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Growing up in a Small Town

I drove through the old town today… many memories. Most of everything I knew is gone.
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Girls Basketball 2003

This is the only girls basketball team in New Albany history to make it to the state final four in 2003.
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Pictures from 67′

The McCoy center now sets where the house was located.
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New Albany History Baseball in New Albany

New Albany History: Baseball in New Albany

But did you know that the history of baseball in New Albany goes back more than 100 years? Learn more in the latest episode of our New Albany history series!
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Founders Day

New Albany History: Founders Day

We'll learn more about Founders Day and how it has grown in this episode of New Albany History!
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Full Circle

Comic books and drawing ... that’s all I cared about as a kid! Attending New Albany elementary through high school in the 60’s and 70’s was pretty cool, although many times as a boy I felt like the proverbial square peg.
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Growing up in Cedar Brook

I grew up in Cedar Brook until I was 7. I attended NewAlbany Elementary. We only moved away because my dad worked for FBI and was transferred back to Georgia where he and mom grew up. I tell stories of our little town parades where the Brownies marched.
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History of New Albany Football

Did you know that New Albany first fielded a football team in 1930 with 14 students who had never previously played the sport? Learn more in the latest episode of our New Albany history series!
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The Story of Hope and the Post Office

New Albany in the 1830's If you were living in New Albany in the 1830s, your mailing address might have been listed as Hope, Ohio.
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Vietnam War Hero Mike Butsko

Albert Michael Butsko, a 1964 New Albany High School graduate, gave his life for our country in Vietnam on September 10, 1967.
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New Albany Schools

The Early Days “New Albany Schools”

This is what New Albany Elementary (far right), Middle School (now the annex-only old building remaining) and High School (back building, between the track/football field and the baseball field) were like when I started in 1992. It was a special place even then.
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The Dairy Cream

The Old Dairy Cream in New Albany My name is Carolyn, and my brother, Benjamin, and I grew up with our parents, Harrison and Leona Drake, on Reynoldsburg-New Albany Road just south of Morse Road.  When Ben and I were kids, the only thing in New Albany that interested us was the Dairy
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