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Birth of Rebecca Jones

Jeff Jones and Shannon Lorrine Nelson of Tupelo, Miss. welcomed daughter Rebecca Lorrine Jones into the world on Feb. 7, 2011 at 4:15 p.m. at the North Mississippi Medical Center Women’s Hospital in Tupelo. She weighed 8 pounds, 6 ounces and measured 19 ¾ inches long. Rebecca is the granddaughter of William Jones and Bonnie […]

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Findling, Weston to wed April 4

Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Findling of Moberly, Mo., formerly of the Jericho community, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Kristina Ann Findling of Columbia, Mo. to James Lee Weston of Sturgeon, Mo., son of Mrs. Donna Weston and the late Barry Weston of Sturgeon. The bride-elect is a 2004 graduate of East […]

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Stricklen, Williams to wed Feb. 26

Mrs. Helen Stricklen and the late Burlie Stricklen of New Albany, Miss. are proud to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Amanda Michelle Stricklen to Thomas Christopher Williams, both of Jonesboro, Ga. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Rutherford of Blue Mountain and the late Mr. […]

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Ellen Tarrant named 2010-11 DAR Good Citizen

The Ish-te-ho-to-pah Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is pleased to announce New Albany High School senior Ellen Tarrant as its DAR Good Citizen for the 2010-2011 school year. The purpose of the DAR Good Citizens program and scholarship contest is to encourage and reward good citizenship. The honor is based on the […]

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AT&T makes 3G coverage available in New Albany

National telecommunitcations provider AT&T announced Monday that its  mobile broadband network is now available in New Albany, extending access for advanced mobile services, devices and audio and video content to customers in the area. Both Mississippi State Sen. Nickey Browning and Rep. Margaret Ellis Rogers applauded the announcement. “Having access to better coverage and service […]

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Playhouse, February 23, 2011

The view outside my “playhouse” doesn’t extend for great distances. I’m content and blessed to see the grandchildren growing, our children maturing spiritually, and families and friends expanding and increasing in value. Most would call it the “simple” life. However, if I step away from my small world syndrome, pull the shades for a broader […]

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Hurricane News, February 23, 2011

A look at the calendar shows that February is quickly coming to an end, and daylight savings time will begin on March 13.  Spring officially begins on March 20.  The jonquils are beginning bloom at the old High place that enters Ty Whiskey Bottom as the long-handled well pump stands close to the old house site as […]

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Sherman News. February 23, 2011

The Sherman Fire Department is hosting an EMR (Emergency Medical Responder) refresher class to be held at 6 p.m. March 7, 10, 15, and 21 in the Sherman Library.  This refresher class and 20 hours of education is required every two years. All four nights must be attended to complete the certification. No pre-registration is […]

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Ingomar News, February 23, 2011

 By Dana Bramlitt    Hello Falcon supporters, this is Dana Bramlitt here with the weekly news.  Last week was the end of the basketball season for the Falcons; however, we are proud of their achievements and hard work. Spring pictures were taken on Friday, Feb. 18. The baseball team started their season on Saturday, Feb. […]

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Myrtle News, February 23, 2011

By Lauren Crouch   Hi everyone! This week at Hawk Headquarters we are actually not too busy. However, we do have some upcoming events we would like to recognize. Our boys’ basketball team won the North Half, and we are very proud of them for bringing us back to the “big house” in Jackson to […]

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