12:26 AM, Friday, December 13
"Our biggest concern is that our students are going to leave for two weeks and be hungry,” said Tommy Bice, superintendent of the Alabama Department of Education, in a school board meeting Thursday.
Piedmont council hears concerns over utility billing change
01:11 AM, Wednesday, August 07full story
Census data show increase in immigrants in Calhoun County
01:00 AM, Wednesday, August 07full story
Woman charged with burning boyfriend with hot grease
05:16 PM, Tuesday, August 06full story
Man charged with armed robbery of woman on Noble Street
04:11 PM, Tuesday, August 06full story
Cleburne BOE does some hiring before start of school
11:45 PM, Monday, August 05full story
Cleburne County Search and Rescues requests emergency fund...
11:43 PM, Monday, August 05full story