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Tuesday is Primary Election Day

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Crunch time is here as various state and local candi- dates are making their fi nal campaign pitches ahead of the June 5th primary election in Alabama. This year’s elec- tion is one that may show a change in Alabama’s voting trends after the election of Doug Jones, a Democrat, in the largely red stronghold […]

Log A Load raises $50k at LaFayette event

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Loggers Giving Back in a Big Way Just a few weeks ago the Alabama Loggers Council and the Alabama Forestry Association held their annual Log A Load for Kids fundraiser to benefit Children’s of Alabama. The Log a Load for Kids program is one of Children’s of Alabama’s largest supporters. The Piedmont District Annual Skeet […]

City honors retiring Police Chief Hill

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LaFayette Police Chief Benny Hill received the plaque above as well as accolades from City Council for his year’s of service. Hill announced his retirement last month. Related posts: Former Camp Hill police chief charged Police Chief Hill announces retiremen Hill named LaFayette police chief LaFayette Council appoints Lt. Ben Hill as interim police chief

Sports

Lanett basketball state champs honored by county commission

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The Lanett High School Panthers con- tinue to make history in Chambers County and the state of Alabama during the 2017-2018 school year. As the school was recognized for a football championship earlier in the year, local County Commissioners bestowed another recognition on the school on Monday evening as the state cham- pionship basketball team […]

Lady Rebels win 1, lose 2 at state tournament

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By Ashley Oliver Correspondent The Chambers Acad – emy Lady Rebels entered the state tournament on Friday as the #3 seed from region 1 pitting them against Cornerstone Christian, the #2 seed from region 2, for the first game of tournament play. After a slow start the Lady Rebels defeated Cornerstone by a score of […]

Bulldogs 3rd, 4th at state track meet

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By Pam Holloway Correspondent 100m: Alahbra’J Todd finished 4th, with a time of 12.98. Keaun – dra Woody finished 8th, with a time of 13.32. 200m: Alahbra’J Todd finished 6th, with a time of 27.36. 100m hurdles: Kendra James finished 2nd, with a time of 15.86. 300m hurdles: Kendra James finished 2nd with a time […]

School

Five Points Honor Roll

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All A’s: 1st Grade: Jeremy Huguley, Adrian Kyles)Savannah Luse, Nolen Tollison, Isabella Tucker, Navaeh·Ann Willis. A’s & B’s: 1ST Grade: Ethan Holloway. All A’s 2nd Grade: Keegan Craig, Sierra Harpelj Matthew Hull. A’s & B’s 2nd Grade: Payden Baker, Adam Bryan, Peyton Carter, TourinDavis, Payton Fields. All A’s 3’d Grade: Charles Gray, Skyler Luse, Ja’marion […]

Local News

21 dogs, cats found when EMS called

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An animal hoarding situation is under inves- tigation at a home along Chambers County Road 229. Chambers County Sherif f’s deputies and animal control officers say 21 animals are being removed from a home that is unlivable for animals or humans. Investigators were alerted to the issue when EMS was called to the home to […]

Columns

Inside the Statehouse By Steve Flowers

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Among the plethora of races on the ballot this year are the important seats on the Alabama Supreme Court. We have an unprec- edented five out of nine seats up for election. Our Alabama Supreme Court as well as our Courts of Criminal Appeals are extremely conservative, pro-business and all Re- publican. This conservatism dates […]

Opinion

Liberals Are Damaging Our Great Country

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Letter to the Editor: I was just thinking about how liberals have damaged our great coun- try over the years ever so slowly, but surely. They have totally destroyed the Boy Scouts, first by glam – orizing homosexuality into it, then by completely taking the male out of it. They are well on the way […]

Regarding gun control

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Finally, common sense

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