Moulton Mayor Roger Weatherwax was recognized as a member of the 24th graduating class of Certified Municipal Officials during a special ceremony that was held in Prattville on Thursday, Oct. 3. Weatherwax completed 40 credit hours of training endorsed by the Alabama League of Municipalities…
Two men were arrested in Lawrence County on Wednesday for public intoxication and criminal trespassing following a collision in Wolf Springs that afternoon, according to authorities.
The Lawrence County Extension Office has partnered with O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center at UAB to bring a Breast Cancer Lunch and Learn to Town Creek on Thursday, Oct. 17.
Repair work for the roof of Moulton City Hall should begin this month after the city council approved a contract on Monday with MGR Roofing, Inc. of Muscle Shoals, for $32,000.
Breast cancer survivor Ann Coffey Waldrop firmly believes early detection is what saved her from having to suffer chemotherapy or radiation during her brief battle with the affliction in 2000.
The Lawrence County Public Library has been awarded a $20,000 LSTA Grant for fiscal year 2020 to expand the library’s Large Print collection, Library Director Rex Bain announced Tuesday.
A blood drive in memory of Robert “Dickie” Warren will be held on Sunday, Oct. 13, at KC McKelvy Park in Moulton from noon until 5 p.m.
Gene Gravlee, former vice president of the Alabama Cemetery Preservation Alliance, will speak at the Lawrence County Historical Commission meeting on Sunday, Oct. 20.
The war in Iraq began on March 20, 2003 and ended December 18, 2011. As of June 29, 2016, according to the U.S. Department of Defense casualty website, 31,952 American soldiers were wounded in action (WIA) as a result of the Iraq War. This is the story of two local North Alabama men who are …
Chamber of Commerce Week will be observed from Monday, Oct. 14, to Friday, Oct. 18, across the state of Alabama, according to the Chamber of Commerce Association of Alabama. Moulton Mayor Roger Weatherwax met with the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce on Monday to sign a proclamation for t…
Moulton Elementary School held their annual Fall Festival on Wednesday, October 2nd. This year’s festival featured face painting, inflatables, concessions and a petting zoo. The school hosted this event for kindergarten through fourth-grade students in an effort to raise money for their Gene…
Two days of learning at the Alfa Youth Leadership Conference should help launch a lifetime of leadership success for 119 ninth and 10th graders.
Students with the Lawrence County Chapter of Future Farmers of America recently helped out with two fall festival events in Moulton. On Friday, Sept. 27, FFA students assisted the Lawrence County Extension Office with a fall festival for county special needs students, and on Wednesday, Oct. …
Lawrence County is home to ten fire and rescue departments, most of which operate with a staff of unpaid volunteers. This article is second in a series that will feature their stories over the next nine months.
The Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce introduced the Youth Leadership Lawrence class of 2019-20 this week. The youth group inducted new members, which included Lando Fells, Ashkea Foster, Zakiah Goodlow, Kyle Letson, Grace Ann Johnson, Lillie McGregor, Brayden Flanagan, Elijah McAbee, Zane…
The Lawrence County School System is adding one full-time mental health counselor to its staff this October, thanks to the efforts of the Marlee Sutton Foundation.
Moulton Fire Department handed out its last smoke detector by noon on Monday during its Fire Prevention Week smoke detector giveaway.
Alabama 101 over Wheeler Dam, which crosses the Tennessee River between Town Creek and Elgin, will be closed to traffic from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday.
She received the terrible news in March of 2014, but Sue Henderson Cowan believes everything happens for a reason. As a survivor, she says breast cancer strengthened her faith and brought her even closer to her friends, family and community.
The Lawrence County History and Preservation Society’s Second Annual Harvest Festival drew several to the Moulton square despite the heat and competition with Alabama football on Saturday.
Joe Wheeler Electric Membership Cooperative customers should start receiving ballots this week for a special election concerning a high-speed internet project with the co-op.
The Lawrence County Public Library is pleased to announce the addition of the Newspapers.com Southeast Collection to its database collection, effective immediately.
As Alabama continues celebrating its bicentennial this year, Don Layman, a retired teacher from Moulton Elementary, recalls the memorable way he and fellow Lawrence County residents celebrated the United States’ Bicentennial in 1976—by burying a time capsule in front of what was then Moulton…
The Friends of the Lawrence County Public Library is excited to announce the expansion of the Annual Reading in the Garden to a three-day event. The event will begin Tuesday, October 22nd and end Thursday, October 24th. Reading in the Garden has been a successful annual fundraiser on behalf …
This year Moulton’s Reading in the Garden has expanded from an afternoon in a garden to a fun-filled three-day event, taking place in various interesting spots around town.
United Way of Lawrence County will hold its annual Day of Caring roadblock on Saturday, Oct. 5, in observance of the 2019 National Day of Caring, which starts at 9 a.m. that day.
Lawrence County resident, Madeline Jackson, who grew up in the Five Points community, celebrated her 102nd birthday on Sept. 9, this year. On Thursday, Sept. 26, her daughter, Jean Wiley, drove her to the Lawrence County Administrative and Judicial Center to renew her driver’s license.
All lanes are now open at the intersection of Alabama 157 and Court Street in Moulton following a two-vehicle crash Friday morning.
This is the first in a series of stories leading up to Veteran’s Day about the brave active soldiers and veterans of Lawrence County who left their homes and families to answer the call to arms in various parts of the world. This story is about a group of National Guardsmen and Women who wer…
Moulton Fire Department will be distributing free smoke detectors to Lawrence County residents during the duration of National Fire Prevention Week, which will be observed from Sunday, Oct. 6 through Saturday, Oct. 12, this year.
Students at Speake Elementary School marched across their campus to the football field on Friday, Sept. 20, in celebration of Constitution Week.
Lawrence County Commissioners said health insurance increases will not be passed on to employees, but no step-raises will be granted to employees who are paid out of the county’s general fund to help ease financial strains on the fiscal 2020 budget.
As Alabama prepares for the 2020 Census, Lawrence County community and municipality leaders met in Trinity on Monday for the Census 2020 Complete Count Committee Kickoff.
Students from East Lawrence High School participated in the 2019 Constitution Week Poster Contest and were judged by members of the Stephens Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution on Monday.
Joe Wheeler Electric Membership Cooperative will host the last of its six public meetings in Lawrence County on Thursday at Hatton High School cafeteria at 6 p.m.
The Lawrence County History and Preservation Society is hosting its Second Annual Harvest Festival on Saturday in historic downtown Moulton, beginning at 9 a.m.
At Speake School, Mrs. Crowden conducts her classroom a little differently, which is probably one reason she was featured as Valley Top Teacher on Rocket City Now, WZDX of Huntsville, on Sept. 22.
Town Creek Mayor Mike Parker signed a Constitution Week proclamation when he met with the Stephens Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution at City Hall last week.