Heflin residents who had been without water since Friday because of possible contamination have all had their water restored, but work officials were still trying to identify the source of the problem Wednesday.
Cleburne hospital board names benefits committee The Cleburne County Hospital Board has created a new committee to evaluate employee benefits, with a goal of ensuring all its employees are being treated as fairly as possible, officials said.
Economic experts show a spark of unity Economic development experts from Birmingham sparked a show of unity at the Heflin Industrial Development Board meeting on Tuesday that could benefit area residents.
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Heflin Highlights for April 17, 2014 My apologies go out to several individuals regarding a couple of columns from the past! Two birthdays were accidentally omitted as well as a very important anniversary.
Relay for Life is a months-long fundraiser, the money going toward the society’s research and support programs. In Cleburne County, preparations began in October. It’s now nearing its end with the annual survivor dinner Thursday at the Heflin Civic Center at 6 p.m.
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High school is almost over for seniors. I know a certain few who have been counting down the days since Christmas. As their teacher at Trinity Christian Academy, I see their joy regarding the next steps they plan to take.
Shane Smith, Heflin city clerk, said local leaders want to preserve and document the cemetery’s headstones, many of them more than a century old. Applying for the cemetery to be on the Alabama Historic Cemetery Register would be one way to do that, he said.
Saturday's event will start with a barbecue lunch served until 1 p.m. Dinner meals start at 4 p.m., then starting at 5:30 p.m. choirs and drama groups from seven Baptist churches are scheduled to entertain the crowd.
Two weeks ago, when Mac Prichard began looking around his business property on Alabama 46 in Heflin and saw a film floating on the water of the creek that runs along the lot, he thought he knew what it was. “Oil or gas, one,” Prichard said.