Kappa Kappa Iota Meeting

Kappa Kappa Iota Meeting Sigma Conclave of Kappa Kappa Iota met on November 12, 2007 at the home of Sylvia Thompson. Beautiful fall decorations met the members at the front door and followed throughout the home and on the dining table. After Kappa grace the nine members present enjoyed a delicious spaghetti supper provided by […]

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Deer Management a year round endeavor

Presenting deer with a proper habitat is at the top of Chad Dacus list for better managing private land deer herds. Dacus serves as the Deer Program Coordinator for the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks. Many private land owners find themselves in the same situation each hunting season with a surplus of does […]

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Communication is key for West Union

Being able to communicate on the court is an important part of basketball. Getting the play called early, and making sure everyone on the court is on the same page can be a hard task for any point guard. This is the task West Union’s Wesley Jumper has had to deal with this year, but […]

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Ingomar School News 11/14/07

Its been a busy week here at Ingomar School. Hopefully, Thanksgiving Break will give everyone a chance to get organized. The Ingomar Junior High basketball teams played Thursday, November 9, at Myrtle. The games were very exciting and both girls and boys played hard and gave it their all. The games ended with 2 loses […]

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Saluting our veterans

Both New Albany Elementary and Hickory Flat Attendance Center held ceremonies honoring area veterans. New Albanys ceremony took place last Friday at 1:30 p.m. in the school cafeteria. 1st Grade teacher Donna Kay Sizemore organize the program at New Albany Hickory Flat held its recognition service Mondy morning. The junior and senior Beta club sponsored […]

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Center Hill New 11/14/07

I was already at school on Monday morning before I remembered that I had not sent my news in on Sunday night. I apologize. Monday, Nov. 5th, was Jolene Tutors birthday. Her family got together and put together a Surprise Birthday Party AND we pulled it off. I really do believe she was surprised!!! She […]

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New Albany Gazette Obituary Policy

The Gazette will print obituaries at no charge for any deceased person from Union County, Ecru, Sherman, Hickory Flat or Potts Camp, or for anyone with ties to these communities. The Gazette will also run a photo of the deceased along with the obituary if a family so chooses. Click on the obituary you want […]

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It’s My New Albany Too

On Tuesday evening, October 30, I once again had the opportunity to participate in one of the most festive and enjoyable events held in New Albany each year. For the eighth year in a row, I was part of Trick or Treat Downtown, sponsored by the New Albany Main Street Association. In the past, I […]

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Ingomar School News

I hope everyone enjoyed an extra hour of sleep Sunday, but if you were like me, you probably got up at 7:00 a.m. and realized it was only 6:00 a.m. The Falcons and the Lady Flacons both played West Union at home on Tuesday, October 30th and ended with two wins. They traveled to Wheeler […]

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Burress joins museum staff

The Union County Heritage Museum recently hired Janet Burress as a full-time staff member. According to museum director Jill Smith, the much-needed addition of a new staff member was possible through the help of museum supporters. Our collection has really grown, Smith said. Our attendance of people visiting has jumped and there is never a […]

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Lions and skeletons and witches, oh my!

The downtown streets of New Albany was flooded with little ghouls Tuesday evening. No, it wasnt the scene from the latest horror movie, but the scene of 2007s New Albany Main Street Association Trick or Treat Downtown. Approximately 4,000 were in attendance of the festival. The trick-or-treat village went really well, said New Albany Main […]

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Keeping business at home generates a beneficial effect for our community

Several weeks ago, Union County Schools sponsored the Union County Cross-Country Invitational track meet. With participation from schools as far away as Horn Lake and South Panola, the event was a success for the kids, the schools, the City of New Albany and Union County. So whats the big deal about having a track meet […]

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Make Sharing at Christmas a part of your seasonal plans

For each of the past 32 consecutive years, the people of Union County have demonstrated their compassion for their less fortunate neighbors. They have done so in many wonderful ways, through their churches and organizations, but more as a cohesive group through the “Sharing at Christmas” program. The program started in 1974 and since then […]

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