O-Line gaining attention for 2-0 ‘Dawgs

New Albany’s offense has seen a lot of success so far this season, and it all starts with the group up front. The offensive line, known better as “The Police” helped running back Kelvin Worship with his successful game running against Ripley, as well as allowing only one sack on quarterback Tyler Basil in two […]

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Lady Urchins hold off Hickory Flat

East Union jumped on the board early and picked up their first divisional win, defeating Hickory Flat, 7-2 on Tuesday. The Lady Urchins opened the game with a four-run first inning with Rachel Elder, Mallory Roberts and Brittany Prewett bringing in runs. Up 5-0 in the fourth, Hickory Flat loaded the bases off three singles […]

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Basil named ‘Player of the Week’

The player of the week for the August 27 game against Ripley is Tyler Basil. Basil went 12-for-13 for 216 yards and four touchdowns in the Bulldogs' 49-0 win over the Tigers. Pictured with Basil is Alan Greer of BancorpSouth.  

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Moving on, or maybe not

We felt a little odd Friday night at the New Albany football game against Ripley. It’s not that we felt out of place. We love football and we’ve already adopted the Bulldogs as our new high-school team (I even have the mandatory maroon knit shirt.) But it’s not quite the same when you don’t have […]

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Making the grade

The results of Mississippi standardized tests in the schools have been released and they generally show decent scores for both New Albany city schools and Union County schools. In New Albany schools, the overall scores showed little change from the prior year, dipping one point to 180. But Dr. Charles Garrett, superintendent, said although they […]

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Hurricane Katrina: 5 years later

Five years after the devastating effects of Hurricane Katrina that flooded his New Orleans home and devastated it to the point of no return, Myrtle teacher’s assistant and assistant coach Todd M. Sherman has happily made his new home in Union County and has made a new list of family and friends.   Sherman, born […]

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City releases new rental proposal

The New Albany Board of Aldermen made available a new version of its controversial proposal to institute minimum standards for rental housing last week, with the hopes of re-addressing the topic at an upcoming meeting.   Under this revision, put forth by Alderman At Large Scott Dunnam, minor changes have been made regarding the circumstances […]

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Main Street, beautification committee fund new street signs

Due to the partnering efforts of New Albany Main Street Association and New Albany’s City Beautification Committee, New Albany has 26 new decorative hanging baskets on the period lights in downtown. There are also 38 new decorative street signs that have been put up in various sections of the city.   The signs started being […]

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County requests printer removal from voting machines

At Union County's next election, there will not be any external printers with the voting machines. Union County Circuit Clerk Phyllis Stanford said that those printers were a hassle and they were always causing paper jams.    “Now that they won't be there anymore will cause us less hassle and will give us more time […]

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Labor Day closings

In honor of the Labor Day holiday, the New Albany Gazette will be closed Monday, Sept. 6, 2010.  It will re-open for regular business hours on Tuesday, Sept. 7, 2010.  Due to the closure, advertising deadlines are Thursday for Wednesday’s paper and editorial deadlines are this Friday. City and county offices will also be closed […]

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