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Boyd talks about report card at school board meeting

Superintendent Jennifer Boyd addressed the Lanett City School District’s performance on the report card released by the Alabama State Department of Education in October on ... Read more

2 days ago by Dustin Duncan.

Pike Road mayor talks about higher education at Valley Kiwanis Club

The guest speaker at Wednesday’s meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Valley talked about two of his leadership roles. Gordon Stone is both the executive ... Read more

2 days ago by Wayne Clark.

West Point businesses to hand out free holiday meals

Those in need of a Thanksgiving meal will have the opportunity to have one once again this year thanks to Mayor Steve Tramell and several ... Read more

2 days ago by Dustin Duncan.

LaFayette’s playoff run ends at Ariton

ARITON — LaFayette High School fell short in extending its season Friday night in the second round of the AHSAA 2A playoffs losing 30-12 to ... Read more

2 days ago by Staff Reports.

Troup falls to Blessed Trinity in playoffs

ROSWELL – The Blessed Trinity Titans broke open a close game in the second half to beat the Troup Tigers 40-14 in the opening round ... Read more

3 days ago by Staff Reports.

Ramsay knocks Valley out of playoffs

VALLEY — The Valley Rams saw their season come to end Friday night at home against the Ramsay Rams. Read more

3 days ago by Staff Reports.

Chambers beats Wilcox, heads back to state title game

LaFAYETTE — After a loss to big school AISA power Bessemer Academy two weeks ago and a shaky win in a first-round playoff game last ... Read more

3 days ago by Wayne Clark.

Lanett’s defense dominates Elba; Story within one of TD record

Lanett technically allowed its first points since September, but everything else went the Panthers way in a 44-6 thrashing of the Elba Tigers. Read more

3 days ago by Daniel Evans.

Funding approved for Troup County mental health court

On Tuesday, the LaGrange City Council unanimously approved funding to match a state grant that will allow for the continuation of the local mental health ... Read more

3 days ago by Staff Reports.

LaFayette sets cut-off date for utility payments in November

Utilities in LaFayette could be shut off sooner than normal this month due to the way Thanksgiving holiday falls this year. Read more

3 days ago by Dustin Duncan.

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