The Greensboro Raiders’ coaching staff enjoyed crawfish with University of Alabama head coach Nick Saban last week at the Alabama Coaches’ Clinic in Tuscaloosa. Pictured above at the event are Coaches Johnson, Wright, Davis, Jones, Wiggins, and King.
Classified Ad Rates — MINIMUM RATE (In Hale or Perry County) — $10.00 per insertion, 20 words or less. All words in excess of 20,75¢ per word. Payable in advance of publication.— MINIMUM RATE (Outside Hale or Perry County) — $10.00 per insertion,20 words or less. All words in excess of 20, 95¢ per word. Payable in advance of publication.Card of Thanks, Birthday Greetings, Memoriams, and Poems — standard size (2 column-inches by 2 inches or 1 column-inch by 4... Read More
Secretary of State Wes Allen wants to remind Alabama citizens that there isless than one week left to register to vote before the 2024 Primary Election. “As Secretary of State, I want to encourage all eligible Alabama citizens to register to vote and to exercise this constitutional right,” said Secretary Allen. “Voter participation in safe, secure, and transparent elections is critical to the success of our state.” Eligible Alabama citizens must register to vote by Monday, February 19, 2024 to... Read More
The 2024 Outstanding Young Farm Family finalists were announced Feb. 10 during Young Farmers Conference in Gulf Shores. They are the Wendlands of Autauga County; the Dixons of Lee County; and the Loveladys of Talladega County. From left are Federation State Young Farmers Committee Chair and Mobile County farmer Dillon Turk, the Wendlands, the Dixons, the Loveladys, Federation Executive Director Paul Pinyan and Federation Young Farmers Division Director Hunter McBrayer Eight young farm families today notched division wins in the... Read More
A large tree fell across North Tuscaloosa Street in Greensboro on Monday afternoon, taking down power lines and transformers along with it. In addition to backing up traffic as far back as Main Street, the damage to power lines was significant. Some residents’ power was not restored until nearly 9:00 p.m. that evening as crews worked to clean up the mess and repair the damage. Photo courtesy of Gary Allen.
A shooting in the early morning hours of Thursday, Feb. 8 has ended in Marion’s first murder of 2024. A criminal complaint filed in Perry County District Court on Monday, Feb. 12 names Oliver Lewis Kynard, 46, as the suspect in the shooting death of Terrance T. Shaw, 30. The incident occurred at the Texaco gas station on Washington Street in Marion, near the campus of Marion Military Institute. According to the complaint, Kynard shot Shaw “multiple times” with a... Read More