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West Point to discuss budget, unsafe buildings and fees

A new budget, dilapidated properties and collecting fees on 911 calls will be on the West Point City Council’s plate Monday. Read more

1 week ago by Dustin Duncan.

Beulah High thanks Vets

A large group of veterans and their families were honored at a special Veterans Day program at Beulah High School on Thursday. Read more

1 week ago by Wayne Clark.

Lanett officials, students honor those who’ve served

In a Veteran’s Day program at city hall on Friday afternoon, Lanett city officials honored all U.S. veterans calling special attention to 17 current city ... Read more

1 week ago by Wayne Clark.

Valley Police looking for runaway teenager

The Valley Police Department is searching for a runaway teenager last seen more than two weeks ago, according to Valley Police Chief Tommy Weldon. Darron ... Read more

1 week ago by Dustin Duncan.

Lanett council declares 15 houses dilapidated properties

At its Monday meeting, the Lanett City Council approved a contract with the Alabama Municipal Electric Authority (AMEA), unanimously backed a proclamation recognizing Farm-City Week ... Read more

1 week ago by Wayne Clark.

Voters approve countywide alcohol sales

Alcohol can now be bought anywhere in Chambers County after 12 p.m. Read more

1 week ago by Dustin Duncan.

Wood sworn in as state representative

Following her win over Brian McGee, Debbie Wood was sworn in as the next Alabama Representative for House District 38 Thursday night. Read more

1 week ago by Chris Heaney.

Library helping those in need

The staff of Bradshaw-Chambers County Library is offering their patrons a chance to celebrate the Christmas season early this year by donating food items for ... Read more

1 week ago by Wayne Clark.

Voter turnout up in midterm

Almost half of registered voters in Chambers County took part in Tuesday night’s election, a large increase from primary elections earlier this year. Read more

1 week ago by Chris Heaney.

Whorton wins: State Rep. secures Fifth Judicial Circuit, Place 2

State Rep. Isaac Whorton will have a new political office in January after securing his spot in the Fifth Judicial Circuit, Place 2 in Tuesday ... Read more

1 week ago by Dustin Duncan.

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