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The demolition and rebuilding project of the bridge over Big Nance Creek on Alabama 101 won't be completed by late February as originally planned, but... [Read More]
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The Colbert County Department of Human Resources is now conducting business from its newly renovated facility, a project that was 16 months in the making. [Read More]
One person has died in an officer-involved shooting early Saturday morning, according to Police Chief Joshua Phillips. [Read More]
One person has died in an officer-involved shooting early Saturday morning, according to Cherokee Police Chief Joshua Phillips. [Read More]
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One person has died in an officer-involved shooting early Saturday morning, according to Cherokee Police Chief Joshua Phillips. [Read More]
The Florence Knights of Columbus Council 3989 will hold their first fish fry of the year on Feb. 24 at Saint Joseph Regional Catholic School... [Read More]
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The Kennedy-Douglass Center for the Arts will show an exhibition of regional landscape paintings by Huntsville artist Conor O'Brien from Friday through March 10. [Read More]
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The Happily Ever After Bridal Show is from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. today at the Marriott Shoals Conference Center. [Read More]
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The Colbert County Cattlemen's Association recently awarded $13,000 in scholarships to 13 area students. [Read More]
Career coaches within public schools have played many roles in helping students see the employment options they have, and getting them prepared for pursuing a... [Read More]
The students in Cheryl Pettus's fifth-grade class at Riverhill School love a good challenge. [Read More]
COLBERT CO. SCHOOLS 2023-24 CALENDAR... [Read More]
Many area schools will have delayed openings Wednesday morning due to the threat of inclement wintry weather. [Read More]
Patricia Chandler's history dual enrollment students at Wilson High School are covering the movie genre from the early 1900s in their annual wax museum exhibit. [Read More]
Brooks Elementary third- and sixth-grade students had the opportunity Monday to learn about the construction trades at the school's Construction Career Day. [Read More]
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