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Argument over football game ends in seven party goers shot

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Sunday morning at approximately midnight, officers of the Valley Police Department were called to the area of 300 Boulevard (Fairfax Kindergarten) in reference to shots being fired and multiple injuries. On arrival officers found two victims, a 24 year old male from Lanett and an 18 year old male from Lanett, in a vehicle in […]

Cmon up says Rep. Rogers, and local family does just that

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Congressman Mike Rogers has extended an offer to all East Alabamians to come to our nation’s capital and have a unique chance to meet with the Congressman while enjoying coffee and donuts in his office. “Fall is such a lovely time of the year in our nation’s capital.” I want to remind anyone who will […]

Citizens can visit school classrooms

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Beginning next month, the Chambers County School District will provide unique opportunities for local citizens to witness first-hand their public education system in action. A series of special Open House activities will allow visitors direct access to a classroom setting while students are in the process of learning. “We wanted to create a different type […]

Sports

Chambers Academy Pee Wee Football Undefeated

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By Ashley OliverCorrespondent The Chambers Academy Pee Wee football team remains undefeated after wins over Lee-Scott, Lakeside, Glenwood and Hooper. They will participate in a Pee Wee bowl at Lowndes Academy on Saturday, October 19th with their first game against Escambia set for 1:30, and the second game against Hooper at 3:50. The championship game […]

Lafayette High School Honors Senior Football Players

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Lafayette Bulldogs celebrated senior night at the Bulldog Stadium. This was one of the largest classes of senior football players, band members, trainers and cheerleaders in several years. 26 seniors including 13 football players were recognized and honored with their families. No related posts.

Bulldog Senior Spotlight #3

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My name is Xavier Holloway.   I am a senior at Lafayette high school class of 2020. My parents are Gloria story and Christopher Holloway. After high school I plan to attend college majoring in criminal justice and playing football at the next level.  This season I am expecting to make it the big game (championship […]

School

Ferrell Named “Teacher of the Year”

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I am so grateful to be John P. Powell’s 2019 – 2020 Teacher of the Year. It is such an honor and a privilege. Over the years, I have taken on many hats. Cheer coach, mentor, tutor, JPP News, robotics, and the leadership team, just to name a few. Along with teaching math, I strive […]

Local News

Budget Put on Hold Due to Kardoe’s Closing

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By Shannon Hunter The October 14 regular City Council was to be preceded by a meeting on the 2019-2020 Budget, because the Council has yet to develop a budget for the current fiscal year that began on October 1. This meeting was canceled because of the announcement of the closing of the Kardoes Rubber plant […]

Columns

Nothing Is Impossible

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A lot of us are faced with the impossible. We may have what seems to be impossible debts, physical illnesses, human relationships and vocational pressures. Too often we hear someone say, “Nothing is impossible” and we nod our heads nonchalantly in an unbelieving way. Keep in mind there is always the possibility of a breakthrough. […]

Inside the Statehouse

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Humor WANT A JOB

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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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