River Players host ‘Classic Christmas Movie Nights’ this week

Are you looking to celebrate the season with some of your favorite Christmas holiday movies? Then New Albany will have just the opportunity this week. The Tallahatchie River Players will be hosting classic movies this Christmas at 7 p.m. each night, beginning this Thursday, Dec. 2 and running through Saturday, Dec. 4. Thursday night is […]

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NEMCC to host annuall all-star game

Northeast Mississippi Community College becomes the hotbed of football activity on Saturday, December 4 as the college hosts the thirty-seventh annual Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) All-Star Football Classic.   Thirteen of the Magnolia State’s 14 football playing schools are scheduled to participate in the annual classic.   MACJC State Champion Mississippi […]

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BMC partners for baseball, softball indoor facility

Blue Mountain College athletics recently formed a partnership with its next-door neighbor, the Dirt Cheap Regional Distribution Center, to establish an indoor practice facility for the Toppers baseball and softball teams. CCM Capital Assets, LLC, , the parent company of Dirt Cheap, is contributing the use of this space to BMC in support of the […]

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Tigers fall on the road at Meridian

Both men and women’s basketball teams for Northeast continued to struggle on the road during the 2010 season falling to Meridian Community College at Graham Gymnasium Monday night. Northeast men’s head coach David Robbins’ squad fell in the nightcap 76-69 while Ricky Ford’s Lady Tigers team came up short in the opener 81-74. The Tigers […]

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Four Tigers selected for MACJC All-Star game

Northeast Mississippi Community College’s football team continues to receive accolades since capping the year with its twelfth winning season in school history. Northeast (5-4, 4-2 in North Division) finished in a tie for the North Division runner-up spot claiming the Tigers fifth division runner-up finish in school history and first since the 1987 season when […]

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Hockey in Smashville

Union County needs a hockey team. Hear me out. I’ve never been a huge fan of the sport, as, like soccer, I have to watch it in person to fully enjoy what’s going on. Watching it on TV  just doesn’t do it for me, unless it’s the Stanley Cup Finals or World Cup. I’ve witnessed […]

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Lady Eagles hold on at EU

Leah Paige Goolsby and Allie Newby scored in double figures, as West Union held on for a six-point win over East Union, 45-39, Tuesday night. The Lady Urchins held a one-point advantage after the first frame before being outscored 25-17 over the next two quarters. Goolsby lead West Union with 15 points, followed by Newby […]

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Lucas, Washington help Lady ‘Dawgs top Ingomar

The New Albany Lady Bulldogs seemed to be in control from start to finish, as they cruised to a 70-32 victory over county rival Ingomar Tuesday night. After a clutch performance in Saturday’s win over Briarcrest, Micha Washington stepped up once again, providing a solid showing in the paint with 21 points. Kebrina Lucas stepped […]

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Travel “fun” with Huey

The thought of traveling around the country with your dog, as author John Steinbeck did in his book, “Travels with Charley,” has a certain romanticism about it. So when the family vet mentioned that my little 17-year-old  terrier mutt might be too old to board, I suggested that we would just take him with us […]

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Shop, and shop locally

The holiday season is here and for most of us, it’s the season when we do more spending than at any other time during the year. So, it’s a logical time to take stock of what we are going to purchase and whether the items can be bought locally. If an item can be purchased […]

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