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Ending months of speculation, former senator Roger Bedford, Jr., announced Thursday afternoon he would not pursue another term as state senator for Alabama Senate District 6. In an exclusive intervie...read more
As she addressed the employees of Montgomery Distributing, Inc., in Spruce Pine, Twinkle Cavanaugh talked about Alabama government needing a “good downsizing.” And Cavanaugh, the Presiden...read more
The scorching days of summer in Alabama can be brutal, but there are few better ways to beat the heat than a nice dip in the pool. On May 30, the Russellville City Pool opened up for the summer and i...read more
The Russellville City Council met on Monday night to discuss 11 items on the approved agenda. One item on the agenda, which regarded a contract with an engineering firm, was omitted in the work sessio...read more
With the ever-increasing number of online classified transactions comes the increased concern for safety for users of Craigslist and other sites. According to safetradestations.com, 105 killings have...read more
There are many college graduates with business degrees who start their own companies after completing their education. Jamie Kiel is an exception. Kiel began his heavy equipment company in 1995, two...read more
Through his 27-year music career, country star Joe Diffie has received many awards. That includes a Grammy in 1998 for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals for Same Old Train, a song he recorded w...read more
Tommy Battle, mayor of Huntsville, touts an impressive record as the chief administrator of the Rocket City, but now he wants to take his experiences and accomplishments to Montgomery. The three-term...read more
In 2018 Alabamians will head to the polls to decide who will serve as the next governor. The list of declared candidates so far includes familiar names like Huntsville mayor Tommy Battle and evangelis...read more
Although the Town of Phil Campbell hosted it annual Hoedown Festival last weekend, there was one unwelcome visitor in town as a Norfolk-Southern train, grounded since Thursday due to mechanical proble...read more
The Franklin County Commission approved a detailed Solid Waste Management Plan at its June 19th meeting. The plan, prepared by Southern Environmental Engineering of Florence, provides a plan for the ...read more
When driving through downtown Russellville, local residents probably do not stop to admire the small, brick building across the street from the police department and right next to the Chevron gas stat...read more
As refugees in Ghana's 'witch camps,' more than a thousand elderly women have been banished from society after being accused of using black magic to cause injury or misfortune to another person. Thes...read more
When driving through downtown Russellville, local residents probably do not stop to admire the small, brick building across the street from the police department and right next to the Chevron gas stat...read more
The Reed Building in downtown Russellville hosted a special guest when it held its open house on Sunday afternoon. The recently renovated building, which consists of a downstairs office space and two ...read more
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