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Bah, humbug: Huntsville Christmas tree lot shut down for zoning violation
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - Greg Shell was thrilled when the Village of Providence invited him to open the first-ever Christmas tree lot in the fashionable west Huntsville neighborhood.
Sat Dec 14, 2013
The Montgomery Advertiser
More than 120 dogs seized from Alabama home
<![CDATA[TUSCUMBIA, Ala. (AP) -- Authorities have charged a Colbert County woman with animal cruelty after removing more than 120 dogs from her home. Sheriff Ronnie May tells the TimesDaily Debra Jane Catledge was charged with 15 counts of second-degree dog/cat cruelty. Many of the animals were removed from her home Wednesday, and Catledge was taken into custody Thursday. A total of 125 living dogs and four dead dogs, mostly Pomeranian and Yorkshire terriers, were taken from the home. Lawyer Billy Underwood represents Catledge. He said his client has raised, trained and sold dogs for 20 years and has never had a problem with the authorities. Second-degree dog/cat cruelty is a misdemeanor. Catledge was released on bond totaling $750. The dogs were brought to rescue agencies after being evaluated.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Wed Dec 11, 2013
The Montgomery Advertiser
Johnny Wyker, musician who inspired others, dies
Ella Wyker Martin said she will never forget the late-August day in 1972 when her brother, John D. Wyker III, appeared on Dick Clark's "American Bandstand."
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Bond revoked for accused Alabama child predator
Colbert County court officials say a man accused of sexually abusing five boys is now accused of trying to convince a victim to drop charges against him.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
School Delays for Tuesday, December 10
There is a Winter Weather Advisory issued for much of the Tennessee Valley from late Monday evening until 9 a.m. Tuesday.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Now Playing Onstage in Jackson, MS - Week of 12/08/2013
CRIMES OF THE HEART Meridian Little Theatre 12/5-12/11/2013 At the core of the tragic comedy are the three MacGrath Sisters, Mege, Babe and Lenny, who reunite at old granddaddy's home in Hazelhurst, MS.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Murder Suspect's Brother Accused in Overnight Shooting in Tuscumbia
The brother of the man accused of murdering Brioni Rutland in Florence last week is behind bars Tuesday in connection with an overnight shooting that injured a Rutland family member.
Tuscumbia Police investigate shooting related to coach's murder
Investigators say the shooting is related to last week's murder of Brioni "Bree" Rutland.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Florence man charged with murder after body of volunteer Deshler coach found in Tennessee River
Florence Police arrested a man early this morning in connection with the death of a volunteer Deshler coach whose body was found Friday in the Tennessee River.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Police find blood on Sheffield bridge
Sheffield and Tuscumbia police are investigating an alleged crime scene at the Old Railroad Bridge, which spans the Tennessee River.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Photo Flash: South County High School Theatre Opens the Miracle Worker Today
Most people know of Helen Keller, but not everyone knows how her inspiring story came to be.
Killing Coal - A Very Convienent Truth
How long have we worked against the coal industry? How many times have we said that there is no viable option for climate solutions that involve burning one of the dirtiest fuels on Earth? Coal-fired electric power generation produces 2,000 pounds of atmospheric CO2 for every megawatt of power generated; by comparison natural gas produces 1,100.
Guest Editorial: Tva made right call on coal plants
Meeting in Oxford, Miss., the board unanimously approved a proposal to retire all five coal-fired units at the Colbert plant in Tuscumbia, Ala.; one of two units at Widows Creek in Stevenson, Ala.; and two of the three units at the Paradise plant near Central City, Ky.