John and Linda Davis are proud to announce the wedding of their daughter Jennifer Lynn Davis to Joseph Scott Clayton, the son of Larry Clayton and Sheila Ford. The wedding took place on January 2, 2009 at 2 p.m. in Memphis, Tenn. The reception will be held at Harmony Baptist Church on January 31, 2009 […]
Donie P. Rakestraw will celebrate her 100th birthday on February 14, 2009. She is the daughter of Melinda and Zack Pickens. Rakestarw was born February 14, 1909, still lives at home by herself and enjoys crocheting and cooking Sunday dinner. She has outlived all 10 of her brothers and sisters, her two children and husband. […]
Union County will be reimbursed $343,100 for a Local System Bridge Program (LSBP) project that was completed in April 2008. This is for LSBP projects 73-15, which had two bridges put across Sand Creek and Okannatie Creek on County Road 108, which are in district three. Union County Engineer Hubert Foley said, “The available funds […]
The 9-1-1 distress call, the smell of smoke, the heat of flames, the weight of the 75-pound turnout gear, and the blood and adrenaline coursing through veins, is only some of what firemen experience every time they answer a call to extinguish a fire. Firefighters at the New Albany Fire Department fight fires on a […]
After going five rounds against 24 other competitors in the Union County Spelling Bee Monday evening, East Union 7th Grader Carol Coker spelled the winning word “pistachio,” beating out 2nd place winner, West Union 7th grader Ben Neal. Coker will now go on to compete in the Mid-South Spelling Bee in Memphis, Tenn. in March […]
Union County residents who attended Saturday’s Martin Luther King, Jr. service in the Union County Courthouse came away with a determination to decide for themselves if his “Dream” has become a reality. “Is this the dream?” Sister Juanita Floyd, a graduate of East Union Attendance Center and local community leader. “You be the judge.” Floyd […]
While qualifying for municipal elections only began three short weeks ago, the race for mayor of New Albany already has two candidates vying for the office – both of whom already have spoken out on their visions for the future of New Albany. New Albany’s Mayor Tim Kent has announced he plans to run for […]
Clara Mae Warren, 86 Clara Mae Heatherly Warren, 86, of New Albany, died Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2009, at her daughter’s home. She was born May 10, 1922, in Lafayette County to Jerry Heatherly and Nannie Belle Dollar Heatherly. She was a member of Hurricane Baptist Church. Services were at 3 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 22, 2009, […]
Visitors to New Albany’s Park Along the River will notice construction underway at the park’s north entrance. The construction is related to a Rural Impact grant project entitled “Sugaree’s Bakery.” “This project is due to the fact that Mary Jennifer Russell bought the land adjacent to the park last year for an expansion,” said New […]
Liberty school former students, family members, and supporters met December 16, 2008 for the annual Christmas covered-dish dinner and fellowship. Lil Grisham welcomed the 22 attendees. Prior to the dinner, E. M. Herring led the invocation/blessing. Following the dinner, a brief business session included November meeting minutes read by Joanne Gaines and the financial report […]
Girl Scout Cookie Sale It’s cookie time once again! The local Girl Scout troops started taking orders for cookies Friday, Jan. 9 and will continue to take them through Feb. 3. The cookies will arrive on Feb. 16. Cookies will also be on sale throughout Union County through March 6. For more information, call Jan […]
Allyson Elaine “Hoffman” Ard, 1299 CR 73, Myrtle, 25, was charged with grand larceny warrants and telephone harassment on Jan. 8, 2009, at 7:55 p.m. Martell V. Clemmer, 406 Jackson Ave., New Albany, 24, was charged with disorderly conduct, disobeying an officer and public drunkenness on Jan. 9, 2009, at 2:05 a.m. Crystal Eageston, 140-1A […]
Chris Berry, 715 Standish, New Albany, 25, was charged with probation violation on Jan. 13, 2009, at 10:30 a.m. Michael Robertson, 623 Martin, New Albany, 31, was charged with probation violation on Jan. 13, 2009, at 11:30 a.m. Billy L. Towery, 401 CR 272, Walnut, 53, was charged with public drunkenness and possession of beer […]
Martell Vidal Clemmer, 406 Jackson Ave., New Albany, 24, was charged with public drunkenness, possession of marijuana and disorderly conduct on Jan. 16, 2009, at 6:40 p.m. Joel Sanchez, 611 New Street, New Albany, 22, was charged with DUI, no insurance, no license and improper equipment on Jan. 16, 2009, at 10:54 p.m. Guadercio Reyes, […]
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- Burglars steal cash from Mexican restaurant
- Elliott talks origin of railroads that became Tanglefoot Trail
- Charitable dentistry program is SRO despite the rain