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Jacksonville State Univ’s Longleaf Studios Nominated for Three Emmys

Longleaf Studios Nominated for Three Emmys

Jacksonville, AL – Per Madison Parker and the JSU Media Department, with more than 1300 entries throughout the South, Jax State’s Longleaf Studios has received three Southeast Emmy nominations for its latest documentaries, “The Forgotten Creeks” and “Building Birmingham: The Sloss Story.” Released on Nov. 17 on Alabama Public Television (APT), “The Forgotten Creeks” remembers […]

He’s Ba’ack in Calhoun County

Jamie Clendenin in action white coaching at Donoho. (Submitted photo)

White Plains, AL – After one year at Sylacauga, former Donoho coach Clendenin returns to Calhoun County, will coach White Plains volleyball By Joe Medley One of Calhoun County’s most successful volleyball coaches will return after one year away. Jamie Clendenin, who led Donoho to two state titles and a runner-up finish in the final three of […]

Glazin’ a Trail 5k/1k Aims to Earn Funds for Jacksonville Sports

Glazin' a Trail 5k1k

Jacksonville, AL – On Saturday, May 20th from 7:00 am to 12:00 pm the Jacksonville Community Center will be the scene for the Glazin’ a Trail 5k/1k. Glazin’ a Trail 5k is held at the Jacksonville Community Center, benefiting the Jacksonville High School Cross Country and Volleyball teams in Jacksonville, Alabama. It is a road/trail run […]

Morris to Alexandria High School

Colton Morris and his wife, Savannah, and three children, Emereigh (11), Gabe (10) and Lila (2). (Submitted photo)

Alexandria, AL – Former Pleasant Valley coach Morris, reassigned in budgetary moves, will teach and coach at Alexandria High School, the school announced By Joe Medley Colton Morris has clarity on his next assignment within the Calhoun County school system. The former Pleasant Valley High girls’ basketball coach will teach and coach at Alexandria, the school’s […]

Will Home Prices Go Down Soon?

Will Home Prices Go Down Soon

Calhoun County, AL – Over the last few years, the price of housing has skyrocketed. This has led many to feel that homes are now overvalued and that prices will eventually come crashing back down. Although I’m a financial planner that primarily helps others with investing in the stock market, I do keep up with the […]

Anniston to Launch Semi-Professional Basketball Club

Anniston to Launch Semi-Professional Basketball Club

Anniston, AL – The City of Anniston and their Parks & Recreation Department is planning to launch Anniston first Semi-Professional Basketball Club. This team will consist of players and coaches from the Anniston community and it will compete in the PeachBasket Club System. In starting this venture, they are seeking a HeadCoach. Coaches and players […]

Hooping On for Calhoun County Senior

Pleasant Valley’s Rebekah Gannaway signs Friday to play basketball for Gadsden State Community College. (Submitted photo)

Pleasant Valley, AL – After runs in basketball and softball for Jacksonville and Pleasant Valley, Gannaway signs to play basketball for Gadsden State Community College Rebekah Gannaway earned regard in basketball and softball, first at Jacksonville and then at Pleasant Valley. She’ll carry on in basketball. The Pleasant Valley senior, who helped the Raiders win 20 […]

Chairman Rogers Requests Preservation of DoD Records Regarding SPACECOM Decision Delay


Washington D.C. – U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers (AL-03), Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, sent a letter to Lloyd Austin, Secretary of the Department of Defense, and Frank Kendall, Secretary of the Department of the Air Force, requesting the department to preserve all documentation concerning the U.S. Space Command (SPACECOM) Headquarters basing decision. In the letter, Chairman Rogers expressed concern […]

All for the Kidds in Oxford

Kristin Kidd, who was born in Oxford and moved with her family at age 1, shows off her home-run ball with her mom, 2001 Oxford graduate Trachell Westbrook Kidd, after Athens’ victory over Oxford in an elimination game at Oxford Lake on Friday. (Photo by Joe Medley)

Oxford, AL – After rain and generosity sent Athens players to Oxford’s gym for Thursday’s graduation ceremony, Oxford grad Kidd sees daughter hit walk-off home run in state-tourney game By Joe Medley They say there’s no joy on a state-tournament elimination game, only relief on the winning side and grief on the losing side. There was […]

UPDATE: Found safe – Anniston Police Investigating Missing Juvenile Case

Missing Juvenile in Anniston

Anniston, AL – The Anniston Police released the following information regarding a missing juvenile. Phoebe Moore (16yrs old, 4’9”, 170lbs, bro/bro) was last seen on the night of 05/18/23. She was last wearing a red plaid checkered dress, red shoes with white shoe strings. If you have knowledge of her whereabouts or see her, please call […]