New member inducted into the American Angus Association

John W Welborn of New Albany is a new junior member of the American Angus Association®, reports Bryce Schumann, CEO of the national organization with headquarters in Saint Joseph, Missouri.   Junior members of the Association are eligible to register cattle in the American Angus Association, participate in programs conducted by the National Junior Angus […]

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Advanced Summer Health Academy

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Walmart DC donates to Ingomar

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Lady Eagles to defend title in 2010

Throughout the next week, the Gazette will preview each county school for the upcoming slow pitch softball season. No place better to start than with the defending 1A state champions of West Union. Many new faces will grace a young Lady Eagle squad, but do not be fooled by their youth, as Lisa Bogue’s squad […]

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‘Dawgs open fall football practice

The Bulldogs have battled the heat and rain this week, as they took the field for the opening week of fall practice. Head coach Ron Price and his staff return several key starters and 21 seniors for the 2010 season, and Price said he has been impressed at what his team has brought so far […]

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NAHS working for playoffs in 2010

New Albany has a new coach and a new mind set heading into the 2010 slow pitch season. NAHS athletic director Shane Sanderson has taken the reins of the Lady ‘Dawgs program and has a young, but talented team taking the field this season. Led by seniors Ellen Tarrant, Brooke Sides and Carrie Spenser, NAHS […]

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New leader to guide Lady Urchins

It was only a year ago that Andy Kirk led West Union to their first ever state championship in slow pitch softball. Moving across county to take over a familiar East Union squad, Kirk now looks to take the Lady Urchins to that same level. “They were pretty well taken care of under both Coach […]

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Nobles named ‘Official of the Year’

Sixteen years officiating have led to this moment. For New Albany’s Mike Nobles, his primary goal working as a basketball official is to call each game fairly and to the best of his ability while striving to call the state’s biggest games. Honoring his hard work in the profession, Nobles was recently named the Basketball […]

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Runway Boutique ribbon cutting

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Myrtle residents to get wireless access and town website in the near future

Citizens of Myrtle will once again not see an increase in taxes as the Board of Aldermen reviewed their budget for the 2011 fiscal year. Amy Creighton of Jackson & Creighton CPA presented next year’s budget to the Aldermen, stating that Mayor Joe Rials has chosen to not increase taxes while keeping the milage rate […]

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