Macedonia News for Aug. 13, 2010

Lou McQuary   By now school at West Union is back in full swing again and the new year 2010-2011 has officially begun.    I hope all the students are happy with their new teachers and new schedule. Also I hope the teachers are rested and refreshed and raring to start a new school year.  […]

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Ellistown Breezes for Aug. 13, 2010

Last weekend I watched as motor homes and boats slowly passed by heading in from a last vacation and/or weekend of fun before school begins Wednesday.   But, “cheers” Labor Day is very close and perhaps another break. Happy birthday to Brian Randle Friday, August 13th. Next Friday, my youngest step-granddaughter, Mar-g McCraw Windham will […]

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Eastern Lights for Aug. 13, 2010

The revival at Pleasant Ridge Baptist got off to a good start.    They really have a good music system and some good talent.  Betty Camp and daughter Sandra Jones do a fine job on the organ and piano. Mrs. Ronald Owen has returned from a family reunion in Wichita, Kansas.  She said they all […]

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Northeast Baseball schedules free clinic

BOONEVILLE, Miss. –  Northeast Mississippi Community College’s baseball program is offering a free baseball clinic to any athletes within its five-county district.   Northeast’s first in-district baseball clinic is available to players in the college’s five-county district of Alcorn, Prentiss, Tippah, Tishomingo and Union counties.   The free three-hour clinic will be broken into two […]

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County residents may apply for smoke alarm installation

Some homeowners that live in New Albany or Union County that are in need of a new smoke alarm or alarms in their home have the option of applying for the free installation and delivery of smoke alarms. The war on fire deaths in Mississippi has received major support from the Federal Government with the […]

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911 coordinator requests media bundle fee ordinance

Union County Emergency 911 Coordinator Mildred Churchill came before the Board of Supervisors Monday morning to suggest that a new ordinance be passed making it mandatory that every consumer that has a landline phone or pays for a media bundle has to pay the $1 fee to the county. Churchill said, “The problem is with […]

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Junior Auxiliary School Supply Drive

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Local students volunteer at the Tupelo Hospital

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Explorer’s Bible study begins Aug. 19

Explorer’s Bible Study begins Aug. 19 at 9:30 a.m, hosted this year by First Baptist Church in New Albany.   This year’s study is “The Only True God” and will concentrate on the attributes of God covering the Old and New Testaments.   Explorer’s Bible Study is a non-denominational, non-profit organization, working to make disciples of Jesus Christ […]

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Getting things started

Hard to believe it’s already a new school year. As I’m writing this, it’s the first day of the school, and I’m looking at how my calendar is already filled up through September. Don’t get me wrong, I’m excited, but like most of you, I’m trying to figure out what happened to summer vacation. With […]

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