TALLADEGA -- At the Presbyterian Oaks Valentine’s Banquet, the facility’s King and Queen were announced (King Mike Kuberka and Queen Geraldine Gurley).
PELL CITY -- The Iola Roberts Elementary School History Fair winners were (from left) first place, Carsen Norris (John Looney House); second place, Aubrey Jones (Harkey's Chapel Methodist Church); third place, Myles Henderson (First Baptist Church Pell City); and honorable mention, Jarrett D…
PELL CITY -- Coosa Valley Elementary School History Fair winners were: first place, Colt Carder (right), who built The Kitchen; second place, Jaiden Johnson (center), who built Logan Martin Dam; and third place, Briley Goodgame, who built a model of the original Goodgame office.
The Talladega City School Board during a recent meeting honored the winners of the Alabama State Department of Education’s annual art contest. In the photo artists Lydia Parkinson (fourth grade, C.L. Salter), Carly Layfield (sixth grade, R.L. Young), Kyndall Griffin (fourth grade, Houston) a…
The Talladega City Board of Education recently honored six students as TechSperts during a board meeting. All of the students had demonstrated expertise with technology and a willingness to help out whenever and however they could. In the photo are Technology Coordinator Taylor Armstrong and…
The Sylacauga High concert band, SHS Marbled Men Ensemble, SHS Musical Theatre Company and Sylacauga Signature also participated.
What if the browser opened to a page showing your calendar, to-do list, new emails, a weather report, news stories, information on current movies, and links to your favorite tools? That would be useful.
A couple of weeks ago I was corresponding by email with a Birmingham woman coordinating a book-signing for women authors. “Is your maiden name Harwell?” she asked after our initial exchange. “Went to Berry (High School)? And if yes, had a fender bender in your dad’s car during summer school…
Members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. (AKA) Mu Tau Omega Chapter participated recently in “Pink Goes Red.” Members of the sorority were asked to wear red on Friday, Feb. 9, to promote heart health. Stroke and heart disease awareness will remain a focus area as Alpha Kappa Alpha continu…
According to Dock, history is for everyone, and black history helps us to understand each other, learn to get along with each other and that nobody is born a racist.
As you organize, anything you pick up will fall into one of two categories: 1) you need it; or 2) you don't. Toss the trash and organize the treasure.
The Pell City Animal Control Center is at 1071 Airport Road. The phone number is 205-814-1567, or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Talladega County's Jeremy Wilson was elected vice chairman of the Alabama Farmers Federation State Soybean Committee at the 2018 Commodity Organizational Meeting in Montgomery on Feb. 6.
U.S. Air Force Airman Tatyanna J. Robinson recently graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas, according to a press release.
In mid-October, Google introduced an upgrade. You may have noticed a button in the upper-right of the calendar that said, "Use new calendar."
Pictures of the front and back of the marquee are placed on Facebook weekly. The readers like and leave comments relating to the featured readings, and some have even asked, "Who is the lady that does the marquee?"
“The Youth Tour Competition is one that requires students to invest time and attention into learning about electric cooperatives and the power industry as a whole."
Frank Buck is the author of Get Organized!: Time Management for School Leaders and was named to "Global Gurus Top 30" for 2017 in the time management category.