Faye Binet, 64

Faye Louise Binet, 64, of Myrtle, died May 30, 2013, at her home. She was born Aug. 27, 1948, in Arkansas to James Robertson and Rosa Faye Bullock Robertson. A memorial service was held Wednesday, June 5. Serenity Funeral Home of New Albany was in charge of the arrangements. She is survived by her children, […]

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The secret to easier meals

By Dr. Linda Mitchell The year was 1976. The first commercially developed supercomputer was released by Seymour Cray’s Research. Apple Computer Company was formed by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. The first 4.6 miles of the Washington Metro subway system opened. U.S. President Gerald Ford defeated challenger Ronald Reagan in three Republican presidential primaries. The […]

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Sherman news

By Martha Swindle Vacation Bible School is being held June 16 – 20 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at Sherman Baptist. The women of Tri-County Baptist cooked and fed breakfast to the men at 10 a.m. Sunday morning, June 16, in honor of Father’s Day. During the morning worship service, the Anderson Blue Grass Band […]

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Macedonia news

By Lou McQuary Jimmy and Kathryn Baker enjoyed a trip out west with Jimmy’s daughter, Kathy, and her husband, Jeff Dawkins. They went to Yellowstone, the Tetons, Jackson Hole, the Grand Canyon, Bryce’s Canyon, Zion National Park, Los Vegas, Denver and Hoover Dam. At St. Louis some of them rode to the top of the […]

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Hurricane news

By Susan Hooker, 419-5842 Homegrown tomatoes are a time-honored ritual of the summer growing season in the South. Community residents have as many variations as there are households in the neighborhood on how to successfully grow the fruit that is used as a vegetable, but it is botanically a berry. Go figure! Sophie Hooker reaped […]

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Ecru news

By Gretchin Moody, 489-5488 The grandchildren of the late W.B. and Leathie Johnson enjoyed a get-together last Friday night at the Ecru Fish and Steak. Attending were David and Carol Johnson of Tupelo, July Frost and Frank and Janice Trentham of Bartlett, Tenn. These are the children of the late Franklin and Twilla Johnston. Also […]

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Cornersville-Blythe news

By Martha Hardy Greetings to all from our corner of the world. Here is hoping that those of you who are fortunate enough to still have your father with you, enjoyed spending time together on Father’s Day. I missed Sue and Bill Rowland at church yesterday. They usually sit on the row just in front […]

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Deck Your Yard open under new ownership

Deck Your Yard had a ribbon-cutting Friday to mark the new ownership of Brady Daniel and family. Daniel also has operated 3D Pine Straw for the past three years. Although separate companies, both will be run from the 816 ½ W. Bankhead St. address. Deck Your Yard was formerly owned by Sarah Brock Farr and […]

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A bittersweet goodbye to New Albany

It’s amazing how quickly five years have blown by in my life. In June of 2008, I accepted this job; not knowing really how much work it would take to be successful. Over this time, I’ve given my all to make the sports section of the Gazette respectable. I’ll let you be the judge on […]

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Rebels train at Indiana camp

A select group from Hickory Flat had a once in a lifetime opporunity that included working on basketball fundamentals and visiting two universities in Indiana. Head coach Michael Seger took 13 players from his junior high and varsity teams to the Indiana Basketball Academy  (IBA) camp earlier this month, where they learned skills from several […]

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