NAHS News, August 25, 2010

Ryli Brown   Well Bulldogs, we survived our first full week of school! Give yourselves a pat on the back. Whether you were learning your ropes around the Elementary School, getting the hang of switching to new classes at the Middle School, or finally able to open your lockers at the High School, we made […]

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The McCraws united July 3

The McCraws were united in marriage on July 3, 2010 at 6 p.m. at Little Oaks Estates in Belden, Miss.   Miranda Nicole Little and Jeremy Knox McCraw held their ceremony outdoors on a sunny afternoon. Miranda is the daughter of John and Audrey Little of Belden and the granddaughter of Ralph and Lanie Baker […]

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Leggett, Guntharp to wed Sept. 4

Ed and Brenda Leggett of New Albany, Mississippi announce the engagement of their daughter, Haley Elizabeth Leggett to Richard Harvey Guntharp of Fulton, Mississippi, son of Rick and Brenda Guntharp of Fulton, Mississippi. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Lamar and Barbara Leggett of Greenwood, Mississippi and Louise Tullos of New Albany and the late […]

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County football starts practice

County football opened their second year with fall workouts last Thursday. Now practicing at East Union, head coach Scott Duley is taking the first few days to assess where his players are. “Two major things these first few days are acclimation to the heat and their assessment of the game. We’re going to keep things […]

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Dorms still the same

All the symptoms were there Friday morning as we drove to Memphis to move Joe into his college dorm for the first time: nerves on edge, stomach upset, mind racing through all the things that might happen during the first week on campus. No, not Joe. That was me. Joe was sound asleep in the […]

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Utility bill payments

The revelation that three New Albany employees and a member of the Board of Alderman had been given special treatment in the handling of unpaid utility bills should concern all city residents. The Gazette reported last week that the four individuals had paid up $12,000 in back bills. Alderman Tommie Beasley owed about $5,000, Building […]

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Ingomar falls at North Pontotoc tournament

The Lady Falcons are taking positives away from each of their games after playing in their first tournament of the year at North Pontotoc last Saturday. Ingomar defeated TCPS on Thursday, 20-0, but fell to Corinth, 6-2, as  the Lady Falcons are working to piece together a complete game. “We’re taking a few positives away […]

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Lady ‘Dawgs split at North Pontotoc tournament

The Lady Bulldogs split in their showing at the North Pontotoc Tournament last Saturday. Entering the day at 3-1, New Albany dropped their first contest against Mantachie. The Lady Mustangs shut out the Lady ‘Dawgs, 5-0, behind nine hits and three runs in the fourth inning. Mantachie opened their last frame with three straight singles […]

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East Union cheerleaders attend camp

East Union varsity cheerleaders attended NCA cheer camp in July at ICC. The squad  received superior ribbons and won the game day chant competition. During camp, girls were chosen to tryout for the All-American squad. Katie Rowan and Kaitlyn Collins made the All-American squad. Pictured team members are: (front l-r) Calla Basil, Karley Crump, Morgan […]

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McCullough signs with Holmes

East Union High School graduate, Amy McCullough, recently signed a national letter of intent to play softball for the Holmes Community College Lady Bulldogs this season. The infielder/outfielder was All-Division, a member of the.600 Club, and played in the Northeast Mississippi Coaches Association All-star Game. She is the granddaughter of Faye McCullough.

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