Long before he would become Elvis Presley’s doctor, Anniston teenager George Nichopoulos and several members of a young social club were guests of Fort McClellan and IRTC officers. Read the full story
Garey Reynolds did right by just about everybody as an educator in Clay County in the early ’90s — until he ran up against the monolithic, inscrutable decision-making process of the local board of education.
“They will have to be addressed in the special session,” Rep. Bill Poole, R-Tuscaloosa, said Friday. "I think it should be a priority. It's a priority of mine, and I think that sentiment extends to the governor and the rest of the Legislature."
Like an athlete testing her leg after getting the cast taken off, folks were out and about Saturday seeing what they could do and how it felt doing it following the easing of restrictions in public activity during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Just hours before Alabama once again loosened its safer-at-home policies Friday, state Department of Public Health officials said they were “reviewing additional ways” to bolster contact tracing, a process that may help slow the spread of COVID-19.