Cody Bo Dillard signed with the Northeast Mississippi Community College’s baseball program on Monday to become the second pitcher to ink with the Tigers this year. Dillard is a left-handed pitcher from East Union High School where he had an impressive 6-2 overall mark — during his junior campaign from the mound in 11 appearances […]
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By Martha Swindle Fire Chief Brad McMurry presented the Sherman Fire Department’s end-of-the-year report for January through December 2012. The volunteer fire department had 71 total calls of which there were 13 grass fires, 6 structure fires, 6 vehicle fires, 37 medical calls, 6 cancelled in route, 2 hazmat, and 1 severe weather. Sherman Baptist […]
Twenty-seven were in attendance for the Dec. 18 meeting of Liberty School. Ms. Lil Grisham welcomed the attendees and E. M. “Boots” Herring gave the invocation and blessing prior to the covered-dish dinner. In the business session Joanne Gaines gave the secretarial report from the Nov. 20 meeting. The December birthday of Jean Roberts Herring […]
By Dennis Clayton New Albany News-Exchange New Albany took a pair of division wins from Tishomingo County on Friday night with the Lady Bulldogs taking a 7-0 win and the Bulldogs followed with an 8-1 victory. New Albany’s #3 Hannah Anderson fights for possession of the ball in the Lady Bulldogs’ win over Tishomingo County […]
On Friday, Dec. 14, administrators and staff members at New Albany Elementary School dressed as special holiday characters to visit with NAES students and lead them in singing Christmas carols. Pictured l-r: Pre-K Director Glen Reeder as the Grinch; Assistant Principal Dr. Linda Grisham as Frosty the Snowman; Principal Windy Faulkner as the Elf; Assistant […]
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- Committee making progress toward railroad ‘quiet zone’ downtown
- Burglars steal cash from Mexican restaurant
- Elliott talks origin of railroads that became Tanglefoot Trail
- Charitable dentistry program is SRO despite the rain