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Moulton third grader Avery Dutton was recognized this week for growing the largest cabbage in a competition that included all third-grade students at Moulton Elementary School. Dutton’s teacher, Mrs. Kim Johnson, helped students plant their own cabbages at school earlier this year and instru…

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Lawrence County began early preparations last week for the second annual Christmas on the Square event by preselling trees for this year’s Tree Trail set to go up around the Moulton square this winter. 

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Buffeted by declining enrollment and placement on the state's failing school list, R.A. Hubbard School must meet specific goals to possibly remain open after the 2020-21 academic year, Lawrence County's superintendent says.

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Sandra Ligon, Circuit Clerk and Absentee Election Manager would like to remind voters of the upcoming Republican Primary Run-Off Election on July 14, 2020. The March 31 runoff elections were postponed until July 14, 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.  A sample ballot is attached.

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The Jackson House Foundation continues an oil-painting raffle in an attempt to offset financial woes after canceling two fundraisers due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The Moulton Advertiser invites all Lawrence County candidates participating in the 2020 municipal elections to announce their intention to run for office.   

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Succulents have gained a great popularity in the plant world lately, mostly because they are reported to be such carefree additions to your plant collection. Some people can grow them with no problem, while others struggle. If you are throwing up your hands over your melting succulents, ther…

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There probably wasn’t any better surprise that seniors of Lawrence County High School could have received than when they found out they would indeed be having their high school prom.

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COVID-19 restrictions limiting the number of visitors inside the Lawrence County courthouse have been lifted this week.

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Tearing down and rebuilding the old portion of Moulton Elementary School is one of the construction projects the Lawrence County school board wants to pursue once the district receives its share of a recent state bond issue.

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As COVID-19 cases continue to spike across the state and even here at home, it’s time to step back and consider how easily the virus is spread and ask ourselves, “Have I been a part of the problem?”

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Troy is pleased to announce students who have been named to the Provost's List for the Spring Semester and Term 4 of the 2019/2020 academic year. Full-time undergraduate students who are registered for at least 12 semester hours and who have a grade point average of at least 3.65 qualify for…

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The Jesse Owens Park and Museum reopened this week following statewide closures in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The American Legion Post 25 inducted 2020-2021 officers last week, and re-appointed Post Commander Philip Terry. Officers include Vice Commander Bill Cole, Sargent-at-Arms George Brackins, Chaplain Joe Jackson, Adjutant Roger Loosier, and Assistant Adjutant Kay Wadsworth. Pictured from the l…

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An offer to rent and then purchase a Lawrence County Commission-owned building doesn’t meet the asking price, but one commissioner wants to make a deal to eliminate the facility’s overhead.