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Anthem missing prior to games

I have covered several baseball and softball games throughout the county at this point in the season, and ...

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Author releases second novel

Mark Lee Sheppard recently published his second novel titled America-Project Reformation in November. The book is a fictional ...

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Affordable prices await at T’s Attic

T’s Attic recently opened up its doors on U.S. 31 in Clanton, as owners Tammy and Randy Barefield ...

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Darkness to light: West family will continue ministry

“He died for the Acholi people and the cause of Christ. That’s the Love of Christ. You can’t ...

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Missionary from Jemison dies from medical complications

“He’s not here right now, and it hurts so bad,” Barbara West said. “But we know where he ...

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Summer camp helps students, adults with English language skills

“The teachers do a really good job of taking the books we pick out and creating incredible lessons,” ...

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Educators tour local farms for ‘Ag in the Classroom’

“We’re excited for the attendees to see farms, some of them for the first time, and be able ...

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Students ‘pie’ superintendent as reward for clothing drive

"I just felt really called to help Raleigh’s Place," Hannah Tierce said.

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Verbena church to celebrate 140th anniversary

“When you walk in [the church], you’re walking back in time," Hunter Pugh said. "It’s really cool because ...

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Cancer survivor has much to look forward to

“There have been some tough days, but I enjoy life—even more than before," Jennifer Watley said. "I don’t ...

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Verbena student recognized for overcoming cerebral palsy

“The only things I can’t do are tie shoes and cut a steak,” Stephen Bryant said.

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Career Tech Academy will offer integrated core courses

“We want to gear their whole education to their career path,” Dara Norman said.

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Local actors producing college’s first play in 25 years

“Jeff State once had a huge theatre department from what I’ve been told, with productions every year," Ashley ...

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‘Best in beef’: Students excel at statewide cook-off

“I saw a lot of good dishes down there, so I wasn’t sure,” Lucas Jones said.

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Clanton police officer repays boy for gift of curly fries

“It is small things like this that make me proud to wear my badge. It is refreshing that ...

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