and Erica Montgomery attended the […]

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