Jemison revenue expected to increase

The Jemison City Council approved the next fiscal year budget during its Sept. 19 meeting.


Wilson resigns from Jemison Council

The Jemison City Council will be looking to appoint someone to District 3 following the resignation of Councilman ...


Thorsby mural underway, complete by Swedish Festival

By Carey Reeder | Staff Writer The Thorsby City Council received an update on the mural on the ...


Oak Grove Baptist celebrates 100 years

By JOYANNA LOVE | Managing Editor Oak Grove Baptist in Jemison commemorated its centennial year as a church ...


Disc golf event raises over $2,000 for charity

By Carey Reeder | Staff Writer The Raleigh’s Place Charity Event hosted by the Clanton Disc Golf Club ...


Alabama State Parks to offer free admission on National Public Lands Day

From The Office of Gov. Kay Ivey MONTGOMERY –  Alabama State Parks will waive all entrance and parking ...


Celebrating the classics


Robinson starts district attorney term early

From 19th Judicial Circuit Gov. Kay Ivey has appointed CJ Robinson as district attorney for the 19th Judicial Circuit, ...


Creative fun is at the heart of new party business

A new party opportunity for children has come to Chilton County.


Maplesville approves budget

The Maplesville Town Council recently unanimously approved its budget for the next fiscal year.


Chamber holds golf tournament in Clanton

All photos by CAREY REEDER | ADVERTISER The Chilton County Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament made its return ...


St. Vincent’s bringing attention to PAD awareness

By Carey Reeder | Staff Writer The month of September is Peripheral Artery Disease Awareness Month and Ascension ...


Chilton County Schools sees student increase

Chilton County Schools saw an increase in enrollment this year with the average daily membership, students who are ...


Costume donations needed for Children’s of Alabama

By JOYANNA LOVE | Managing Editor The Relay for Life Queens are gearing up for Halloween by collecting ...


Chilton County Schools hosts college and career fair

Local high school students were able to explore post-graduation options talking to business, higher education and military leaders ...

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