By Susan Hooker The light frost on Saturday morning, Oct. 22, was an early warning that it was time to pick the last of the tomato crop; so that we can have homegrown tomatoes during the upcoming holiday seasons. For some reason, my maternal grandfather thought that the sign of a good gardener was for […]
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By Lou McQuary From Oct. 10-20 Bro. David Grumbach and Tammie traveled overseas with their son, Logan, and his wife, Kristina. They toured the Prague Czech Republic viewing the Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, Town Hall, and Old Town Square. They also saw the Clock Tower that has a medieval clock that was installed in 1410. […]
Calvary United Methodist Church will host its annual Barbecue Supper and Silent Auction from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., Oct. 29 at 113 Highway 15 North, New Albany. Plates are $8 and can be dine-in or carried out.
by Tommie Cooper For the Wednesday night Bible study Oct.19, Bro. Hall was teaching in Ephesians 6:17-19, “Armor of God Wherefore take unto you the whole armor of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day and having done all to stand.” OCC shoeboxes need small stuffed animals and other small […]
The New Albany Gazette will be moving to its permanent location this week. As of 8 a.m. this Friday, the Gazette office will be at 130 W. Bankhead St. in downtown New Albany. The address is the former office of Jed Morris Realty and, for many years, Hamilton Hardware. The mailing address, telephone numbers and […]
The 42nd annual Sharing at Christmas fundraising drive is beginning to provide holiday help for families in need in Union County. The Sharing at Christmas program, sponsored by the New Albany Gazette with the help of many community volunteers, will provide about 200 families with food assistance and toys for their children. A fundraising goal […]
The Union County Heritage Museum was honored this past week with a program presented by representatives of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History Cindy Gardner and Krista Sorenson. Dubbed the Icons of Mississippi program, it included information on Mississippi’s path to statehood and the history of U. S. flags around that time. On display […]
While there had been some talk of moving New Albany’s annual Christmas parade to a day later in the week to coincide with holiday shopping downtown, this year’s parade will again be held on the first Monday night after Thanksgiving which occurs on Monday night, Nov. 28. According to organizers, the idea of moving the […]
The Union County school musical theatre production this year is “The Addams Family” and will be presented at the Magnolia Civic Center Oct. 21-23. The show, a musical comedy with music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa and a book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice, is based on the popular characters created by cartoonist Charles […]
Mississippi’s Tortured History with Alcohol, and How a New Albanian Stopped the Double Standard, is the topic of this month’s Museum Moments this Thursday, Oct. 20, at noon at the Union County Heritage Museum. The famous incident of Union County native and then Hinds County Sheriff Thomas Shelton’s raid on the Jackson Country Club is […]
- First-graders tour career and technical center October 25, 2016
- Clerk’s office open for absentee voting Saturday morning October 25, 2016
- Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann to be guest speaker at Business-2-Business program Thursday October 25, 2016
- Grand jury hears near-record number of cases October 25, 2016
- ‘Sharing at Christmas’ sign-up under way but contributions not yet coming in October 25, 2016
- County officials extend burn ban October 25, 2016
- Section of Main Street closed for repairs October 25, 2016
- Pastor faces sex charges October 25, 2016
- Former city court clerk arrested October 25, 2016
- Yes, Haunted Forest has evil clowns October 25, 2016
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