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First-graders flock to Farm-City Outdoor Classroom

Jordan Reynolds had a gleam in his eye Wednesday as he held a baby chick. He was quick to smile as his father, Daniel Reynolds, snapped a picture with his phone.
“It’s awesome,” the West End first-grader said. Read More


· Outdoor Classroom

Legislators promise permanent funding for DEU

On the eighth anniversary of its inception, the Etowah County Drug Enforcement Unit still is looking for a permanent funding source. It needed emergency funding to stay above water in September. Read More


· Funding Press Conference

Little choice among companies in Ala. marketplace

MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Alabamians who are able to get into the new health insurance marketplace website are finding they don’t have much choice among companies. Read More;sz=300x250;dcove=r;ord=123456789?

State News More State News

iPhone found unscathed after plunge from airplane

Some phones are made of sterner stuff.
Angela Dalton and her 10-year-old son were riding as passengers in a three-seat plane on Friday for an aerial tour of Dothan, courtesy of a family friend who happens to be a pilot. Read More

Some parents concerned with school’s Arabic class

Daphne High School’s plan to offer Arabic language classes instead of French has drawn criticism from some concerned parents. Read More

Blunt force trauma cited in death of Ala. woman

DeKalb County sheriff’s officials say a Fort Payne woman who was killed by her nephew died of blunt force trauma to her head. Read More

Sports More Sports

Braves, Dodgers return to playoffs

It’s been a while since either team played a truly meaningful game. Read More

NICK JOHNSTON: Gaston-Westbrook Christian highlight Week 6 games

The race for the high school football playoffs begins in earnest Friday night as the second half of the season kicks off with a full slate of region games across the area. Read More

Physical play takes toll on SEC players

Playing football in the Southeastern Conference is taking its toll on teams. Read More

Life More Life

More Americans getting in vital exercise time at the office

WASHINGTON — Glued to your desk at work? Cross that off the list of reasons not to exercise. Read More

EXTENSION CORNER: Garlic an easy addition to winter gardens

I cannot imagine cooking one meal without using garlic and onions. As soon as these two hit the pan, the house is filled with that wonderful smell. These are cooking staples and an easy addition to winter gardens. Read More

GLENDA BYARS: Doctorates at Dwight

The Sunday morning that Dwight Baptist Church received the newly bestowed doctorate degree upon its pastor, William “Bill” Riddle, I was a teenager. Read More

Opinion More Opinion

OUR VIEW: The consequences of not buckling up

Section 32-5B-4 of the Alabama Code has been in effect for 22 years. It requires front-seat passengers to wear seat belts at all time while a vehicle is in motion. Read More

OUR VIEW: Not vaccinating kids an unwise, unhealthy choice

Here’s a news flash for you — children who get vaccinations seem to get sick less often than those who don’t. Read More

Obituaries More Obituaries

Brothers, Charles Kenny

Charles Kenny Brothers, 60, Gallant, died Monday, Sept. 16, 2013. A private memorial service is Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013. Cremation services provided by Morgan Funeral …..

Douglas, Frances (Santos)

Frances Santos Douglas, age 80, of Southside, AL passed away on September 29, 2013. Born in Gadsden, AL she leaves behind a legacy as …..

Fulmer, Janet L.

Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Crestwood Chapel for Janet L. Fulmer, 74, Gadsden, who passed away Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2013. The …..

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