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Carter Avenue parking lot

Work to start on city parking lot improvement

Anyone driving along Carter Avenue by the library parking lot can hardly miss the large silver culvert sitting on the ditch bank beside the lot. The culvert is destined to go in the creek beside Carter Avenue with the area above it being covered. This is part of the plan from the city’s parking committee […]

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House condemnations hit snags

New Albany aldermen, at their regular meeting Tuesday, were scheduled to hear two proposals with quotes to demolish properties condemned at previous meetings but that did not happen. Instead, in one case, aldermen took a step back for legal reasons. In the second, the owners who had purchased the property only days before its demolition […]

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Blue Springs to seek Sherman law enforcement aid

The Town of Blue Springs is moving ahead with plans for an interlocal agreement with Sherman to aid each other in law enforcement. In response to a request from Blue Springs Police Officer Anthony Anderson for the option to use the Sherman Police Department for backup as needed, the Blue Springs Board of Aldermen asked […]

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City upgrading utility truck fleet, fire stations

Light, gas and water manager Bill Mattox has been telling aldermen about the need for new boom bucket trucks for some time and now that need is being met. He reported that to the city board during their regular meeting Tuesday. First, he told them about a bid opening for a new bucket truck with […]

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Mosley and Johnson band

Community celebrates Sam Mosley

Approximately 650 people showed up at the premiere of the Sam Mosley documentary, “Beyond The Tracks” and the following concert Thursday night at the New Albany High School Auditorium. New Albany High School student Rachel Lenoir welcomed the audience and said, “I hope you enjoy this documentary as much as we enjoyed making it.” New […]

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Administrative changes at schools moved to next week

New changes will take place right after Spring Break at New Albany Elementary School, West Union Attendance Center, and the Union County School Administration office. Last month, Windy Faulkner, current principal at NAES, accepted the position as assistant school superintendent with the Union County School District. Her start date was slated to begin July 1. […]

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