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Roads still recovering from flooding

After heavy rains fell throughout portions of Chilton County earlier this month, many roads are still recovering from flooding. “The roads are still very wet,” ... Read more

County’s preliminary unemployment rate for March decreases

Chilton County’s preliminary unemployment rate for March 2014 decreased 0.4 percent from the revised February 2014 rate. The county’s preliminary rate for March was 6.2 ... Read more

Authorities respond to ammonia leak in Clanton

Authorities in Clanton responded Friday morning to a report of an anhydrous ammonia leak at Merchants Foodservice. “At the time of the call, we didn’t ... Read more

DUI murder case headed to trial

A case involving a Plantersville man charged with murder for the death of a Jemison man will go to trial in July. Cedric Randall, 28, ... Read more

New Education Trust Fund Budget signed into law

“I appreciate their hard work and cooperation with me in that effort,” Gov. Robert Bentley said. “The FY2015 Education Trust Fund Budget is a good ... Read more

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  1. Thorsby students learn about agriculture at Farm Day
  2. Author, illustrator speaks to Clanton Elementary students
  3. Clanton Post Office will hold Passport Fair April 19
  4. Crowds flock to Maplesville’s fifth Heritage Day April 12
  5. Verbena football title trophy found, to be returned to school
  6. Board of Education adopts textbook list
  7. Franchise opportunities addressed during seminar
  8. Verbena author publishes first book of planned trilogy
  9. Fair may have found a temporary home at Clanton City Park
  10. Mayor signs Parental Alienation proclamation
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