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City of LaFayette putting up a new flag

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Recently, the United States flag that flies constantly and proudly over the historic city cemetery in LaFayette was ripped from its ropes by high winds that passed through. Unknowingly, the flag must have fallen to the ground. A board member of the historic cemetery found where someone had very patriotically come to the rescue of […]

Citizens Initiate Prayer Chains, Park & Pray for EAMC Workers

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By Jody Stewart Amongst the stress of the everyday news of the COVID-19 virus there is a ray of hope and happiness going on at East Alabama Medical Center. Citizens from all around have found ways to support and show appreciation to all of those working the front lines at EAMC. People have been participating […]

Fifteen Teachers Attend Forestry Training

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Teachers Learn About Forestry By Rachel Snoddy, Chambers County Extension Coordinator The Chambers County Forestry Planning Committee hosted 15 teachers from around Chambers County on Valentine’s Day for their annual Forestry In-Service Training. This program is designed to teach local educators about the forestry industry with presentations and hands-on experiences. The day started with a […]

Sports

John Soules Foods Get Ready to Ramp Up

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by Gator Kincaid Even through these uncertain times and the possibility of economic turmoil, there are positive things going for the community to be optimistic about the near future for Chambers County. Last Month, Valley Mayor Leonard Riley reported that various grants have provided enough money to complete the installation of a water and sewer […]

2020 CA Fishing Team

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School

Chambers County Releases Education Plan for Students

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Following Alabama Governor Kay Ivey’s recent announcement that public schools statewide would remain closed for the balance of the current academic year, teachers, administrators, and support staff have been collaborating to determine a plan for providing the best possible outcome for students. Those discussions resulted in the following conclusions. “We do not want people to […]

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Local News

Inmates feeling more isolation.

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The threat of CoVid-19 is everywhere, including the Chambers County Jail where inmates live in close quarters. “A single outbreak of the highly contagious virus could be dangerous.” Said Chambers County Sheriff Sid Lockhart. “We started taking precautions three weeks ago and stopped all visitors from entering the jail.” As of now the Chambers County […]

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Columns

Ruining the economy is not the answer, tests are

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Am I a traitor because I don’t necessarily believe what comes out of Trump’s or Fauci’s mouth? Maybe. Should I be fined $1000 for refusing to wear a mask? Many of you would think so. Because my view of this pandemic might be different than the official government version, should I be taken to task? […]

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Opinion

Back To School

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Hard to believe it’s that time of year again. “Back when I was a kid” we didn’t go back until the Tuesday after Labor Day, and that was after a 24-hour dose of the Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon. Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Wayne Newton, Tony Orlando, and the aforementioned Jerry Lewis. Man, those were […]

My Garden Of Life

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