Monday Nov 18
Clay County: The last dry soil in the Heart of Dixie
Clay County commissioners Wayne Watts and Roy Johnson look at an old moonshine still that Watts has at his business in Lineville.
The Montgomery Advertiser
Guest Editorial: Schools not ready for 'cloud'
We think that's the case with a push to make textbooks a thing of the past in Alabama's public schools.
Ranburne awaits word on grant for road improvements
Ranburne town officials are still waiting to hear whether they will be able to do some much needed road work.
Rep. Phil Williams says Alabama lawmakers 'boneheaded' to consider student laptops, tablets
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- State Rep. Phil Williams, R-Monrovia, says the state of Alabama is racing in the wrong direction with calls to borrow $100 million to put laptops in the hands of all children.
Alabama Lawmakers Look to Phase Out School Textbooks
Reports say, Republican state Sen. Gerald Dial of Lineville and Rep. Jim McClendon of Springville say textbooks are obsolete and they estimate the state could eventually save $15 million by replacing the books with laptops or tablet computers.