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Council told medical clinic may move from city to Lanett

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Mayor Barry Moody called the August 26, 2019 City Council Meeting to order with Council Members Neal McCurdy, Toney Thomas, Michael Ellis and Charlotte Blasingame present. Councilwoman Tammie Williams was absent. After the approval of the minutes of the August 12 Council meeting, the Council considered a request by Ann Gleaton, Superintendent of the Water […]

Commission, GVAAC honor baseball champions

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The 9 and 10-year-old Dixie Youth World Series Champs came together at the Chambers County Court House Monday night where the Chamber County Commissioners address the team. “All of Chambers County is proud of this Valley Team for winning the Dixie Youth World Series Championship. It is going to take awhile for this to sink […]

Mike’s Musings Michael Wilcox, Publisher/Editor A Not So Magical Journey To Disney

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The Magic Kingdom is not so magical to this old curmudgeon. I was somehow convinced to chauffeur and partake in the wonders of Disney World with my wife, a friend and their 8-year-old daughter. It had been fifteen glorious years since I had previously endured all that Mickey and his friends had to offer. My […]

Back to School “Blast” highlights Allen scholarship

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Lafayette community hosted it›s last back to school bash on last Saturday for this year. School had started. but, the fun hadn›t stopped just yet. Powell Chapel, PHYRE and CCSD presented their 7th Annual Big Blast Back to Bash on the Lafayette High School Band field. The day was filled with kids, free food, games, […]

Lanett square gets fountain

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Monday Lanett Mayor Kyle McCoy and City Council proudly dedicated a new 30-foot wide fountain. The beautiful fountain lights up down town Lanett at night and is the centerpiece for the beautification project that is on going in Lanett. The fountain is located in the well know triangle area of down town and replaces a […]

Lanett lands Tractor Supply for mill site

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Lanett Mayor Kyle McCoy announced a big economic development win for the city on Friday. McCoy revealed that Tractor Supply Company would be the first tenant on the newly acquired and cleared Lanett Mill site. Tractor Supply Company is the largest rural lifestyle retailer in the United States, operating over 1,700 stores in 49 states. […]

Welch pleads guilty of embezzling $300k from probate court

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A Grand Jury style closed hearing was held last Monday August 12th, at the Chambers County Court House where former Probate Clerk Rene Welch, 57, plead guilty to using her official position in the Chambers County Probate Judge’s Office for personal gains. Welch was sentenced to 18 months in prison and supervised probation for five […]

Film Festival’s third year deemed successful

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Many Actors, Actress-es, and directors made their way to Lanett, Ala-bama this past weekend. The 3rd annual Lanett City Film festival drew a big crowd and new Hori-zon Theater laid out the red carpet and welcomed all.Three venues- city hall, the Jane K. Farrar Event Center and New Horizon Theater showed a total of 70 […]