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Letter: Library needs more financial support

Editor, New Albany Gazette Dear Citizens of New Albany: What place in New Albany averages 5000 visitors per month? Where in New Albany can a person do genealogy research? Where can a person with no computer or internet service fill out job applications online or do job searches online? Where can a New Albany school […]

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The Playhouse

By Camille Anding My daddy’s hands were perfect! All hands are indispensable, but my daddy’s BIG hands were unequaled. He attributed his over-sized hands to all the milking-cow-chores that were his lot as a child, but I always believed those hands were a special gift from God. They lifted me out of trouble and threatening […]

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Appreciation for one of county’s best-kept industrial secrets

Talk about staying under the radar. Union County has a variety of industries, which most people are generally familiar with. But there is one that, arguably, almost no one knew about the first year it was here. Even today, many local residents may know essentially nothing about it. The company seeks no publicity, only occasionally […]

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Show unconditional love by supporting Agape Clinic

It is estimated that more than 5,700 Union County residents under age 65 have no health insurance. Some may be jobless, some may be between jobs, waiting and hoping they will have benefits soon, and some are working but still have no health insurance. They include a wide and possibly surprising range of demographics. Some […]

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Sometimes dogs make better people

We have a new addition to our home. Her name is Stella, a 7½-month-old boxer. Stella is still a puppy, but is doing quite well. The first night in a new home the concern is how well will she sleep. She was accustomed to sleeping on the bed and we do not allow the dog […]

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Help us be better

We at the New Albany Gazette strive to present information that is useful and readable, to be good community citizens and to help improve the quality of life for our neighbors. We can’t be successful if people are not reading and using what we produce, however. That means that our readers – and, perhaps even […]

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The Playhouse

The story of Peter walking on the water was always a favorite when I sat with my young peers around the knee-high table in my Sunday school room. Our teacher gave the basic Bible information, but my imagination brought the story to life. I felt the spray of the stormy, cold waves – heard the […]

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Spring fever in February

By Lisa Bryant General Manager It happens every year: the weather warms just enough in February to make me long for spring and everything that goes with it. I enjoy the fall with all the colors, then the leaves fall off the trees and everything looks dead. We go into the holidays and Christmas takes […]

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Build a new police department building

We have mentioned the need for repairs and other improvements to several city streets, particularly those that carry heavy retail, school or emergency medical traffic. They need to be addressed by city officials. Unfortunately, they are not the only part of city infrastructure sadly in need of help. In its day, New Albany’s city hall […]

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It’s IRS scam season; stay on the alert

Union Countians are known for taking care of their family and community members. There’s a way you can help others, particularly the elderly, that you may not have thought of. Income tax season is here again and most people will receive their various tax-related forms in the next few days. Many will file their returns […]

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