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Electronics drop off a success

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By Alton Mitchell Correspondent The second annual electronics recycling drive sponsored by a partnership between the Chambers County Commission and Mayor Riley of the City of Valley wrapped up last Thursday. This year’s event is one that has kept more than 6,100 lbs of electronics out of the Chambers County Landfill. Last Week residents from […]

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Wood announces state rep candidacy

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County Commissioner and local small business owner Debbie Wood recently announced her candidacy for Alabama House of Representatives, District 38. This seat became available when Representative Isaac Whorton announced that he would run for Circuit Judge. District 38 covers Parts of Chambers and Lee County. “I graduated as Salutatorian from Beulah High School in 1984 […]

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Two announce run for commission

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By Alton Mitchell Correspondent Two candidates have thrown their name in the pool to seek the County Commission seat being vacated by longtime County Commissioner Debbie Wood, who announced her intentions to run for a state house seat last week. The two candidates looking to fill the District 6 seat each carry a unique story […]

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2018 calendar set

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By Alton Mitchell Correspondent The Chambers County Commission has approved its 2018 holiday calendar. While the Commission will observe many of the same holidays its observed in 2017, there will be one noticeable change that was approved at Monday evenings commission meeting. The Chambers County Commission will recognize its normal holidays in 2018 as it […]

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Fredonia seeks funding for Community House repair

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In an Oct. 10 meeting of Fredonia Town Council, representatives of Fredonia Heritage Association urged the local government to join in the appeal for funds to repair the historic Fredonia Community House. The association, in combination with Fredonia Community Club, recently received a $5,000 grant from Alabama Historical Commission. “We’re really grateful to have received […]

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