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For the safety of travelers and road construction and maintenance workers, the Alabama Department of Transportation will have no temporary lane closures on interstates during the Thanksgiving holiday from noon on Wednesday, Nov. 25, through 11:59 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 29.

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In lieu of an annual Christmas Parade and the historic Town of Courtland’s Christmas Tour of Homes, event organizers are planning a special holiday celebration on Dec. 13, which will allow visitors and participants to enjoy the festivities while social distancing.

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Imagine the largest set of Lincoln Logs that you can picture in your mind’s eye. Not only the logs, but piles of tin, rock, chinking, and lumber, two roofs and all of the floor joists and ceiling rafters.

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According to the March of Dimes, every day babies are born sick or so small they can fit in the palm of a hand. To help support the organization’s efforts to improve neonatal care and infant health, the Lawrence County Career Technical Center takes part each year in the annual “Blue Jeans fo…

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The rich and vibrant culture of Native Americans is deeply woven in the fabric of the United States, and the history of innovation and entrepreneurship remains rooted in tribal communities. To honor this storied legacy, President Donald Trump designated November as Native American Heritage M…

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Wild South continues its cleanup efforts in Bankhead National Forest and the Sipsey Wilderness thanks to grant funding and volunteer support. The non-profit organization hosted 16 workdays along the banks of the Sipsey Fork beginning in mid-July, Wild South Coordinator Janice Barrett said.

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The Lawrence County Solid Waste schedule for Thanksgiving week is as follows:

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A Moulton man was arrested on Monday on multiple drug charges, including trafficking, according to the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office. 

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The third week in November is recognized as 2020 Farm-City Week in Lawrence County after local 4-H students met with municipal leaders this week authorizing the countywide celebration of farm industry.

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There is no getting around it, this year Thanksgiving will be a little bit different for most of us. With people anxious about transmitting or coming into contact with the COVID-19 virus, it will take a toll on our holiday in both large and small ways. People might not want to travel or othe…

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Wanda Sprinkle, of Hatton, said she can remember an old forgotten saloon once stood at the site of a new Legends & Lore marker on Alabama 101 in her community. That old saloon gave the town its former name, “Trickem,” according to research available at the Lawrence County Archives.

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Hillsboro native Janetta Thompson is upset the Town Council did not fulfill the majority of the residents’ wishes when it appointed Charles Owens as mayor Monday night.

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One of Lawrence County’s most well-known historic sites is situated along a shady lane that is visible to motorists from nearby Alabama Highway 20, between the small towns of Hillsboro to the east and Courtland to the west. Near the banks of the Tennessee River, it was once one of the larges…

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Longtime Lawrence County School Board member Beth Vinson said dealing with consolidation in 2008 was among the toughest decisions she has ever had to make.

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On Nov. 3, students at the early learning center were issued “driver’s licenses” for identification and a ballot to cast votes for candidates Ice Cream and Cup Cakes, Moulton Head Start Assistant Director Carolyn Brackin Orr said.

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Lawrence County School Superintendent Jon Bret Smith said he doesn’t believe school systems will be shut down after Thanksgiving through the end of the year because of the pandemic, but he has a plan in place in case any more of the system’s schools are temporarily closed.

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As the deadline to purchase a tree for Lawrence County’s 2020 Christmas on the Square (COTS) approaches, organizers said the event is on track to double the size of its tree trail from last year’s inaugural event.

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In order to best conserve funds, the Lawrence County Public Library began implementing service changes in 2015. These changes included closing the library at 3:30 p.m. on Fridays, ending fax, copy and print services 15 minutes prior to close, and locking the entrance five minutes prior to cl…

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Several veterans attended this year’s Veterans Day event for the first time, including Lawrence County’s  veterans service officer,  Nathan Tidwell. Nathan serves three counties. At the end of the flag ceremony, Tidwell stated, “This is the most moving and patriotic event and group that I ha…

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Asymptomatic simply means there are no symptoms. You are considered asymptomatic if you: have recovered from an illness or condition and no longer have symptoms; have an illness or condition (such as early stage high blood pressure or glaucoma) but do not have symptoms of it.

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Moulton's "The Hot Spot" owners Marvin and Elayne Jackson held a special dedication celebration on Halloween after the restaurant was listed on Alabama’s Historic Register.

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A Huntsville man was arrested on burglary charges after he allegedly broke into a Marathon gas station near Moulton Thursday morning, according to a report from the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office. 

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A Huntsville man was arrested on burglary charges after he allegedly broke into a Marathon gas station near Moulton Thursday morning, according to a report from the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.