By Camille Anding Ordinary is an interesting word. It doesn’t hold much hype in a typical vocabulary, but circumstances and location can have major influences on its meaning. Recently I was talking with a friend about his work and traveling experiences while he was employed in and around the country of Turkey. (His international business […]
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For a long time there has been a certain amount of almost arrogance on the part of news providers. They have taken the role of father figure, dispensing information they think is good for us. In many cases – probably most cases – it is good for the recipients. But it may not be what […]
By Lisa Bryant General Manager I had the honor to be a part of the program for the Tallahatchie Fest Community Literary Luncheon. The New Albany Gazette has been a sponsor of this event beginning with the Faulkner Centennial Celebration. It seems fitting that our company that works with words and writing would be a sponsor […]
By Camille Anding It was a blend of a short vacation, football game and grandchildren sitting that kept us on the go for ten days and away from the comfort spot we call home. The last stage of our return was long and late. Every house on our street was dark and quiet when we […]
Oxford may have the edge on New Albany in things Faulkner. After all, the writer did live there and write there longer. But a group of community citizens interested in preserving his connection to Union County and promoting the culture and heritage he wrote about have quietly been making inroads toward the university area’s dominance. […]
By Lisa Bryant General Manager I was talking with a coworker about a family that had a child with cancer and we made the statement, “We don’t know how to be grateful.” Our children and grandchildren are healthy and happy without any big problems. I was watching the national news last night and saw where the […]
My congratulations on publishing the finest magazine I’ve picked up in years! I am Beth Barrett Rogers. My Mom, Erline Barrett, was the “Mayor of Main Street” from 1961 when she bought and renamed Barrett’s Grocery until her death in 2001. My late father-in-law Mike Rogers was head of the Development Association and recruited Futorian […]
On the evening of July 4, 2016, at approximately 7:43 p.m., lightning struck the education building of Calvary United Methodist Church and set the top floor on fire. Fortunately, a passerby immediately called 911. After receiving the call at 7:44 p.m., the New Albany Fire Department arrived on the Calvary UMC campus at 7:47 p.m. […]
New Albany residents no doubt appreciate the fact that their city property taxes will not be going up this year. That’s not much of a surprise, if for no other reason than that most elected officials tend to try to avoid raising taxes the year before an election. Still, we should appreciate the fact that […]
By Lisa Bryant General Manager Home Improvement projects are something that goes along with owning a house. The problem is you never seem to get completed. There is always just one more project left to do. Last year we did a large project for us with the remodel of our living area of our house. […]
- Urchins run over Royals September 24, 2016
- Eastern Lights September 29, 2016
- The Playhouse September 29, 2016
- New web site allows better public access to campaign finance reports September 29, 2016
- Church honors first responders September 29, 2016
- East Union opens division play at Byers September 30, 2016
- Headed to postseason September 30, 2016
- East Union Attendance Center 2016 Homecoming Court September 29, 2016
- City sales revenue continues upswing September 29, 2016
- First solar energy farm here gets PSC approval September 29, 2016
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