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GVAAC triples space with new office

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The Greater Valley Area Chamber of Com- merce has moved their of- fices from Lanett to larger offices in Valley. The new location is at 2918 20th Avenue in the Chambers Square Shopping Center. The new space is three times the size of their previous location of 900 square feet. The new space will allow […]

Sears Hometown to close doors

Sears Hometown to close doors

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The Sears Hometown store in Valley has an- nounced its closure as of January 12. According to Michael Ezell, who owns the store with his wife Sarah, everything in the store will be liquidated for pennies on the dollar from now until the store closes. The Ezells bought the franchise in 2014. How- ever, the […]

GVAAC triples space with new office

First African-American mayor laid to rest

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A well-known La- Fayette resident with an extensive background in law enforcement and local politics was laid to rest last week. The man who holds a place in the his- tory books of LaFayette as the first African Ameri – can mayor in the city and decades long law man passed away in late No- […]

Valley teen still missing

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Valley police and a worried Chambers County family have been searching for more than a month now for a missing 16-year-old Valley teen. The family of Darren Earles is desperate for information regarding the missing boy who was last seen leaving Valley High School on October 25th, 2018. Valley Police say the teen may be […]

GVAAC triples space with new office

Lanett man dies in Hwy 50 crash

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A 29-year-old Lanett man lost his life in crash on a Chambers County roadway early Monday morning. The crash re- mains under investigation by state law enforcement officials and few details have been released about the crash. According to a press release from the Ala- bama Law Enforcement Agency, law enforcement officials responded to a […]

GVAAC triples space with new office

Citizens urged to complete survey

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The time has come for Chambers County residents to express their views concerning the future direction of their public school system. For the past few weeks, people have been directed through social media to view a video presentation entitled “What If,” which examines, among other things, the proposal of a centrally-located consoli- dated high school. […]

GVAAC triples space with new office