The Talladega County Commission during its work session Wednesday heard from two residents, one asking for water service, the other asking to have his road paved.
Superintendent Tony Ball said he could not discuss the specifics of the litigation Wednesday afternoon, but he said they would be made public once the other side had accepted them.
“There are many ways to participate and get involved. Many families make it an annual tradition to serve together at the church or to help deliver meals.”
Mann said Pointer will present a pleasing mix of Appalachian ballads, Irish melodies, American favorites and cover songs (vocals and instrumentals), performing on a variety of instruments, including the guitar, mandolin, fiddle and more.
“This is something we do … to update industries about incentives and training opportunities available to them,” Smith said.
He was awarded the prestigious Graduate Citizen of the Year Award from the State of Alabama Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. and the Theta Tau Chapter’s Citizenship Award during the chapter’s annual Achievement Week Awards Program at Jacksonville State University.
During Robert Hase’s senior year in 1952, he enlisted in the Navy over the Christmas holidays and wound up serving for 20 years. Never graduating from Oxford High School was his lifelong regret — until Sunday.
Last week, county residents voted 69-31 percent in favor of a state constitutional amendment that would ban bingo halls from operating within 1,000 yards of a residence anywhere within Calhoun County.
The breakfast will be at the funeral home at 1315 Talladega Highway. The event will be in appreciation for all hospice does in the community.
Vendors will have a vast variety of handmade arts and crafts for sale. Spaces rent for $15 each. For more information, call the museum at 256-245-4016.
There are no witnesses or suspects listed in the case, although the individual who discovered the thefts also found tire tracks and shoe prints around the area where the golf carts are stored.
On Oct. 19, the woman’s daughter came to visit and found her on the floor. The victim said at that time that someone had been in the house, but she didn’t know who.
"The Holly Garden Club of Talladega would like to present this plaque and bench in recognition of the passionate volunteers that organized this tribute with their time, labor and monetary contributions that is second to none. Congratulations on efforts and achievements well-done.”
The Talladega County Drug and Violent Crime Task Force has made 10 felony drug arrests since Nov. 1, including five people arrested at the same traffic stop in Sylacauga last week, according to Cmdr. Jason Murray.
The group included County Commissioners Paul Manning and Jeff Brown, state Sen. Jim McClendon and state Reps. Craig Lipscomb and Jim Hill.
The theme for this year’s Childersburg holiday parade is “I’ll Be Home For Christmas.” The deadline to enter is Tuesday, Dec. 4.
The council tabled the resolutions and also tabled resolutions declaring other properties as public nuisances, giving property owners additional time to abate the nuisances.
The East Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission Area Agency on Aging will host two Medicare Prescription Drug Plan enrollment assistance events in Talladega County in coming weeks.
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