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Local Essential Businesses Open and Available to Serve Public

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By John C. West As businesses across Alabama temporarily close their doors due to the economic and social effects of Covid-19, several local essential businesses remain open for the public. Businesses such as restaurants, grocery stores, and hardware stores continue to serve as beacons of stability for the public despite the hardships brought on by […]

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 […]

Chambers County a Hotspot for COVID-19

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By Jody Stewart Chambers County has been hit especially hard with the COVID-19 virus ranking the sixth highest in the state with 36 reported cases as of Tuesday. More importantly is the number of deaths in the county related to the Virus, which stands at six accounting for nearly 46% of the deaths being reported […]

Reflections: HIS COMFORT ZONE

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You’ve heard it before: You need to step out of your comfort zone!” In most cases such counsel refers to that place of complacency where inspiration, motivation, achievement and growth have been forfeited for the rut of a comfortable and familiar, if mundane, status quo. But when life’s rocky road offers cold comfort only, what […]

Mike’s Musings: Stimulus Package Full of Pork Barrel

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Alrighty. Congress approved a nice fat $2.2 trillion stimulus package last week, but guess what was in it? $25 million for the Kennedy Center for the Arts $75 million for the National Endowment of the Arts $324 million for State Department evacuation expenses $200 million for food assistance for Puerto Rico and other U.S. territories […]

Inside the Statehouse: “The 1964 Goldwater Landslide was the Beginning of Republican Dominance of the South”

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Our primary runoffs have been postponed until July 14, 2020. It was a wise and prudent decision by Secretary of State John Merrill and Gov. Kay Ivey. Most voters are older and you are asking them to come out and vote and at the same time stay home. The main event will be the GOP […]

Humor: GIVING THANKS

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The COVID-19 virus is affecting everyone worldwide There are many in our nation who are taking great risks and giving hours of service without rest. This virus seems to be very contagious and yet our medical professionals across the spectrum are facing the unknown everyday to selflessly serve us. The same applies to our men […]

Here’s the Latest COVID-19 Update From EAMC

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In the Hospital 20 – the # of patients currently hospitalized at EAMC with a confirmed COVID-19 diagnosis. 7 – the # of patients previously hospitalized with COVID-19 who have been discharged. 31 – the # of patients currently hospitalized with suspected COVID-19. 25 – the # of patients currently hospitalized who were previously suspected […]

Gregory, Landrum Named Top CA Students

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Chambers Academy is pleased to announce that Kinsley Gregory will serve as the valedictorian for the senior class of 2020 and Joann Landrum will serve as the class Salutatorian. Congratulations to both of these students on all of their accomplishments. Kinsley Gregory is the daughter of Michael and Ramona Gregory of LaFayette. Kinsely maintained an […]