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Inmates feeling more isolation.

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The threat of CoVid-19 is everywhere, including the Chambers County Jail where inmates live in close quarters. “A single outbreak of the highly contagious virus could be dangerous.” Said Chambers County Sheriff Sid Lockhart. “We started taking precautions three weeks ago and stopped all visitors from entering the jail.” As of now the Chambers County […]

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Church Happenings

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Mt Pisgah Baptist Church A Western Style Christmas Celebration on Dec 14th at 6cst with lots of fun activities for everyone. Attire is Western tickets are $15.00 Ages 7 to 17 tickets are $5.00 White Chapel CME Church with Rev Daniel Todd Pastor will have its Family and friends day / homecoming on Nov 24th […]

Inmates feeling more isolation.

Drought Has Residents Wishing for Autumn

The LaFayette Sun
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Many Chamber County residents are feeling frustrated with our recent not so fall like weather. October usually brings Alabamians crisp mornings and the changing of the leaves. However, this year Alabama has experienced high temperatures and a lack of rainfall putting Chambers County in a dry, dusty, drought condition. Despite recent rainfall Chambers County is […]

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Valley students receive dose of reality

The LaFayette Sun
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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 […]

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Council agrees to lease Community House to UNITE

The LaFayette Sun
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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, […]

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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- […]

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