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The Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce will host its Annual Membership Banquet on Monday, Feb. 3, at the NHC Healthcare Dining Hall in Moulton at 6 p.m.

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A one-vehicle accident at the intersection of Alabama Highway 33 and County Road 9 caused travel delays early Friday morning, but no injuries were reported.

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Youth Leadership Lawrence students attended Banking and Retail Day last Thursday, which was their fifth session for the 2019-20 school year. The youth group began their banking and retail tour at CB&S Bank, Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce Administrative Assistant Brenda Suski said. W…

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Join Wild South staff on Saturday, Jan. 25, at 9:00 a.m. for a hike in the Bankhead National Forest.

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Earl Smith, the Hatton native who went public in 2016 after 55 years of sworn silence about his role in resolving an atomic bomb mishap near a U.S. Air Force base in Goldsboro, North Carolina, spoke to the Rotary Club on Thursday, Jan. 16.

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In today’s throwaway society, things of great aesthetic value and sometimes usefulness are often lost to giant dumps that are filled with thousands of items that could have given some ingenious person years of good use yet to come. They say that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure, and…

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A one-vehicle accident at the intersection of Alabama Highway 33 and County Road 9 caused travel delays early Friday morning, but no injuries were reported.

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A Wild South workday that was originally set for Saturday, Jan. 18, has been postponed to Sunday, Jan. 19, due to the threat of possible thunderstorms.

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In a quest to find more ways to alert county residents of weather threats in their areas quickly and efficiently, Lawrence County Emergency Management Agency Director Johnny Cantrell began discussions with an EMA mobile app developer about building an app for Lawrence County, a motion that w…

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The Lawrence County School System began the 2020 fiscal year with at least 2.1 month’s operating reserve and about $7.4 million in its general fund, School Accountant Suzy Berryman told the school board in a regular meeting Monday night.

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Two new industries have announced plans to locate plants in the Mallard Fox West Industrial Park in Trinity, and are expected to bring about 78 new jobs to the area, the Lawrence County Industrial Development Board announced Thursday.

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Most people would never connect the unassuming, humble, often humorous guy who brings his wears to the auction at the foot of the mountain at Wren with the nationally known, award-winning Bluegrass Hall of Fame legend. People who attend the auction just know him as David, the nice guy who se…

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Scale Back Alabama, an 8-week annual health program, will officially kick-off with weigh-ins happening statewide at select locations in several counties. 

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A Friday crash in Hillsboro that left one dead and injured three others may have been caused by a heart attack, according to Lawrence County Coroner Scott Norwood.

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If you are getting married in 2020 and would like to be featured in this year’s bridal edition please call us at 256-974-1114 ext. 0 by Monday, January 20th. We would love to share your love story with our readers.

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Two new industries have announced plans to locate plants in the Mallard Fox West Industrial Park in Trinity, and are expected to bring about 78 new jobs to the area, the Lawrence County Industrial Development Board announced Thursday.

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Too much garbage in too few dumpsters has Lawrence County officials looking for options, with proposals ranging from video surveillance and prosecutions to adding more dumpsters to discontinuing the free service. 

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In its regular meeting Monday, Moulton City Council approved annual water treatment bids as recommended by Water Plant Manager Daniel Jenkins.

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As the National Weather Service in Huntsville predicts strong thunderstorms and heavy showers to move into the Tennessee Valley again this weekend, Lawrence County Engineer Winston Sitton said his department is prepping for potential flooding as they continue repairing and monitoring roadway…

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The Lawrence County Extension Office is offering a 5-week Puppy Kindergarten Class for puppies and their handlers. The puppies need to be between the ages of eight and 16 weeks of age at the start of the class. The handlers can be young or old, if child is under 10, a parent or guardian will…

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One of the four Town Creek tornado survivors who were hospitalized following the events of a Dec. 16 storm was released and sent to a rehabilitation facility this week, according to Town Creek Police Chief Jerry Garrett. Three others remain hospitalized as cleanup efforts continue in the community.

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Nearly 65% of the recent grand jury indictments in Lawrence County, or 75 of the 116, are directly related to drug abuse.

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2019 brought Lawrence County several occasions to demonstrate its strength. From record-setting floods in February and a devastating April fire that blazed downtown Moulton, to the two fatalities and listless destruction that was left in the path of a tornado that tore through Town Creek thi…

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A Town Creek man was apprehended by Hartselle Police over the weekend following two thefts in Lawrence County, Town Creek Police Chief Jerry Garrett reported Monday.

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A fire that started in the former Court Street Grill on the night of April 22 claimed the restaurant and three other businesses on the north side of the Moulton Square earlier this year.