Time to ‘fall back’ Sunday

Daylight Savings Time ends at 2 a.m. this Sunday, Nov. 3. That means everyone should set their clocks back one hour, say from midnight to 11 p.m., thus regaining the hour’s sleep they lost when Daylight Savings Time began this past spring. The practice is believed to have originated with Ben Franklin, based on it […]

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Devin Wilson (2) runs for yardage in the second half for New Albany last Friday against Rosa Fort. The junior led all rushers with a season-high 167 yards and two touchdowns. Photo by Jay Tidwell

New Albany falls to new division champs

Bulldogs unable to come back against Rosa Fort By Jay Tidwell Special to the News-Exchange NEW ALBANY – New Albany prepared for last Friday’s football match as if it was a playoff game. Untimely turnovers in the fourth quarter ended any hopes at a real shot at the post-season. Rosa Fort returned a fumble for […]

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East Union falls in final home game of season

By Dennis Clayton East Union had hopes of notching their second division win of the season on Friday, but Mantachie’s Dustin Carrell would have none of it as he led his Mantachie Mustangs to a 42-14 win. Carrell had a hand in every Mustang touchdown in addition to kicking the PAT’s. Mantachie scored three touchdowns […]

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November weather

November is here, and with it comes a greater probability of severe weather. Even though we think of tornadoes in early spring, the fact is we have almost as many in November in Mississippi as any other time. We again want to suggest two things to help make sure that you are provided the latest […]

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Halloween and adding pounds

When we lived in Florence, Ala., my wife used to feel slighted at Halloween. Several of our neighbors kept their lights off, so few kids made the trek by our house to get a holiday treat. Well, be careful what you wish for. Here in New Albany, we mostly feel overwhelmed each year, as hundreds […]

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Electing a coroner

Next Tuesday we will conduct a special election in Union County for the office of county coroner/medical examiner. A low turnout is expected and that is unfortunate because recent events show how important electing a quality individual is to an office that usually operates with little fanfare and in relative obscurity. The reason we are […]

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New Albany man dies in two-vehicle wreck

A two-vehicle crash Saturday night on Highway 30 East resulted in the death of a New Albany man. According to Public Affairs Trooper Ray Hall with the Mississippi Highway Patrol, Colby Pannell, 25, died at approximately 6:30 p.m., after he was ejected from his truck when it struck another vehicle at the intersection of Highway […]

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Byhalia man arrested in strong-armed robbery

A Byhalia man has been arrested in connection with a strong-armed robbery that occurred at a New Albany convenience store Saturday night. According to Chad Glasson, investigator with the New Albany Police Department, Thomas Blake Jefferies, 23, of 278 Kathleen Rd. in Byhalia, has been charged with strong-armed robbery. Glasson said Jefferies entered the Exxon […]

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Coroner election set for Tuesday

Residents of Union County will go to the polls next Tuesday to cast ballots for the next potential county coroner. Thirteen candidates are seeking election to the office, many of them holding backgrounds in either law enforcement or health care. The candidates are: Rob Anderson, a Union County Sheriff’s deputy and part-time police officer for […]

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Dennis Clayton

Time to get the cold weather gear

Saturday will mark season number 19 for the Clayton family in our association with high school soccer. It all started innocently when son number one decided that he wanted to go out for the high school team as an eighth-grader. We have now totaled five seasons as a player for that son, add four seasons […]

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