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THINC narrows CEO search to one candidate

THINC College and Career Academy has selected its top candidate in the search for its next CEO, according to board chair Bill Stump. Read more

2 days ago by Daniel Evans.

Lanett to build new airport terminal

The City of Lanett has plans to build a new terminal at the Lanett Municipal Airport. Read more

2 days ago by Wayne Clark.

Valley baseball to host first summer camp is decade

VALLEY — Head baseball coach Patrick Shivers and the Valley High School baseball program will host their first summer camp in a decade this week. Read more

2 days ago by Staff Reports.

Royster named Greater Valley Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director

Carrie Royster has been named the Greater Valley Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director, according to a news release from the chamber. Read more

2 days ago by Dustin Duncan.

West Point denies Forward Fund request

The West Point City Council denied a request from the West Point Development Authority for $80,000 from the city’s Forward Fund in a special called ... Read more

2 days ago by Baker Ellis.

More than 50 students take part in New Horizon camp

Ten years ago, Julia Langley partnered with New Horizon Community Theatre to start a camp designed to include students all of ages to learn about ... Read more

3 days ago by Dustin Duncan.

Work continues to clean up Lanett mill site

Two weeks of cleaning up on the Lanett Mill/Bleachery & Dye Works site has made a visual difference. There’s a noticeable change in the area ... Read more

3 days ago by Wayne Clark.

Local seniors celebrated at appreciation day

Lanett seniors were celebrated with gifts, songs and a hot dog lunch Saturday afternoon in the senior center cafeteria for the second annual Senior Citizens ... Read more

3 days ago by Wayne Clark.

Need for blood at ‘critical’ levels

The need for all blood types in Alabama are at critical levels, according to Rhonda Carpenter, South Alabama district manager with LifeSouth Community Blood Centers. Read more

3 days ago by Dustin Duncan.

Wood supports medical marijuana study commission

State Rep. Debbie Wood has a personal reason why she was supportive of Alabama creating a medical marijuana study commission that could result in ... Read more

6 days ago by Dustin Duncan.

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