By Margaret McCraw December 24th has a familiar ring, doesn’t it? Yea, it’s ole Ho Ho’s time to make his annual round. The air is filled with Christmas Carols and fun songs of the season. More people seem to be a little kinder and friendlier this time of year. Last Sunday was Kye Roberts 10th […]
By Loretta Easley A very Merry Christmas to all of you. When most of you read this it will be Christmas Eve and you will be entertaining your families with food and presents. The Christmas program, “The Night Before Christmas” was presented by the children of all ages Sunday night and was very good. There […]
Billy Jack Walker, 1019 Megginson Lane, Myrtle, 26, was charged with domestic violence and disorderly conduct at 10:49 p.m., Dec. 17, 2010. Scottie McClure, 1089 CR 219, Blue Springs, 32, was charged with a DUI (mittimus) at 5 p.m., Dec. 18, 2010. Willie Bo Dixon, 404 Garfield St., New Albany, 51, was charged with a […]
In honor of the season of giving and sharing, Renasant Bank put up a “Giving Tree” in the bank’s lobby to represent cancer survivors and cancer victims. Customers can purchase the purple ribbons for $10 and write a person’s name to go with the ribbon. The ribbons are in memory of or in honor of […]
Bobby Gault, a long-time member on the New Albany School Board of Trustees, was recently elected as the Secretary-Treasurer of the Mississippi School Board Association (MSBA). This election happened during the Fall Leadership Conference that was held in Nov. in Jackson, Miss. Gault has been a member of the New Albany School Board of […]
Gazette readers contributed $14,211 toward the 36th annual Sharing at Christmas program. The program, sponsored by the Gazette, provided 250 families with food assistance and toys for their children during the holidays. Most of the food and toys were distributed Friday. Each selected family received a large box of food. Families with children 10 and […]
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