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New Horizon Theater will Present “The Hollow”

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New Horizon Theater in West Point will present “The Hollow” from February 27- February 29. The Hollow is a 1951 play by crime writer Agatha Christie. It is based on the 1946 book of the same name, and the first play production was in which was produced in 1951. Come step back in time and […]

Humor: Horse Feathers

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Ray Fuller called and said that he was sending me a book titled Horsefeathers & Other Curious Words. When it arrived, I noticed that not only is the title strange but it is written by a man with a strange last name Funk. I can’t actually recall using horsefeathers in any of my cotton patch […]

Career Tech Center Welcomes Baby Goats

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The newest additions at the Chambers County Career Technical Center are nine baby goats, three sets of twins and three individual kids. The group consists of four does and five bucks. “We started last year with five female goats and one male as part of the expansion of our FFA program,” said Principal Ken Sealy. […]

Local businesses, Newspapers Can’t Survive Without You

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I read a column from another weekly newspaper last week titled “Can newspapers and their communities—survive? It got me to thinking. I guess I failed to realize how intertwined a good newspaper was with its community and vice-versa. The worrier I am, I’m always concerned about the health of my newspapers, but I never gave […]

Inside the Statehouse: Primaries Next Week

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Folks, our primaries are next week! On the Democratic side, the Presidential Preference Primary will be the big show and will be interesting to watch. On the right, the Republican Primary for the U.S. Senate Seat will be the marquee event. In addition to the Senate Race, you have two open Republican Congressional Seats in […]

My Garden of Life: A Fantastic February

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It’s a rainy day here at the Battle House Hotel in Mobile. Of course, Mobile could be substituted for just about any city, town, or community in our wonderful state. We have had some rain; haven’t we? I’m down here speaking at the Alabama Power Safety Kickoff conference. I’ve told countless people that I’m about […]

Reflections: Grace for the Moment-Strength for the Day

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Sitting among a seasoned group of sermon makers to examine a young minister for ordination was not a new experience for me. I had no way of knowing, however, that this one under pressure would shock me with his answer to an important question and send me home wiser than when I came. Ordination councils […]

Morgan crowned Miss Panacea

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By Ashley Oliver- Correspondent   Abbie Morgan, daughter of Glenn and Tammy Morgan, was crowned the 2020 Chambers Academy Miss Panacea in the school’s annual pageant. Allyson Noles, daughter of Andy and Ashlee Noles, was crowned Junior Miss Panacea. The pageant, now in its 50th year, celebrated by inviting all previous Panacea winners to participate in […]

Community Events

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American Legion Post 141 and Aux will meet Thurs night on Feb 27th at 6pm at the Legion Hall. A covered dish supper will be served. All members are encouraged to attend. St Paddy’s on the River March 14, 2020 3-11pm et. $ bands and a Bull don’t miss this show! Chasing Payne Jonboy Storey […]

Church Happenings

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White Hall Missionary Baptist Church with Ed Vines as pastor is having Auxiliaries Day on Sunday March 16th thru the 18th at 1:30 pm cst. Guest speaker is Rev. James Metier of Greenwood Baptist Church. Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church with Rev. Douglas Jones as Pastor on March 1, at 2pm we will celebrate our Pastor’s […]