The St. Clair County Honor Bands performed Saturday at the Ragland High School gymnasium. Every high school in St. Clair County was represented. The middle school honor band played first under the direction of David Caddell, who has taught middle school band in Alabama public schools for 13 …

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, left, who built a model of the original Goodgame office.

The Iola Roberts Elementary School History Fair winners are, 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 Doran (Cropwell…

The St. Clair County Spelling Bee was held last week at Springville Middle School. The winner was Elaine Bryan, right, a seventh-grader at Springville Middle School. First runner-up was Ashlyn Buff, middle, a seventh-grader at Victory Christian School; and second runner-up was Antuan Herron,…

Odenville Middle School held its annual Spelling Bee recently. This year’s winner was Steven Griffin, left, who spelled chandelier as the winning word. Runner-up was Nick Brown. The St. Clair County Spelling Bee was held Jan. 25 at 10 a.m. at the Springville Middle School auditorium.

Six-year-old Shelby Jernigan is fascinated with big ships. The ships that have a pool, where games are played all day and pizza can be eaten anytime you want it.

ASHVILLE – Janet Johnson is the new principal at Ashville High School. While this is her first time being a principal, Johnson is accustomed to the administrative role. For the past 10 years, she was the assistant principal at Clay-Chalkville Middle School.

ASHVILLE – For the fifth consecutive year, summer school is being held at Eden Career Tech Center. Principal Adrianne Dodgen said summer school started June 5 and will end July 14 for 82 students in grades 5-12.

ASHVILLE – Summer school is in full swing at Eden Career Tech Center. Principal Adrianne Dodgen said this is the fourth year for ECTC to host a summer session.

On Your Mark ... Get Set … Read is coming to the Doris Stanley Memorial Library in Moody during the month of June. Parents can pre-register their children, ages preschool to 12, at the library.