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New Albany AEST class visits Tupelo

Students from New Albany’s AEST class visited the Tupelo Buffalo Park and Zoo and learned about the procedures for care and maintenance of the animals and the park. Afterwards, students conducted the first FFA meeting of the year. The club elected officers for the 2009-2010 school year. The 2009-2010 officers for the New Albany FFA […]

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West Union News

 West Union has had another full week of activities. The softball team had a slow week because of the weather. Their game with Blue Mountain and the Robertson’s Sportswear Tournament were both cancelled due to the excessive rain, but they will definitely be making up for it this week with a hectic schedule. We wish […]

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Eastern Lights

 I have spent several hours this week at United Funeral Home and seen a lot of family, friends and acquaintances. I just want to thank all of you for the nice compliments about the Community news. Many of you say that it is the first page they turn to when they get the Gazette. Again […]

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NAMS Bulldog News

 Well Hey!!! It’s time for us to get caught up on the latest news again! Once again it is hard to find a place to start! Let’s start off with sports again! In the Middle School football’s last game they played Amory! The 7th and 8th grade both played hard! Sadly, neither of the scores […]

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Union County Pioneer Days

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East Union News

 Hello my fellow Urchins!  As we head toward the end of our second month of school, EU is buzzing with activities! I would like to begin by congratulating the Lady Urchins in winning the title of Union County Champs!  On a more personal note, I would like to thank everyone for their hard work and […]

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‘Dawgs defense ready for another big test

A confident Bulldog squad plans to take the field this week as they host Independence. Coming off of last week’s 33-12 showing, the improving defense will again have their hands full, as Independence runs a spread offense that has hurt the ‘Dawgs defensive unit so far this season. “Their offensive line appears to be pretty […]

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Sherman News

 The Sherman Public Library is sponsoring a free basic sewing class. If you are interested call 840-2513 or Nancy Bruce at 842-1919. Reverend S. W. Shinault and the Sherman Grove Church family invite you to attend their annual Birthday Tea Singing Saturday, October 3, at 6 p.m. at Sherman Grove M.B. Church. Each choir, group, […]

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Macedonia news

 Missy and Rusty Jordan had a baby girl, 8 lb. 2 oz., born September 8, 2009.  they named her Kaylee Anne. Mother and baby are home doing fine. Rusty took off work three weeks where he could take care of Missy and the baby.  She had to have a cesarean for the birth. Penny and […]

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Playhouse News

 Quality parenting takes a multitude of skills and enormous compassion, but the skills are easily learned because working with your own is the greatest of motivators.  The compassion. . . it’s automatic for the majority when we inherit the titles of mother and dad. As a mother, I’ve spent sleepless nights monitoring fevers and croupy […]

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