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Pitts retires as Chambers Schools CFO

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The Chambers County School District hosted a reception Wednesday in honor of retiring Chief Financial Officer Cathy Gregory Pitts, who has served the district con- tinuously for the past 25 years. A native of Chambers County, Pitts graduated Valley High School as Valedictorian in 1977 before attending Southern Union State Community College. It was during […]

Scrap yard fire doused by fire departments

Three candidates qualify for City Council seat

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The special election to fill the city council seat for District B is drawing closer and closer. Ahead of the February election officials with the city of LaFayette have announced that three candidates have submitted their statement of candi- dacy to fill the seat left vacant earlier this summer. According to LaFay- ette City Clerk […]

LaFayette police apprehend three men accused of apartment armed robbery

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On Wednesday De- cember 12. 2018 around 5:30pm the LaFayette Po- lice Department responded to a call in Jenkins Apart- ments of a Burglary and a Robbery. When Officers arrived on scene, they found a victim suffering from minor injuries. Prior to the LaFayette Police Department arrival, three males had forcibly entered into an apartment, […]

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 […]

Scrap yard fire doused by fire departments