The Piedmont Journal

December 2, 2015

The Piedmont Journal

Crews begin demolishing Piedmont mill

Workers toppled sections of brick wall with heavy equipment Monday at Piedmont’s former cotton mill, after the owner of the aging buildings sold them to a salvage company, according to a city official.

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  • How to cook a Thanksgiving turkey

    Mason Bates, a five-year-old kindergarten student, has the perfect recipe for preparing a turkey for Thanksgiving.

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  • Pupils write and act in original play

    There was a mystery afoot on Saturday inside Piedmont High school’s  cafeteria, but what was no mystery was that the students acting in the pl…

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Piedmont High School principal likes history and politics

Piedmont High School principal Dr. Adam Clemons has had aspirations of being in politics since he was in the third grade. It won’t happen though for many more years because he’s too busy ensuring that young people in his school get the education they deserve and need.


Colbert County will test Bulldogs

Their 35-21 win over Madison Academy in the quarterfinal round of the AHSAA Class 3A football playoffs got Piedmont a measure of payback against an old nemesis. It may also have moved the Bulldogs from the proverbial frying pan into the fire.


It’s not complicated: Know and trust Him

It’s complicated. There is no silver bullet, and no one has a strategy or plan to stop the terror or defeat ideologies driving terrorism. Governments are supposed to stop these things within national borders and join with other governments to fight common enemies.


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