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Fifteen Teachers Attend Forestry Training

The LaFayette Sun
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Teachers Learn About Forestry By Rachel Snoddy, Chambers County Extension Coordinator The Chambers County Forestry Planning Committee hosted 15 teachers from around Chambers County on Valentine’s Day for their annual Forestry In-Service Training. This program is designed to teach local educators about the forestry industry with presentations and hands-on experiences. The day started with a […]

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Abney Wins Big, Tuberville, Sessions in Run-Off

The LaFayette Sun
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By Gator Kincaid On Tuesday, Chambers County along with the state of Alabama made their way to the polls. Residents voted in key elections nationally, statewide, and locally. County-wide, Republicans outvoted Democrats about 60% to about 40%. 4,241 Republican ballots were cast as opposed to 2,828 Democrat. In the Revenue Commissioner’s race, Beth Abney defeated […]

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Superintendent Answers Social Media Comments

The LaFayette Sun
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The following is a statement from Chambers County School Superintendent Dr. Kelli Hodge regarding issues of public concern that have circulated recently through various forms of social media: “The topic that appears to be generating the most discussion centers around speculation pertaining to a mandate from the U.S. Department of Justice requiring us to achieve […]

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Next Generation Power Team thrills CA students

The LaFayette Sun
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On Monday, February 24th, Chambers Academy was thrilled to host the Next Generation Power Force for an assembly at Scott Langley Gymnasium on the CA campus. Students from kindergarten through 12th grade attended the assembly with former NFL Chicago Bears player Jerome King sharing a message of inspiration. The Next Generation Power Force team concept […]

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Anniston officials say they aren’t ready to house coronavirus victims

The LaFayette Sun
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By Jody Stewart The decision by FEMA and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to bring coronavirus-afflicted passengers from the Diamond Princess cruise ship to Anniston this past weekend caught many Alabama officials by surprise. Anniston Mayor Jack Draper and Calhoun County Commissioner Tim Hodges held a press conference Saturday afternoon, and said […]

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