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Tracy Proctor and Master Gardeners will inspire holiday creativity

October 16, 2017 // 0 Comments

The Union County Master Gardeners are presenting a luncheon and program on November 1, 2017, entitled Creative Holiday Designs by Tracy Proctor, AIFD. This luncheon will be very similar to the previous luncheons the Master Gardeners held in conjunction with the New Albany Home & Garden Show. It will be held at [Continue Reading]

New Albany High School ACT 30+ Club gains three new members

October 16, 2017 // 0 Comments

New Albany High School recently presented ACT 30+ Club t-shirts to (l-r) Carley Jumper, Joseph Rutherford, & Taylor Willis for their recent success on the ACT.   Students who have a composite or subscore of 30 or more on their recent ACT are inducted into the club. ACT 30+ Club t-shirts go to (l-r) [Continue Reading]

Brown water: The cost of doing nothing will only get higher

October 16, 2017 // 0 Comments

Did we jinx NALGW? A little after midnight, early Tuesday morning October 10th, we posted a “Rant,” which lauded the work of New Albany Lights, Gas and Water (NALGW). We heaped special praise on the improvements in electrical service since Bill Mattox became the local utility’s manager seven years [Continue Reading]

October Museum Moments to hear Faulkner biographer

October 15, 2017 // 0 Comments

Museum Moments will feature Dr. Robert Hamblin, writer and teacher,  on Thursday, October 19, at noon at  Union County Heritage Museum in New Albany talking about the latest biography on William Faulkner, Myself and the World Hamblin, a north Mississippi native, has spent a career working with the Brodsky [Continue Reading]

Maybe we can just pretend it’s tea…

October 13, 2017 // 0 Comments

It helps to pretend it’s tea. If you live in New Albany, you’ve had that sinking feeling when you turn on the tap and what you see pouring out does not remotely resemble potable water.  We at NAnewsweb.com had a really bad day of it on this past May 12th. Knowing that this was a subject that needs to be [Continue Reading]

What’s been happening at New Albany Elementary School?

October 12, 2017 // 0 Comments

9-22 President Connie Kelly (pictured back row center) and Historian Becky Wack (pictured back row left) from the New Albany American Legion Auxillary Unit #72 presented a donation to Susan Kelly’s Special Needs classroom at New Albany Elementary School on Thursday, September 14. The donation will be used to [Continue Reading]

Flashlights and brown water, solving problems in New Albany

October 10, 2017 // 2 Comments

“You don’t have flashlights? You must be new here.” It was a late summer day in 2000. We were, indeed, new to New Albany, and our daughter was newly enrolled in the city schools. We’d arrived early at the high school auditorium, with perhaps 50 other sets of parents, for a band concert. Without so [Continue Reading]
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