Pell City Animal Control Center, 1071 Airport Road, Pell City, AL 35128. Phone: 205-814-1567, email email@example.com for more information.
It is always fun to think about alternate career paths had I not got into the field of education. I really enjoy what I do and I love coming to work each day, but sometimes I think about other careers.
Border collies are like gifted students in school; if they are not challenged, their behavior can sometimes become a problem. Oreo was no different; he constantly needed a task to perform.
First and second runners-up were Kenya Shi’Ann Whiteside, of Talladega, and Kardia Calhoun, of Talladega, respectively.
They married Aug. 2, 1968, and will be celebrating their milestone anniversary in the presence of their seven children, six grandchildren, in-laws and church family. Happy 50 years!
Mary Dickerson, of Talladega, announces the engagement of her daughter, Tonya, to Eric Burns, son of the late John Lee Burns and Jackie Burns, and also Vicky Burns, of Sylacauga.
Pinecrest was selected for its project proposal developed by the school’s fourth-grade teachers: “One State, Many Stories: Alabama’s Children Reading, Writing, Learning, and Sharing the History of their State with the Community for Generations to Come.”
Talladega Chapter #4242 AARP during its July meeting at the Talladega Career Center presented its annual scholarship to Celeste G. Virges, a student at Central Alabama Community College studying general business.
Madison Cole, of St. Clair County, received second place in the youth Christmas tree skirt contest at the Alabama Farmers Federation’s 46th Commodity Producers Conference.
Tamara Rashleigh, of St. Clair County, won first place in the Christmas tree skirt contest at the Alabama Farmers Federation’s 46th Commodity Producers Conference.
Jackie Stevens (right), of St. Clair County, received second place in the hand-stitched quilt contest at the Alabama Farmers Federation’s 46th Commodity Producers Conference.
Melanie Connell (right), of St. Clair County, received third place in the machine-stitched quilt contest at the Alabama Farmers Federation’s 46th Commodity Producers Conference.
Pictured with the donation are Tim Kendrick, operations manager, and Daniela Cook, senior executive administrative assistant.
Jeremy Wilson of Lincoln in Talladega County graduated from the two-year Agricultural Leaders For Alabama (A.L.F.A. Leaders) program in Montgomery on Aug. 2. The 17-member A.L.F.A. Leaders Class IV was recognized at the 46th Commodity Producers Conference hosted by the Alabama Farmers Federa…
Dominiquie was chosen from a pool of 16 students throughout America to participate in LRTT (Limited Resources Teacher Training).