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Tornado survivors welcome Trump to Lee County

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Last Friday, Beauregard streets were lined with people holding American flags as President Trump and First Lady Melania came to visit the survivors of the March third tor-nado that tore through Lee County. Folks in Alabama look forward to March because it marks the beginning of spring, which brings warmer weather, a week of spring […]

Valley students receive dose of reality

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Valley students receive dose of realityStudents at Valley High School were given a genuine “dose of reality” Friday during an assem- bly program presented by Linda Dutil, RN emer- gency room nurse from the state of Maine who currently travels across the country, talking to elemen- tary, middle, high school and college students about making […]

Former deputy chief arrested on 40 felony counts

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William Lane, former Randolph County chief deputy was arrested after work Friday afternoon. According to DA Jeremy Duerr, he faces 40 felony indictments. They include 11 counts of use of official’s position for personal gain, one count first degree theft of property, and 28 indict- ments of fraudulent use of credit or debit cards related […]

Council agrees to lease Community House to UNITE

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After twice failing to get a quorum in February, the City Council convened a third time on March 4th and transacted business in a short meeting with all members present. Streets and Sanitation Superintendent George Green presented options for equipment to continue the work of demolishing condemned buildings. The City has been using a backhoe, […]

Chambers County Task force arrests ten on drug charges

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Agents of the Chambers County Drug Task Force and the Alabama Drug Enforcement Drug Task Force (Region D) con- ducted several operations in Chambers County that resulted in the execution of two search warrants and the arrest of (10) individu- als on (21) charges. The following subjects were arrested and charged with the following of- […]

“The Outsiders” brings emotion to audience

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The play “The Outsid- ers” was brought to life this weekend at New Horizon Theater in West Point Georgia. The Out- siders is a coming-of-age novel by S. E. Hinton, first published in 1967 by Viking Press. The story line of the play was about peer pressure, rebellion and life consciences. The plot centered on […]

Birmingham thespians perform for middle school

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The Birmingham Chil- dren’s Theatre performed for students of John P. Powell School on Tuesday, February19 at 9:30 a.m. This performance was funded by a grant from the Alabama State Council on the Arts. John P. Powell Middle School is one of 18 schools in 12 counties benefiting from the Coun – cil’s statewide Alabama […]

Red Cross offers help

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The American Red Cross of Alabama is work- ing with partners to help people impacted by these deadly storms. Resources, including volunteers and supplies have been mobi- lized and damage assess- ment teams will be out in the most heavily impacted communities—as soon as it is safe to do so. In addition, disaster mental health […]

Chambers Schools collects supplies for tornado victims

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The Chambers County School District launched a concerted effort Mon- day morning to collect relief supplies for victims of a devastating tornado that ripped through Lee County Sunday afternoon. The effort was spearhead- ed by Valley High School Assistant Principal Casey Chambley. “Our neighbors are in great need of our help,” said Chambley. “Many have […]

She helps despite losing family, home

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This young lady epito- mizes what it means to be “Beauregard Strong”. She lost everything in yester- day’s storm, including members of her family. Yet she showed up today to help by feeding our first responders. Please keep Makitha and the rest of this wonderful community in your prayers.