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The Tallahatchie River Players, our community theater group, is presenting “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” this weekend at the Cine Theater in the Magnolia Civic Center.
The New Albany Schools Board of Trustees has taken a big step forward in modernizing the energy-consuming equipment in its schools.
The effort to improve health care in New Albany takes another step forward Saturday with the opening of a free clinic in our community.
The presentation last week about what first impressions visitors get of New Albany didn’t contain much of anything new or startling. It was pretty much what we’ve heard before from other groups.
On Tuesday, March 19, New Albany voters will decide whether they want the sale of wine and spirits to be permitted within city limits.
Officials of the CREATE Foundation of Tupelo spent time this week updating Union County officials on the latest plans for development of an advanced vocational-technical school near the Toyota manufacturing plant.
The announcement last week that Baptist Memorial Hospital-Union County plans a major expansion is good news for our community.
Mississippi appears headed down the road of diluting the money available for public education by approving legislation that allows competing “charter schools” to be created.
The Mississippi Legislature is considering a proposal that would provide some state money and standards for preschool programs in the state.
In its first year, it was an overwhelming success. This year we expect it will be even better.
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