West Union Attendance Center Honor Roll

Fourth nine weeks- 2013-2014  Special Honor Roll: Grade 2: Griffin Cash Bogue, John Solomon Cooper, Laina Lynn Corder, Maggie Michelle Dix, Camryn Lynn Frazier, Nathan lee Goodman, Crissa Lee Goodwin, Mckenzie Drew Hall, Hope Christina Herod, Andrew Carter Johnson, Kylee Anne Jumper, Kenneth W. Killinger, Alexandria Killough, Madison Lou Ledlow, Kyle Eugene Picinich, Niah Lee […]

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Ingomar Attendance Center Honor Roll—4th 9 Weeks

 Special Honor Roll 2nd Grade Quinshala Atkinson, Allyson Beard, Nathaniel Cable, Jaci Kate Catlin, Whitten Andrew Everitt, Fatima Berenice Falcon, Zoee Amber Hamblin, Natalie Claire Holcomb, Madilyn Elizabeth McMillen, Cayden Scott Morris, Mollie Grace Sheffield, Gracie Michelle Sullivan, Mary Hannah Whitehead 3rd Grade Felicity Hope Culpepper, Lindsey Elizabeth Dillard, Noah Benjamin Downs, Victoria Anna-Reese Harmon, […]

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MYRTLE HONOR ROLL

Fourth Nine Weeks – 2013-1014  Special Honor Roll: Grade 2: Austen Blissard, Autumn Boland, Kinsley Cagle, Dream Carnell, Kierra Carter, Abigail Fulcher, Elly Gaines, Madisyn Hall, Aubrey-Ella Henderson, Stefon High, Addison Hudson, Preston Jackson, Victoria Lee, Dessy Madonna, Emma Mayer, Mallory McDoland, Jonah Merritt, Ray Moody, Haley Williams, Levi Smith, Nicole Thompson, Barrett Waits, and […]

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March of Dimes 39 Week Recognition 2014

March of Dimes recognizes Baptist Memorial Hospital-Union County’s top mother/baby care

Baptist Memorial Hospital-Union County has been named as a top hospital for delivery care by the March of Dimes. The recognition is for being among the leading hospitals nationally to reduce the number of elective inductions and cesareandeliveries performed before 39 completed weeks of pregnancy. According to the March of Dimes, this will give more […]

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Aldermen decide what to put on water tank, but not whether to close alley or change street name

New Albany aldermen officially voted Tuesday on what to put on the new elevated water tank near the post office. “It will have a Bulldog on the north side, Faulkner on the southwest side and New Albany on it,” Mayor Kent said. The original contract simply called for a bulldog to be painted on the […]

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Chief asks for added fine surcharge to pay for communications upgrade

Police Chief Chris Robertson proposed Tuesday that aldermen approve adding a $10 assessment to fines for moving traffic violations in the city to help pay for upgrading radio and mobile data communications. “This will defer costs to the city and taxpayers for new technology,” he said. The surcharge would only be for moving violations. Under […]

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Board may make city chicken-free zone

Ward One Alderman Jeff Olson brought up the question at the city board’s regular monthly meeting Tuesday of whether the city should change its animal control ordinance to specifically outlaw ownership of chickens. “We have received lots of complaints,” Mayor Kent said, noting that keeping chickens and roosters for pets or other purposes has apparently […]

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Smithey named law enforcement officer of year by veterans group

Long-time law enforcement officer Tommy Smithey has been chosen Law Enforcement Officer of the Year by the Forty and Eight, a charitable honor society of American Veterans. The award was presented at the law enforcement center this past week and included a plaque and cash award. This also means Smithey’s application for the society is […]

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Benefit for Clint Frazier family set for June 21

A group of local law enforcement and public service officers have organized a day full of events to benefit the family of Union County Deputy Clint Frazier. Frazier was killed in the line of duty in December, while trying to make a traffic stop. The benefit will be Saturday, June 21, with the first part […]

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Aldermen consider next list of potential houses for condemnation, demolition

New Albany aldermen continue to move toward ridding the city of unsafe and nuisance structures in an effort that seems to have picked up steam in the past six months. Several such structures have been condemned and demolished as a result. Code enforcement officer Baron Baker gave aldermen an update Tuesday on properties already in […]

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