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Film Festival’s third year deemed successful

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Many Actors, Actress-es, and directors made their way to Lanett, Ala-bama this past weekend. The 3rd annual Lanett City Film festival drew a big crowd and new Hori-zon Theater laid out the red carpet and welcomed all.Three venues- city hall, the Jane K. Farrar Event Center and New Horizon Theater showed a total of 70 […]

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Water improvements on the way for LaFayette

The LaFayette Sun
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City of LaFayette Manager Louis Davidson stated “Monday night the city Council passed a resolution to move forward with phase 2 for water line repair and accepted a bid from a contractor to do the work.” The City of LaFayette received a Community Development Block Grant earlier this year, which is intended to help improve […]

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Film festival on tap for Lanett this weekend

The LaFayette Sun
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On August 16th and 17th the city of Lanett will be holding their annual film festival. This festival will be showing all sorts of films made by local artist. The festival features films will include narrative shorts, brilliant documentaries, student films, and By Jody Stewart Corespondent City of LaFayette Manager Louis Davidson stated “Monday night […]

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LPD July Arrests

The LaFayette Sun
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Brittney Campbell – Failure to pay Sarica Clark – Failure to pay Tevin Meadows –Domestic violence 3rd Lindsey Brooks – Theft of property 4th Brandon Calloway- Failure to pay Kenneth Barsh – D.U.I. La’Quan Ballard – Disorderly conduct, criminal trespass 3rd Stephanie Daniel – Disorderly conduct, criminal mischief 3rd, assault 3rd Angelica Daniel- Disorderly conduct, […]

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Spotlight on Eastside Teacher – Shenika Threadgill

The LaFayette Sun
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By Pam Holloway Correspondent The winner of The La- Fayette Sun’s « How do you get ready your room ready or school competition is Mrs. Shenika Threadgill. Mrs. Threadgill, is a 2nd grade teacher at Eastside Elementary School in Lafayette. This is Mrs. Threadgill’s 8th year teaching in Lafayette. Her favorite subject is Science. Favorite […]

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Woman addresses council about cemetery issues By Shannon Hunter Correspondent

The LaFayette Sun
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The July 12, 2019 City Council meeting was pre-ceded by a Public Hearing to deal with 9 overgrown and nuisance properties. Mayor Moody and Council members Toney Thomas, Mike Ellis and Charlotte Blasingame were present. Neal McCurdy and Tammie Williams were absent.The overgrown property was 114 Drake Ave., Clar-ence T. & Nellie Trimble. The eight […]

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eamc receives Women’s choice Award

The LaFayette Sun
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East Alabama Medical Center (EAMC) has been named one of America’s Best Hospitals for Orthopedics by the Women’s Choice Award®, America’s trusted referral source for the best in healthcare. The award signifies that EAMC is in the top 10 percent of 4,797 U.S. hospitals offering orthopedics services.There are clear gender differences in musculoskeletal disease, according […]

New Horizon, CA senior guests at Rotary

Eighty Special Olympians compete in Valley

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Chambers County Special Olympics is an annual event that’s held in Valley AL. at the Val-ley Community Center.It’s for individuals with significant cognitive/and or physical disabilities.More than 80 students from Lafayette, Lanett, Valley and Valley haven competed Friday in the Chamber County Special Olympics. The competition includes several special events. Tamarianna Moore carries the torch […]

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