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JP Powell holds 1st prom

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John P. Powell Middle School hosted its first junior high prom on May 6. “A Night on the Nile” Egyptian them was the center of attention as parents, faculty, and family members entered to watch the lead-out of our students showcasing their beautiful attire. In attendance were students from grades 6-8. Our 2017 prom king […]

LaFayette votes “no” to vacating Sixth Court

Southern Union Foundation awards scholarships for 2017-18

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The Southern Union Foundation recently awarded or renewed 12 scholarships to incoming freshman or currently enrolled Southern Union State Community College students for the 2017-2018 academic year. The amount awarded to these students totaled $60,000. Receiving the Emily Hudson Memorial Scholarship were Lydia Cox and Austin Hudmon. This scholarship was established in 2015 to honor […]

LaFayette votes “no” to vacating Sixth Court

LHS graduates

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LHS graduates TYANNA QUALIZZA MONAE ASKEW KENNETH AUTRY JAQUAVION TYRIK AVERY LAQUANDEIZ DEANTHONY BALLARD TERANCE DEWAYNE BALLARD ANDREANA TYNECIA BARKER JAMARIOUS TEO’KEVIOUS KEONTA BEATTY CHENCIA KAELA BA’NAE BELL MARQUEZ DIONNE BROOKS LAJAVIER DAEQUAN BRYANT AERIAH ZEBRETЀ BULLARD MAKIYA LATRICE BURDETTE EBONY LASHAY FIELDS ASHLEY MONIQUE FLOYD DEAVIN D’AMONTII-ANDRA FOREMAN CHRISTOPHER WILLIAM FOSTER ANDREW JOSEPH FRAZIER […]

LaFayette votes “no” to vacating Sixth Court

Four awarded $2500 scholarships

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By Alton Mitchell Four LaFayette area high school seniors have received a big economic boost to assist them with their college careers. On Monday evening the scholarship recipients were honored before the LaFayette city council at their normal meeting. The Alabama Municipal Electric Authority annually awards scholarships in the amount of $2500 to students in […]