NA adopts $5.3 million budget

While two members were absent during Tuesday’s specially called meeting, the New Albany Board of Aldermen unanimously approved a $5.3 million budget, including a three percent raise for city employees. Neither Ward Four Alderman Bill Tucker nor Ward Two Alderman Johnny Anderson were present at the time of the vote.  However Anderson worked closely with […]

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Local Concord Inn provides luxury rooms in rural setting

Right outside of New Albany off of Highway 15 North is a homestead and estate nestled on 150 acres of rolling hills, a lake, a garden, and an area complete with naturalistic scenery. This place is known as the Concord Inn and is the area’s most recent addition to New Albany and Union County accommodations. […]

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Head to the museum

One of the area’s favorite events for families with young children takes place Friday and Saturday at the Union County Heritage Museum. The museum will have its 9th annual Heritage Pioneer Days, a living history event that shows off the rural life of the area in days gone by. Students from area schools will be […]

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New restaurant owners put love into Top Quality Meats

Those living in the Martintown community may have noticed a new restaurant in town. It may just look like an aluminum building, but Top Quality Meats and Diner cooks a variety of home cooked meals for customers every weekend. Henry and Alberta Finley are owners of the restaurant and opened it on May 13. The […]

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Zemek steps down from Red Cross post

The director of the Union County location of the American Red Cross, Sally Zemek, has put in her resignation that will be effective Friday, September 24, 2010.  Zemek has been the director of the Union County Red Cross for five years and has helped countless families, along with other Union County volunteers, through emergencies and […]

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NAMS BLAST Class conducts project

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New Albany Garden Club, September 17, 2010

The September meeting of the New Albany Garden Club was held at the Concord Inn, home of Mr.and Mrs. Chris Coombs.  President Grace Provence the meeting to order and welcomed everyone. Mrs. Provence thanked Mr.and Mrs. Coombs for their gracious hospitality,  JJ Harris and Melanie Shannon and Tameri Dunnam for the lovely fall floral arrangement.  […]

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Ecru News, September 17, 2010

Floyd and Mary B. Todd visited with Floyd’s sister, Alice Sprouse, who celebrated her 95th birthday. Brother Chris Burrows, director of the Baptist Student Union at ICC ,was the guest speaker at Ecru Baptist Church Sunday night. Congratulations to the North Pontotoc Viking football team who defeated South Pontotoc last Friday night. Way to go, […]

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Ingomar News, September 17, 2010

Dana Bramlitt   Hello Falcon supporters! My name is Dana Bramlitt, this year’s Ingomar reporter.  I am proud and thankful to have the privilege to relay the news of Ingomar’s events into the hands of its followers.  Now I introduce the rest of the elected students of the student council and class officers. Seth Taylor […]

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Gardening With Tim, September 17, 2010

September is half over and the temps have cooled down some even though the afternoons can still be hot.  So continue to be careful outside and take care not to get too hot.   There is not a lot going on in the garden right now.  Our roses are starting to put on a fall […]

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