Jenny Duff, of Lincoln, recently graduated from Jacksonville State University with a 4.0 GPA with a bachelor’s degree in social work
Do you send birthday cards to family and friends? If you're like many, you say, "No, I just say 'Happy Birthday' on Facebook and let that be it." In fact, a 2015 article from the Huffington Post argued in favor of getting rid of all greeting cards. On the other hand, a 2019 article from NPR …
Talladega students Jamal Hairston and Kamari McHenry presented Dr. Hawkins with a very special gift -- an original painting of Dr. Hawkins.
Graham Elementary School in Talladega recently released its A and A-B honor rolls for the second nine-week grading period of the 2019-20 academic year.
Abigail Leach, a 2019 graduate of Winterboro High School, made the dean’s list for the fall semester at Auburn University with a 4.0 GPA. She is majoring in rehabilitation and disability studies.
So many attended KD's Celebration of Life. And I am also very appreciative of the people who gathered on The Square, in heavy rain, to watch KD's last ride.
E.D. Jackson celebrated his 85th birthday today, Saturday, Dec. 28, 2019. He said he was just happy to still be here, in good health and a right mind, and to have a blessed dinner with his wife, Ora Lee Jackson, of Alpine; his son, Sanford Jackson, of Alpine; and his daughter, Teresa Archie,…
We all learned the song as children. It alerts us that “Santa Claus is coming to town.” With so many boys and girls to visit in just one night, how does he know who’s been “naughty” or “nice”? How does he know who gets wonderful gifts and who gets a lump of coal? It’s his “list,” of course.
In order to be considered for this honor, students had to compose an essay, maintain a 3.0 GPA, serve in the community, have no disciplinary incidents and receive letters of recommendation from their teachers.
SYLACAUGA -- On behalf of the Sylacauga Kiwanis Club, RD Morris, club president, presented a check for $1,000 to Comer Library Director Tracey Thomas during the club’s annual Christmas party.
The Talladega County Board of Realtors held its December meeting in Sylacauga, where the board collected more than 240 pounds of nonperishable food and canned goods to donate to Alabama Childhood Food Solutions.
We enjoyed nearly two hours of smiles, laughter and huge plates of scrumptious favorites and pumpkin coffee.
The Gamma Mu Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma recently made a donation to the Talladega County Department of Human Resources to help fund DHR’s Christmas gifts for foster children.