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Chambers homecoming court announced

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Chambers Academy announces it’s 2017 homecoming court.  Pictured from left to right are Sissie Ansbro- 9th grade princess candidate, Kayla Cross- 11th grade princess candidate, Kelsey Oliver- Senior Queen candidate, Jossie Daniel- Senior Queen Candidate, Olivia Williams- 10th grade princess candidate. Winners will be announced during halftime festivities Friday night on Torbert Field.

Commission recognizes milestones

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By Alton Mitchell The Chambers County Commission functions like a well-crafted government machine. A series of smaller parts working together to keep things moving in the best interest for residents of Chambers County. This machine has a lot of back components that members of the public rarely see and one of those components has been […]

Chambers homecoming court announced

Walk to showcase Fredonia plants

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In keeping with the first year of Alabama’s three-year Bicentennial celebration, Fredonia Heritage Association is focusing on “place” for 2017. For the Bicentennial, “place” emphasizes the land. Fredonia Heritage will offer insight into what that place might have been before and during early settlement and development. On Sept. 30, well-known Alabama herbalist Darryl Patton will […]

Chambers homecoming court announced

Speed limit reduced on 278

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By Alton Mitchell An outcry for assistance by a group of residents from a small Chambers County community over the past several months did not fall on deaf ears, as members of the Chambers County Commission upheld their word and made a significant change to a roadway that residents saw as dangerous and a deathtrap […]

Chambers homecoming court announced

Accident causes traffic jam

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By Alton Mitchell Correspondent A rush hour crash near Valley on Monday evening resulted in a massive traffic jam that created gridlock along Chambers County’s main thoroughfare and backed up traffic into a neighboring County. Shortly before 5:00 p.m. central time on Monday a two-vehicle crash occurred near mile marker 70 on the northbound side […]

Chambers homecoming court announced

Dial asks senators to contribute

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State Senator Gerald Dial (R-Lineville) is leading an effort among Alabama’s State Senators to raise money for communities in Texas devastated by Hurricane Harvey. Dial is asking each of the thirty-five Senators to contribute at least $100 to the “Harvey Relief Fund,” which will be managed by Alabama Senate Secretary Pat Harris in Montgomery. “I […]

Chambers homecoming court announced