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No Decision On Sheffield Gun Range

February 21, 2012

SHEFFIELD – The Sheffield City Council took no action last night on the future of the city’s 32-year-old shooting range. The City council is weighing whether or not to close the shooting range because of noise complaints from nearby residents.         The range, located on Village Road, is near Ridgepoint, a 10-year-old upscale […]


New Tuscumbia Arrests

February 21, 2012

Check out the new booking photos and arrest information for Tuscumbia.


Local Company Barometer of Improving Economy

February 20, 2012

TUSCUMBIA – A local automotive parts assembly company is proving to be an important indicator of growth in the United States’ economy. Less than four years ago several people from Troy, Michigan, and a recent immigrant from Honduras made a trip to The Shoals to see the new North American Lighting plant. Their company supplies wiring […]


Helen Keller Hospital Cuts Ribbon

February 17, 2012

SHEFFIELD – The American Cancer Society Resource Center officially opened Thursday at Helen Keller Hospital in Sheffield. The Center and two Pallative Care Suites were constructed using funds from The Helen Keller Hospital Foundation with the goal of providing physical and emotional comfort for patients and their families. Each suite contains two rooms; one room for […]


Texting Ban To Be Debated

February 16, 2012

MONTGOMERY – Proposed legislation to ban people from sending or receiving text messages while driving is in line to come up for debate on the Alabama House floor. The bill by Republican Rep. Jim McClendon of Springville will be near the top of the work agenda when the House convenes Thursday. The bill calls for […]


Mr. Laurie Simmons Tucker – Notice

February 15, 2012

Mr. Laurie Simmons Tucker, 76, of Lexington died Tuesday, February 14, 2012. A memorial service will be announced at a later date.  Elkins East Chapel is assisting the family.


Auburn University To Create International Hunger Institute

February 15, 2012

AUBURN – The Auburn University Board of Trustees agreed on Feb. 3 to establish the International Hunger Institute, providing the university with another tool to use in the fight against domestic and global hunger. The proposal from the College of Human Sciences was based on the college’s ongoing relationship with the United Nations World Food […]


New Franklin County Booking Photos / Reports

February 14, 2012

Become more aware of what is happening in your community. Check out the latest Franklin County Booking Photos.


Immigration Law Debacle: Alabama Law Enforcement Quandry

February 13, 2012

MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA – Immigration and Customs Enforcement is refusing to pick up persons simply suspected of being in Alabama illegally, as outlined in the country’s most severe anti-illegal immigrant law. This fact, which has not been widely reported, has begun to cause problems at all levels of State Government and Law Enforcement Agencies. While the […]


New Booking Photos – Three Agencies!

February 10, 2012

Check out all the new booking photos and arrest reports for Lauderdale County and Florence Police, Part II, Sheffield and Tuscumbia. Lots to see. Know anyone special who might be in here? Find them in Law&Order.   D.A. Connolly’s Most Wanted…New photos added…bad checks.. court cases for the week of 02/10/12.  Check out the Law […]


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