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Limestone County And Athens City Schools Receive ARC Grants

September 29, 2015

ATHENS-The state of Alabama and Governor Robert Bentley announce a grant of $48,300 Appalachian Regional Commission grant to purchase new computer equipment for the Athens school system. The grant will help the school system establish a computer science program at Athens High School. School officials report that there is a great demand for computer science courses […]

“Bullets In The Bathtub”…Murder Mystery Theater for Hospice of the Shoals

September 23, 2015

THE SHOALS-Hospice of the Shoals is having their Mystery Dinner Theater Fundraiser again this year, and you are  invited!   Last year’s Mystery Dinner  sold out quickly, so if you are interested in being a sponsor or buying tickets….get them now before they are gone. Tickets are $100 and a table for 8 is $800. The Mystery […]

American Heart Association Hosting Volunteer Rally

September 23, 2015

THE SHOALS-Have you ever wanted to save lives in your community or educate your loved ones on quality of life? Do you want to give back and have fun while doing it? The American Heart Association need your help!  Volunteers are needed to help us reach the community about the mission of the AHA. The AHA  also need […]

Public Lands Day Presented by TVA

September 21, 2015

Come Enjoy Fine Dining By Chef Alan Phillips While Supporting Local

September 17, 2015

FLORENCE-Main Street Florence and the Florence Foodies are hosting a Special Event … a 5 course dinner in the art of a cold kitchen including wine pairings for 3 of the courses. The Chef for the evening will be Chef Alan Phillips owner of the Red Clay Epicurean.   The event will be Thursday, September 24 from 6:30 […]

Governor Bentley Releases Statement on Passage of FY2016 General Fund Budget

September 16, 2015

MONTGOMERY—Governor Robert Bentley on Wednesday released a statement on final passage of the FY2016 General Fund Budget. “We have made tremendous progress to fundamentally change the way our state budgets. Tonight is an important step forward in that process. I commend House and Senate members, including Speaker Hubbard, Pro Tem Marsh and Budget Chairmen Clouse […]

2015 Rogersville Indian Artifact Show

September 16, 2015

ROGERSVILLE-Have you ever found an interesting looking rock and thought that it was just more than a natural formation, that it looks like it might be an arrowhead or some type of ancient stone tool? Do you have a box of “Old Indian Rocks” that you picked up as a child or were given to […]

Two Florence Natives Serving In The Navy…Defending Our Country

September 4, 2015

THE SHOALS-Florence Native Jacob Melton serving aboard the USS Ronald Reagan and Florence native Joshua Reding assigned to Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit 202 Virginia Beach, Va. are featured today for their service to our country. 150902-EM227-009 PACIFIC OCEAN (Sept. 2, 2015) – Machinery Repairman Fireman Jacob Melton, a native of Florence, Ala., drills a hole in […]

The Alabama Barbeque Battle…The Winners Are……

September 2, 2015

The winners of the Alabama Tourism Department’s Barbecue Battle have been chosen competition garnered more than 1 million votes on-line This contest was held in conjunction with The Year of Alabama BBQ. And the Winners are… Legends category …the winner is:  Lannie’s of Selma In a big upset, little Lannie’s Bar-B-Q Spot, which first opened in Selma’s […]

Shades Of Bluegrass Festival September 11-12…Rogersville, Alabama

August 31, 2015

ROGERSVILLE-The Rogersville Bluegrass Festival is now Shades of Bluegrass Festival in Rogersville, Alabama.  The Festival will still be playing some of the best Bluegrass Music around. Bluewater Road has been invited to play two shows at the Shades of Bluegrass Festival.  They will play a show on Friday and Saturday, September 11 and 12. The […]

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