Apr 5, 2013
Red, white and blue balloons fill the air as students remember Luke Bresette
Saturday family and friends will celebrate the life of the 10-year-old boy who died when a bank of monitors fell on him at an Alabama airport.
Alabama Dance Theatre hosts weekend of 'Mistletoe' parties
Troy University's Ray White and his wife, Jo, were among those enjoying Friday night's Mistletoe Party in Tine's Alley with Kitty Seale, the artistic director of the Alabama Dance Theatre, and one of its resident choreographers, Sara Sanford.
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Colburn appointed to assistant police chief
The Carbon Hill City Council voted unanimously Thursday to reinstate Ron Colburn as the city's assistant police chief.
Berry, Coleman ancestors honored
Members of the Berry-Coleman family made a donation to the East Three Notch Museum in honor of their families.
7 polling places become handicap compliant
Posted on Tuesday, May 11th, 2010 at 12:00 am. Thanks to a more than $4,000 grant, seven of the countya s 25 polling places are being made handicap accessible to comply with the a oeHelp America Vote Act.a Probate Judge Ben Bowden made the announcement during Mondaya s commission meeting.