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Opinion

Undefeated Beulah will get its due sooner than later

Despite having the best start in the last 20 years, the 5-0 Beulah Bobcats weren’t ranked in the latest Alabama Sports Writers Association (ASWA) prep ... Read more

2 months ago by Rashad Milligan.

Honoring First Responders

Readers of The Valley Times-News may have noticed a theme with Thursday’s edition of the paper, specifically an abundance of stories featuring or related to ... Read more

2 months ago by Staff Reports.

Jail expansion not a popular topic but needed nonetheless

Spending lots of local taxpayer money on major jail improvements is not a popular subject, but it’s something we have got to do in Chambers ... Read more

2 months ago by Wayne Clark.

Community, law enforcement relationship important

The Valley Times-News is prepared to release this year’s first-responder tab, where we’ll put a spotlight on the many local departments that serve our community ... Read more

2 months ago by Staff Reports.

Register to vote regardless of the day

Yesterday, however, this day-naming trend was used for good as Sept. 25, 2018, was deemed “National Voter Registration Day,” the name given to the fourth ... Read more

2 months ago by Staff Reports.

After Dark, Fear is Near: A Grief Relief Column

Time and time again, I find invitations to evening events are declined by those who are grieving.  It is not that they are being unkind ... Read more

2 months ago by Staff Reports.

A good downward turn

Recent jobs data shows that the unemployment rate in Chambers County is continuing to drop. Read more

2 months ago by Staff Reports.

Bringing back an old favorite

The Valley Times-News recently released a survey to our readers asking what no-longer running features they would like to see brought back. Read more

2 months ago by Staff Reports.

A good reason to celebrate

On Thursday night, the King Ford showroom was full of music, food and spirits all in the name of celebration for the Greater Valley Area ... Read more

2 months ago by Chris Heaney.

CFCP continues to do amazing things

The Chattahoochee Fuller Center Project is continuing to do good work in the local area Read more

2 months ago by Wayne Clark.

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