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Wellborn Gears Up for 2nd Annual Marching Highlanders Summerfest and Car Show in Anniston

Marching Highlander Summerfest and Car Show

Anniston, AL – Wellborn is set to host the much-anticipated 2nd Annual Marching Highlanders Summerfest and Car Show, promising a day of excitement, community spirit, and automotive thrills. Organized to support the Wellborn High School Band students, this event is a celebration of unity and giving back to the community. Scheduled for Saturday, May 18, […]

Jacksonville’s Fair on the Square: A Day of Entertainment, Food, and Shopping

Fair at the Square

Jacksonville, AL – Get ready to mark your calendars because Jacksonville’s highly anticipated Fair on the Square is back! Scheduled for Saturday, May 18th, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, this event promises a day filled with entertainment, delicious food, and exciting shopping opportunities right in the heart of the city’s Public Square. The lineup of […]

Piedmont City Council Approves Operational Expenses and Addresses Infrastructure Needs

City of Piedmont Council Regular Meeting

Piedmont, AL – During the Tuesday afternoon Piedmont City Council meeting Mayor Baker informed the Council the operational expenses for the past 3 weeks were $696, 117.14 which included three weeks of payroll. The bills were approved for payment. The Council discussed four different abatement Resolutions in which all were at different locations that the grass […]

Jacksonville State University Welcomes Kaitlyn Letson as New SGA President

Jax State Welcomes Kaitlyn Letson as New SGA President

Jacksonville, AL – The Jacksonville State University (JSU) Student Government Association (SGA) proudly announces the swearing-in of Kaitlyn Letson as its new President, marking a significant transition in student leadership at the institution. Hailing from Moulton, Alabama, Letson brings a wealth of experience and dedication to her new role. Currently pursuing her master’s degree in public […]

Summer Hayes Coming to Oxford

Former Oxford High standout Hayes Harrison (right), the 2023 Alabama Mr. Baseball and Gatorade player of the year for Alabama, signs Wednesday to play summer ball for the Choccolocco Monsters. The team also announced Etowah High assistant coach Ricky Clayton (center) as its head coach. Also pictured: Kaleigh Clayton, Ricky’s wife. (Submitted photo)

Oxford, AL – Harrison, former Oxford standout and 2023 Alabama Mr. Baseball, will reunite with Brooks for summer ball with Monsters. Team also hires Clayton as head coach. By Joe Medley  Hayes Harrison knew he’d have a homecoming, coming back to Choccolocco Park to play in this week’s Alabama Community College Conference baseball tournament. Only recently […]

U.S. Senators Introduce MOMS Act Ahead of Mother’s Day

U.S. Senators Katie Britt, Marco Rubio, Kevin Cramer Introduce MOMS Act to Help Build Culture of Life, Support Women, Strengthen Families

Washington D.C. – With Mother’s Day on the horizon, a group of U.S. Senators, led by Katie Britt of Alabama, Marco Rubio of Florida, and Kevin Cramer of North Dakota, has introduced the More Opportunities for Moms to Succeed (MOMS) Act. This legislation aims to provide crucial support to women during pivotal phases of motherhood, including […]

Soccer Playoffs for Calhoun County Team

Donoho’s girls celebrate after beating Madison Academy in Wednesday’s Class 1A-3A semifinals in Huntsville. (Submitted photo)

Huntsville, AL – Donoho’s girls dominate Madison Academy, earn return trip to Class 1A-3A finals. Jacksonville’s girls see 4A run end against Westminster Christian. Soccer semifinals John Hunt Park, Huntsville Wednesday CLASS 1A-3A Donoho girls 5, Madison Academy 0 Finals Friday, 2 p.m. Donoho vs. St. James CLASS 4A Westminster Christian 7, Jacksonville girls 0 Finals […]

Alabama Governor Signs Sweeping “Working for Alabama” Legislative Package

Governor Ivey Signs Landmark ‘Working for Alabama’ Legislative Package into Law

Montgomery, AL – Alabama’s Governor, Kay Ivey, has officially signed into law the comprehensive “Working for Alabama” legislative package, aimed at revitalizing the state’s workforce, bolstering economic development, and uplifting rural communities. The ambitious set of bills garnered bipartisan support and was celebrated as a pivotal step towards addressing critical challenges faced by the state. Joined […]

Self Recruiting Pays for Jacksonville Student

Jacksonville’s Cole Guthrie signs Thursday to play baseball for Virginia Peninsula Community College. (Photo by Joe Medley)

Jacksonville, AL – Jacksonville’s Guthrie gets proactive shopping his film on site, finds his way to Virginia Peninsula Community College. By Joe Medley Arm health limited how much Cole Guthrie could pitch during his Jacksonville High career, but the senior righty found a way to get seen. He also found a college suitor. Guthrie signed Thursday […]