New Albany makes a short trip to Ecru this week with the hopes of remaining undefeated and earning another division win. On tap this week is North Pontotoc, a team that has performed better than their current 4-3 record. Losing two straight games in the fourth quarter, the Vikings’ high-scoring offense, led by quarterback Brandon […]
Dear Edtor: Concerning the proposal of an established code for rental properties: I personally own two rental properties. I am in favor of action being taken by the city concerning the physical state of such properties. I have discussed this issue with Mr. Dunnam and feel that, not only I have a clear understanding of […]
I’m sitting here trying to sort out what happened to my weekend. Fall is here, and I was going to finally get down to doing some serious gardening. Our new house had some grass and a little bed of shrubs in the front when we moved in. But that was about it. We had a […]
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Drewery of Ripley, Miss. announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jennifer Leigh Drewery, to Mitchell H. Pannell of Myrtle. He is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Pannell of Myrtle. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mrs. Betty Wilbanks and the late Mr. O. […]
Ward Two Alderman Johnny Anderson has come up with a new proposal to set minimum standards for the appearance of property in New Albany. It would outline a number of items that would be a violation of city ordinance, including junk vehicles, the storage of junk, garbage or waste products on the property, blocking access […]
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Messer of New Albany, Miss. announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Ashley Nicole Messer, to Joshua Clay Shackleford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Shackleford of Belden, Miss. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elton Wilson of New Albany. She is also the granddaughter of […]
The CREATE Foundation has announced a new date for its “State of the Region” report to be held in New Albany. The presentation will be held at 5:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 18, at the Magnolia Civic Center. The report will include highlights about Union County from the foundation’s annual regional report meeting held in Tupelo.
The Union County Development Association will host a public meeting concerning the recent Tallahatchie Riverfest at 5 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 19, at the Magnolia Room of the Magnolia Civic Center. The Union County Development Association invites all citizens who have interest in the event’s future to attend the meeting.
In honor of October’s designation as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Baptist Memorial Hospital-Union County held a luncheon at the Magnolia Civic Center last Thursday to educate the public about breast cancer and the different ways to detect breast cancer early. Board Certified Radiologist Justin Lohmeier, M. D., gave the presentation. He told the audience that […]
With the November elections approaching, Union Countians who will be unable to participate in the Tuesday, Nov. 2 election have the opportunity to cast their absentee ballots at the Union County Circuit Clerk’s office through Saturday, Oct. 31. According to Union County Circuit Clerk Phyllis Stanford, citizens may cast their absentee ballots during week day […]
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