Getting set for visitors

It’s an exciting time in the world of New Albany and Union County tourism with the announcement last week that the Tanglefoot Trail is on its way to becoming a reality. The state announced that the last funding piece, $4.5 million in federal money administered through the state Department of Transportation, is being provided for […]

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Former NAHS student Felicia Dunn becomes CPA, corporate accountant

Felicia McGaha Dunn, a 1998 graduate of New Albany High School, is an accountant with the Georgia-Pacific Corporation.  She serves as a Senior Accountant in the Corporate Accounting Group and works at the headquarters office in Atlanta, Georgia. Her job responsibilities include:  handling the accounting for most corporate inter-company debt, the legal entity accounting for […]

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Kiwanis Club presents city with American flag

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Playhouse, September 8, 2010

The final days of summer are on schedule for their exit! I don’t mean to be sad, but Labor Day, the caboose of summer, leaves me with more melancholy than mirth. I’ve stored such wonderful memories of past Labor Days. Our children were still home and all the extended family blocked off Labor Day weekend […]

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Hurricane News, September 8, 2010

Bernard and Kay Graham hosted a birthday party for Bernis(Waldrop) Graham's 87th celebration on Saturday afternoon, Aug. 28 at Sand Springs Fellowship Hall. Those presenting special music for the event are as follows:  Ray, Kerri, Joseph and Kelsey Haney, and Jeff and Kim Cooper of By Faith Baptist in Pontotoc; Cathy Barton; and Sherry Warren's […]

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Sherman News, September 8, 2010

Last reminder: Sherman Day is this Saturday, Sept. 11.   Events include the 3rd annual 5K Run, the Fire House Poker Run, the Bark in the Park, the BBQ dinner and Dinner Theater.  Please join us for some good food, great fun, and wonderful fellowship. The BBQ Dinner and Dinner Theater continues to get better and […]

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New Haven News, September 8, 2010

Patrick McKenzie   Hello, I am Patrick McKenzie. I am starting my third year at New Haven.  I enjoy all the things that we do, but I really like working to recycle  the cans.  We received many bags of cans over the summer, and we spent a couple of days getting them ready to sell.  […]

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Willard turns one

Max Adam Willard recently celebrated his first birthday on August 7, 2010 at his house with family. His actual birthday is August 9, 2010.  He is the son of Brett and Heather Willard of Etta, Miss.  Max’s grandparents are Billy & Brenda Willard, Tim Bland, and Larry Hester.  His great-grandmothers are Liz Bland, Christine Hester […]

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Sprouse turned 95

Alice Sprouse celebrated her 95th birthday on September 12, 2010.  Her actual birthday is September 12, 1915.  Her children are Shelby Gullick, Kathleen Lusk and Jimmy Sprouse, all of New Albany.  Alice is a resident of Union County Health and Rehab.   She loves everyone.  

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East Union News, September 8, 2010

Olivia Whittington   Girls in grades 9-12 who are interested in joining ANCHOR need to pay thier $13 fee by Sept.9th. For more information or to pay your fee, please see Mrs. Amanda Jennings. The crosscountry team's next meet will be the East Union Cross Country Invitational Meet on Saturday Sept. 11. Our softball girls […]

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