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Single-Vehicle Crash Causes Road Closure in Calhoun County

Single-Vehicle Crash Causes Road Closure on Alabama 9 in Calhoun County

Calhoun County, AL – A single-vehicle crash, happening at approximately 6:29 p.m. on Sunday, May 5th, has led to the closure of both lanes on Alabama 9 near Gerald Harris Road in Calhoun County. The incident has resulted in significant disruption to traffic flow, with authorities indicating that the road closure will persist for an […]

Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office Catch of the Week and Seeks Public Assistance in Recent Property Crime Investigations


Calhoun County, AL – The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office is actively engaged in investigations related to recent property crimes and is reaching out to the public for assistance. By fostering community involvement, the Sheriff’s Office aims to enhance public safety and bring those responsible for criminal activities to justice.   Incident 1: Sometime between 4/23/24 and […]

Jacksonville Parks & Recreation Hosts Mother’s Day Celebration Event

mother's day celebration for Moms and kids

Jacksonville, AL – Jacksonville Parks & Recreation, in collaboration with the City of Jacksonville, Alabama, is gearing up to host a heartwarming Mother’s Day celebration event on May 11th. The event, designed to honor and celebrate mothers, promises a delightful morning filled with activities for parents and children alike. Scheduled to take place from 10:00 […]

Calhoun County Shines in State Track

Faith Christian’s boys were Class 1A state runners up in Cullman on Saturday. (Submitted photo)

Calhoun County, AL – Faith Christian boys take second. Donoho’s Connell, Cherokee County’s Johnson, Munford’s Frank, Handley’s Askew among multiple-event winners. Weaver’s boys dominate hurdles. Led by Brady Whitworth and the 4×100 relay team, Faith Christian’s boys tied Cherokee County’s girls for the highest team finish among area teams at the state track meets. The Class […]

Governor Kay Ivey Announces Approval of Alabama School of Healthcare Sciences

Governor Ivey Commends Legislature for Answering Her Call to Establish Alabama School of Healthcare Sciences

Montgomery, AL – In a recent development for education and healthcare in Alabama, Governor Kay Ivey has announced the approval of the Alabama School of Healthcare Sciences. The Governor, in a statement following the Legislature’s approval, expressed enthusiasm for the establishment of the specialized high school in Demopolis, foreseeing its pivotal role in shaping the […]

Calhoun County Soccer Playoffs

Jacksonville’s girls will make their first state-semifinal appearance after winning a penalty-kick shootout with Westminster Christian on Saturday. (Submitted photo)

Calhoun County, AL – Donoho’s girls, Jacksonville girls bound for state semifinals in Huntsville after dramatic quarterfinal victories.   Donoho’s and Jacksonville’s girls went to penalty kicks in a memorable Calhoun County final in April, and they’ll go to the state semifinals. Donoho beat Westminster-Oak Mountain 1-0 in a Class 1A-3A quarterfinal Saturday, and Jacksonville […]

Gadsden State Community College Offers Free Fire Safety Training Sessions

Gadsden State, ACCS team up to offer free fire training

Gadsden, AL – Gadsden State Community College, in collaboration with the Alabama Community College System (ACCS), is set to host a series of comprehensive training sessions focused on fire extinguisher and fire safety. The initiative aims to equip participants with essential knowledge and skills to effectively respond to fire emergencies and ensure personal safety. The free […]

Andrews Have It

Andrews have it

Silver Lakes, – Chattanooga’s Weathers leads, and Alexandria’s Brooks one stroke back after first round of Trail Championship at Silver Lakes. By Joe Medley The Andrews have it after one round of the Trail Championship. Chattanooga’s Andrew Weathers shot a 9-under-par 63 in Saturday’s first round at Silver Lakes and leads Alexandria’s Andrew Brooks by one […]