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Operation Migration – Restoring A 10,000 Year Old Route

January 17, 2012

FRANKLIN COUNTY – A small flock of just 9 Whooping cranes is resting in the rolling farmland in the eastern part of the county. They are the focus of a valiant effort by numerous conservation and naturalist organizations in The United States and Canada. The species, Grus americana, is the tallest bird in North America, […]


New Florence/Lauderdale Booking Photos

January 17, 2012

Check our Law & Order Section for the latest arrest information from Florence/Lauderdale. When in Law & Order, simply click on Florence/Lauderdale and you’ll find all the records. While you are over there, check out all of the material.   Remember, all persons seen here are PRESUMED INNOCENT. These are public records and you have […]


Chief Logan Back On Job

January 17, 2012

TUSCUMBIA – Police Chief Tony Logan is back at his desk after his D.U.I. conviction last week by an Etowah County jury. Logan had appealed his March 2010 Florence Municipal Court conviction to circuit court. A change of venue was granted because of intense media coverage in Northwest Alabama. “I talked twice with Mayor Shoemaker […]


New Florence / Lauderdale Booking Photos and Arrest Reports – Part II

January 11, 2012

Check our Law & Order Section for the latest arrest information from The Florence Police Department and Lauderdale County Sheriff. When in Law & Order, simply click on Florence/Lauderdale and you’ll find all the records. While you are over there, check out all of the material. And don’t forget to look at The Shoals’ Most Wanted!


Deal Goes Bad: Jeweler Shoots Customer

January 10, 2012

  SHEFFIELD – Buddy Zils, 70, of Buddy’s Jewelry on Second Street, has been charged in the Monday shooting  of one of his customers.  Zils, who has for years adorned his business with messages of God’s love, has been charged with First Degree Assault, a Class A felony, according to Sheffield Police Chief, Greg Ray. “We […]


Jewelry Store Owner in Jail Following Shooting

January 10, 2012

SHEFFIELD – Buddy Zils, 70, owner of Buddy’s Jewelty on Second Street is being held as of this hour in Sheffield Jail following a shooting at his store Monday. Zils is accused of shooting Charles Miller, also of Sheffield. The incident occurred in the parking lot of Buddy’s Jewelry before 9:00am Monday, after the business […]


New Colbert County Booking Photos and Arrest Reports

January 10, 2012

Check our Law & Order Section for the latest arrest information from The Colbert County Sheriff. When in Law & Order, simply click on Colbert County and you’ll find all the records. While you are over there, check out all of the material. And don’t forget to look at the WANTED POSTERS!


Etowah Jury Empaneled For Tuscumbia Chief Logan

January 9, 2012

GADSDEN – Tuscumbia Police Chief Tony Logan now knows who will decide his fate in his Drunk-Driving trial being held in Etowah County. Late this afternoon the final juror was impaneled, and tomorrow morning proceedings begin.   The trial was moved from Lauderdale County at the request of Logan’s attorneys. He was arrested in 2009 in […]


Publix Pulling Out? Not So Fast…

January 9, 2012

FLORENCE – Last Spring, upscale supermarket chain, Publix, announced that it was putting a store on Cox Creek Parkway. Many Shoals residents greeted the news with enthusiasm. The nation’s largest employee-owned supermarket had been courted for years by local individuals and the Chamber of Commerce, without much success. The advent of Publix on The Shoals […]


Brooks: Congressional Changes to Colbert and Lawrence

January 8, 2012

MUSCLE SHOALS – Congressman Mo Brooks (R) says that with redistricting changes coming to The Shoals, residents of Colbert and Lawrence Counties will see a new face around. That face will be Robert Aderholt (R) of the Fourth District of which the two counties will become a part in January 2013. In an exclusive interview with […]


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