Home slandon

slandon

Whatever Happened To Old Fashioned Campaigning?

slandon 0
0
0
-As an avid observer of political campaigns I am appalled at the emphasis placed on fearmongering this election. Instead of electing the best candidate we are told on television and in print literature to not vote for a specific candidate because he or she might be a socialist or a racist. Whatever hap- pened to […]

Tornado touches down in Cusseta

slandon 0
0
0
The National Weather Service office in Birming – ham has confirmed that an EF0 tornado touched down in southern portions of Chambers County and parts of Lee County on Thursday. The twister left some minor damage in the Cusseta area but resulted in no injuries as it carved a path across parts of Cham- bers […]

Potts named new national logger president

slandon 0
0
0
Newly-appointed U.S. Forest Service Chief Vicki Christiansen addressed the American Loggers Coun- cil (ALC) during its 24 nd Annual Meeting. The meeting, held Oct. 11-13, brought loggers, ALC sponsors and others from across the country to Seaside, Ore. for logging demonstrations, special events and industry dis- cussions. As custom, the annual meeting was held in […]

Students explore careers at tech center

slandon 0
0
0
Dozens of elemen- tary school students from across Chambers County recently made the trip to LaFayette and were able to explore the options of Chambers County Schools Career Tech facility. The students in attendance were able to gain a wealth of knowledge about ca- reers and the offerings that the career tech program offers to […]

Lanett man dies in Hwy 50 crash

slandon 0
0
0
A 29-year-old Lanett man lost his life in crash on a Chambers County roadway early Monday morning. The crash re- mains under investigation by state law enforcement officials and few details have been released about the crash. According to a press release from the Ala- bama Law Enforcement Agency, law enforcement officials responded to a […]

Citizens urged to complete survey

slandon 0
0
0
The time has come for Chambers County residents to express their views concerning the future direction of their public school system. For the past few weeks, people have been directed through social media to view a video presentation entitled “What If,” which examines, among other things, the proposal of a centrally-located consoli- dated high school. […]

$300k unaccounted for at Probate office

slandon 0
0
0
An audit of the re- cords of the Chambers County Probate Office has revealed that a former longtime employee at the office has been arrested after being suspected in the theft of nearly $300,000 from the county office over the term of their employment. The individual suspected in the theft has now been arrested and […]

Bulldogs playoff bound after crushing Horseshoe Bend

slandon 0
0
0
The LaFayette Bulldogs are playoff bound. On last Friday the night the Bulldogs se- cured a spot in the 2018 Alabama 2A Playoffs with a smashing of the Horseshoe Bend Gener- als. The Bulldogs domi – nated the Generals with a 35-6 win. Once again senior quarterback Jaelin McCurdy put together another stellar game with […]

Lady Rebels upend Meadowview to reach final four

slandon 0
0
0
The Chambers Acad- emy Lady Rebels volley- ball team is headed to the final four for the second consecutive year. The ladies, put out in a nail biter by Autauga last year, are looking to win a first ever state championship in Varsity volleyball. The JV ladies won state less than 2 weeks ago. Could […]

Hey Chump, If You Won’t Vote, You Can’t Talk Trash

slandon 0
0
0
A few people I know tell me they don’t vote because government is corrupt and casting a bal- lot doesn’t matter, because the system is rigged. Others tell me I only vote at presidential elections because they are what counts. I argue that voting this Tuesday counts more than any other election. It is true […]