Headlines: Mitchell students pie teachers to raise money for Red Cross

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Mitchell students pie teachers to raise money for Red Cross

The Mitchell Community Center gym was filled with the joyous screams of Mitchell Elementary School students Friday as they watched several of their classmates rub whipped cream pies in their teachers’ faces in the culmination of a fundraiser… Read More

Students display multimedia, web skills at Tech Blitz

Students in Gadsden City Schools displayed their multimedia and web technology skills Friday at the 10th annual Tech Blitz at the Bevill Center at Gadsden State Community College. Read More

Tornado confirmed in eastern Alabama

NOTASULGA — Three homes and two mobile homes in eastern Alabama were unlivable after being hit by a fast-moving twister on Thursday night. The National Weather Service on Friday confirmed the storm packing winds of 120 mph was an EF-2 tornado. Read More

State News More State News

Alabama school board OKs new test for grades 3-8

The State Board of Education has approved a resolution making Alabama the first state in the nation to adopt a new standardized testing system aligned with the Common Core school standards. Read More

Tornadoes touch down in Notasulga, Huntsville

Three homes and two mobile homes in eastern Alabama were uninhabitable after being hit by a fast-moving twister on Thursday night. Read More

Auburn Board of Trustees votes to raise tuition

The Auburn University Board of Trustees has voted unanimously to approve a tuition hike.
The board voted Friday to raise tuition by an average of about 4.5 percent and 8 percent at its sister school Auburn University Montgomery. Read More

Sports More Sports

Jacksonville State’s J-Day features fast-paced offense

JACKSONVILLE — Jacksonville State fans got a glimpse of what to expect this fall when the Gamecocks took the field for the first time under new football coach Bill Clark at the annual J-Day spring football game Friday night. Read More


Day takes lead at Masters

AUGUSTA, Ga. — The 14-year-old from China isn’t going anywhere in a hurry. And this Masters is still a long way from taking shape. Read More

Alabama’s offensive line takes shape

TUSCALOOSA — A cool nickname and some mop-up duties were the best Ryan Kelly and the rest of Alabama’s second-team offensive line could hope for last season. Read More

Life More Life

AMY BURGESS: Cleaning out, caring for home freezers

A goal of many Alabama families is to own a home freezer. There are many benefits in owning a freezer — if you have the right one for your needs and use it correctly. Read More

Opinion More Opinion

OUR VIEW: Truly the Hearts of Eagles

During Wednesday’s American Values Luncheon, the Lookout Mountain District of the Boy Scouts of America honored three Etowah County residents. Read More

Obituaries More Obituaries

Arledge, Ottis F.

The Rev. Ottis Arledge, 85, of Ivalee community, went to be with the Lord while at home surrounded by his wife and daughters. Funeral services …..

Brown, Judy

Judy Brown, 65, Bryant, died Thursday, April 11, 2013. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Monday at W.T. Wilson Funeral Chapel. Burial will be …..

Fuller, Nollie

Nollie Fuller, 97, Albertville, died Wednesday, April 10, 2013. She is survived by her family. Funeral service was at 2:30 p.m. Friday at Adams Brown …..

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