Heflin city officials announced Wednesday morning that a Love’s Travel Center is going to locate at the westbound exit 205 on Interstate 20. Read the full story
The commission agreed to spend $10,000, which will be matched with a $10,000 grant from the federal government with the total applied toward a census outreach program. Read the full story
The man who brought the Confederate battle flag to the side of Interstate 20 now wants voters to send him to the U.S. Senate. Read the full story
The fifth annual Bigfoot Bio Bash and the third annual Chill-o-Ween fall festival at Cheaha State Park will be held this Saturday and park Superintendent Renee Raney is ready for the onslaught of visitors. Read the full story
The commission agreed to spend $10,000, which will be matched with a $10,000 grant from the federal government with the total applied toward a census outreach program.
The fifth annual Bigfoot Bio Bash and the third annual Chill-o-Ween fall festival at Cheaha State Park will be held this Saturday and park Superintendent Renee Raney is ready for the onslaught of visitors.
On Wednesday the Heflin street department cut down all the trees in Ross Park, a small park on Ross Street which features a view of the Cleburne County Courthouse from the street.
In a meeting only lasting four minutes Tuesday night, the Heflin City Council unanimously voted for a resolution which allows the council to approve city employees’ overnight training and travel expenses.
Heflin resident Jane Sanders asked members of the Cleburne County Commission during a work session Monday night if they could recognize a longtime Heflin resident, Lorraine Watson, who turns 103 next month.
Hot-car deaths began to rise in the 1990s, when auto safety experts realized that riding in the front seat was dangerous for small passengers. When car seats moved to the back, and then in many cases became rear-facing, children were out of sight and sometimes out of mind.
The days of temperatures in northeastern Alabama burning past record highs may soon come to a close, according to forecasts from the National Weather Service.
When Heflin officials found out last month their city would need to float a 90-day loan of $200,000 just to pay debts, they were more than a little surprised.
The Alabama Department of Veterans Affairs’ Cleburne County office has moved from the courthouse to the county administration building and plans to open for business there Monday.
The candidate for the Republican nomination for election to the U.S. Senate autographed copies of “Alabama: A Bicentennial,” which he co-authored with Tom Ward, who was signing copies as well.
Former Ranburne Mayor Jim Smith was booked into the Cleburne County Jail on Monday, after being indicted by a Cleburne County grand jury of using his office for personal gain over hiring his wife to work at the Ranburne Senior Center.
Jim Bennett saw a pumpkin patch in a dream more than a decade ago. It led him to start a fall festival. But no one dreamed of fall temperatures this high.
A judge on Thursday reduced the bond of a Georgia man charged in June with fatally striking his girlfriend with his car in Ranburne several months prior.
The Cleburne County Commission unanimously passed its fiscal year 2020 budget Wednesday morning and the news is good — an estimated year-end reserve of nearly $2.9 million is projected.
Polly Walker was 16 when she started folding shirts at a Little Rock laundry in June 1945 — two months before the end of World War II. On Tuesday, Walker celebrated her 91st birthday, and she’s still working.
In a statement released Tuesday night concerning the recent resignation of city clerk Shane Smith, Heflin Mayor Rudy Rooks said the city has not incurred any financial losses. This was determined after a review of the city’s “policy and procedures,” the mayor’s statement said.