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An annual multi-class reunion for Courtland Hawks is happening in historic town this Saturday, according to the Hawks Reunion Committee.

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People are always looking for something old, something that brings back memories of their childhood, of loved ones, like Grandpa’s old saw or Grandma’s rolling pin, things that take us back in time to a place in our lives that was much simpler and when we felt loved, safe and secure. 

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The historic town of Courtland is indeed “headed to new heights” following a dedication ceremony for Lockheed Martin’s newest facility at the Courtland site and the unveiling of a mural in downtown Courtland the same day. Mayor Linda Peebles says she is also optimistic the town is seeing new…

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Youth Leadership Lawrence students met for their first session, Leadership 101, on Thursday, Sept. 30. The session, sponsored by the Lawrence County Extension Office, featured hands-on activities that helped the students hone their team-building skills and identify differing leadership perso…

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Lawrence commissioners eager to see reconstruction begin at the historic courthouse in downtown Moulton entered the designing phase of renovation after hiring CMH Architects for the project in a special meeting on Sept. 30. Commissioners announced last week that the demolition phase was comp…

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When you start getting your quilts out of the closet as the weather turns colder, look a little closer at the one your grandmother made. You might be surprised at the history of its pattern and the origin of quilting in general. This fading art form came into existence out of necessity. Beca…

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A Hillsboro man was arrested on drug charges after a traffic stop in Moulton, according to a report from the Moulton Police Department.

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Bank Independent was recently awarded the Mastercard 2021 “Doing Well by Doing Good” national recognition for their community efforts, including an animal shelter drive for Lawrence County.

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The Lawrence County School System reported a decline in positive COVID-19 cases among students and staff following the expiration of a system-wide mask mandate on Sept. 24. In a regular board meeting on Monday, Superintendent Jon Bret Smith said the board is likely to adopt a plan for masks …

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A virtual Career Expo, hosted by the Alabama Conference NAACP Labor & Industry Committee, is happening Saturday at 11:15 a.m.

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Interested vendors have until Monday, Oct. 11, to sign up for the Town of Hillsboro’s inaugural Fall Festival, set for Saturday, Oct. 23.

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In lieu of the Lawrence County Fair this year, a Farmer’s Fall Festival held at the Lions Club Fairgrounds in Moulton this October will feature live musical entertainment, free family activities, a cornhole tournament, a haunted trail ride, food and craft vendors, and other harvest season fu…

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The City of Moulton is taking further steps to address overfilling of a sludge lagoon at the city’s sewer plant after council members moved to hire an engineering firm to handle designs for installation of a centrifuge facility at the plant. 

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In an effort to raise awareness for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Lawrence Medical Center’s Chief Clinical Officer Ashley Mayfield answers questions about the disease, treatment and prevention options currently available. 

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A Hillsboro man was arrested on drug charges after a traffic stop in Moulton Tuesday, according to a report from the Moulton Police Department.

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When Ginger Layman Davis was just a little girl, she was immersed in music, not instrumental music, mind you, the way some of our guests in this series have been, but in acapella music, the music we make when we are alone with God or when we sing as a congregation without a musical instrumen…

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An annual multi-class reunion for Courtland Hawks is happening in historic town Saturday, Oct. 16, according to the Hawks Reunion Committee.

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Lawrence Countians who are descended from relatives buried at a Red Bank historic cemetery recently honored those deceased relatives with a monument erected at the site this September. 

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A Moulton man was arrested on drug and criminal mischief charges Tuesday after police received reports of suspicious activity near Sommerville Avenue in downtown Moulton, according to authorities.

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Moulton resident Anna Mullican, who serves as the Cultural Resource Specialist at Oakville Indian Mounds and Education Center, received a Peak Award from the North Alabama Mountain Lakes Tourist Association last week as the organization’s Tourism Professional of the Year.

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A Cruisin’ for a Cure Relay for Life event is happening at the Joe Wheeler EMC Trinity headquarters, located on Alabama 24, on Saturday, Oct. 23, according to organizers.

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Lockheed Martin in Courtland is seeking applicants for its Advanced Manufacturing Technician Apprenticeship Program (AMTAP). The deadline to apply is Oct. 4, according to Lockheed Martin officials.

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Lawrence County’s History and Preservation Society saw the return of its largest fundraiser this year after the annual Harvest Festival had to be canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The Tennessee Valley Authority said the nearly 8 inches of rain that fell on portions of the region on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 18 and 19, boosted power production and will help keep consumer power costs down. Drier weather the past three days has eased river levels and allowed work on a w…

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One person was transported to a local hospital for non-life-threatening injuries Thursday after a two-vehicle accident in the Speake community, according to Gunnar Walling, the assistant chief for Speake Volunteer Fire Department.

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A Moulton man was arrested on drug and criminal mischief charges Tuesday after police received reports of suspicious activity near Sommerville Avenue in downtown Moulton, according to authorities.

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Buttressed by increased sales tax collections and federal COVID funding, Lawrence County Schools officials said the fiscal 2022 general fund budget is the largest in the system's history.

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A Moulton woman is in the Lawrence County Jail on theft charges after officers received a complaint  from Pickens Avenue that alleged the woman was sitting inside another resident's car, according to a report from the Moulton Police Department.