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  • New Albany MS Rant 2020 Census mess
    The 2020 Census mess: For years state and local government officials have complained about “unfunded mandates” coming down from the federal government. What they mean is that the feds establish a program or practice, but do not supply [More]
  • New Albany MS Supervisors Census Bureau request
    An appearance by U.S. Census Bureau “partnership specialist” brought a cool response from the Union County Board of Supervisors Monday morning, July 15th. Brenda McGaha, who identified herself as an employee of the Census Bureau, [More]
  • New Albany, MS museum Cast of Blues exhibit
    Sharon McConnell-Dickerson’s “Cast of Blues” life cast exhibit has taken her all over the world: Cognac, France; Chicago, Illinois; Kansas City, Missouri; Albuquerque, New Mexico, and now the Mississippi artist is adding New Albany, [More]
  • New Albany MS July 11 Biscuits & Jam Market
    Although the temperatures were in the 90s, ample shade allowed reasonable comfort at the July 11 Biscuits & Jam Farmers’ Market in down New Albany. Several hundred people shopped there between 4 and 7 pm. The number of vendors offering [More]
  • New Albany MS train struck truck
    A Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) train struck a trailer truck at the Highland St. railroad crossing in New Albany shortly after 9:30 p.m., Wednesday, July 10th. The engineer of the westbound BNSF train said the truck was stalled — [More]
  • New Albany MS Glenfield traffic proposal
    A proposed $24-million project to improve vehicle traffic flow in the Glenfield area drew strong interest at the July 2 meeting of the New Albany Board of Aldermen. Mike Waters, a civil engineer with the Tupelo firm A2H Architects and Engineers, [More]

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