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It’s graduation week in our area high schools. By this evening 301 seniors, up from 274 last year, will have gotten their diplomas in the New Albany and Union County schools.
The Biscuits and Jam Farmers’ Market has kicked off its second season on a vacant property between Fred’s and the Tallahatchie River Bridge.
New Albany has taken another major step toward improving its water system.
This Saturday is New Albany’s annual foray into bluegrass and fiddlin’ music as the community hosts the Down From the Hills Heritage Music and Mississippi Blue Grass Championships.
We think the New Albany Board of Alderman acted responsibly in approving unanimously the ordinance to make the sale of wine and liquor legal in the city beginning June 6.
The announcement yesterday of a partnership between the Toyota Education Endowment Fund and Mississippi State University to provide a course in development of web applications was overshadowed by city elections in New Albany and Tupelo.
Next Tuesday’s primary election is important in New Albany because all of the races except Alderman, Ward 4, and Alderman, Ward 3, will be decided that day.
Our local businesses, our cities, our schools and our state are being hurt because many online businesses do not collect sales tax on purchases.
The installation of a solar-panel array at the Toyota manufacturing plant in Blue Springs is significant to our community in two ways.
This Saturday the local coalition that organized the Excel by 5 early childhood initiative is celebrating the community’s official certification in the program.
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