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St. Luke United Methodist plans annual drive-thru Live Nativity

St. Luke United Methodist Church, 201 Heath Street, Enterprise, Ala., will host its 26th Annual Drive-Thru Live Nativity on Saturday, Dec. 9, and Sunday, Dec. 10, from 6-8 p.m. each night. Everyone invited to attend. St. Luke United Methodist Church, 201 Heath Street, Enterprise, Ala., will host its

ELBA-CLIPPER.COM - 2017-11-22 20:55:00

Elba Community Program praises through song

For the second year in a row, the Elba Ministerial Association hosted a musical program for the Elba Community Thanksgiving Program. The title of this year's program was "Then Sings My Soul" and it proved to be quite a rejoiceful night as community members gathered to praise the Lord through song an

ELBA-CLIPPER.COM - 2017-11-22 20:43:00

Elba BOE names Wynn Grimes new Elba High School principal

The Elba City School Board met Tuesday night, Nov. 14, for the first time under new Superintendent Chris Moseley. Board Chairman Matt Brunson opened the meeting as usual, with a prayer and then led the group in a salute to the American Flag. The board heard Moseley address the hiring of a high schoo

ELBA-CLIPPER.COM - 2017-11-22 20:31:00

New Brockton man arrested after early morning shooting

Joshua Clayton Ward, 30, is charged with first-degree assault after a 4:26 a.m. shooting at the Waffle House on Boll Weevil Circle. Enterprise Police Department Public Information Officer Lt. Billy Haglund said that the shooting was apparently the result of a verbal and physical alternation that occ

SOUTHEASTSUN.COM - 2017-11-24 16:48:00

Jackson County police logs for Nov. 21

MARIANNA POLICE DEPARTMENT The Marianna Police Department reported the following incidents for Nov. 21, the latest available report: 14 traffic stops, six abandoned vehicle reports, two suspicious incidents, one special detail assignment, two escorts, one burglar alarm, two criminal mischief complai

DOTHAN EAGLE

Suspicious package shuts down Jack's in Parrish

Daily Mountain Eagle PARRISH - The Jack's Family Restaurant in Parrish was evacuated for over an hour Tuesday afternoon after a suspicious package was reported in the restaurant's parking lot. Walker County Sheriff Jim Underwood confirmed Wednesday that the device, found attached to a metal fence n

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Wasilla man sentenced for sex trafficking through force, fraud, coercion

ANCHORAGE (KTUU) - A man from Wasilla was sentenced on Tuesday for crimes the judge presiding over the case called "incredibly manipulative, coercive, and demeaning." The case dates back to an arrest made in January of 2016. At that time, troopers arrested Terry Lee Keehn II, 44, of Wasilla, for se

KTUU - 2017-11-23 16:03:00

2017 Mat-Su and Upper Cook Inlet Fisheries summery and update

All concerned with Mat-Su and Upper Cook Inlet salmon fisheries and willing to participate in a dialogue with Alaska Department of Fish and Game staff are invited to attend a public meeting from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Monday, Nov. 27, at Fire Station 61 on the Corner of Swanson Avenue and Lucille Street

FRONTIERSMAN - 2017-11-24 10:54:00

WATCH: Colony High performs in the 2017 Thanksgiving Day Parade

NEW YORK (KTUU) - For a few minutes, Colony High's band graced televisions across the country as they marched in the Thanksgiving Day Parade. For family and friends in Alaska, that video can be viewed above. In addition to the band's big TV debut, a former band member waved on screen for a moment a

KTUU - 2017-11-23 19:33:00

Christmas Towne returns to Chugiak

Santa's helpers have been busily hanging Christmas decorations and stringing up lights at a Boy Scout camp in Chugiak, which for the second year is being transformed into a temporary holiday village. "We're putting on the final touches," Christmas Towne owner Cortney Moore said Monday, four days bef

ALASKA STAR - 2017-11-24 02:55:30

Chugiak council renews objection to HLB density proposal

People in Chugiak really, really don't like a proposal to allow for higher density housing on a parcel of land located near the McDonald Center in Eagle River. At its Nov. 16 meeting, the Chugiak Community Council renewed its objection to the much-maligned proposal by the Heritage Land Bank board of

ALASKA STAR

Chugiak-Eagle River Chamber executive plans departure

EAGLE RIVER - Dana Patterson is leaving her position as executive director of the Chugiak-Eagle River Chamber of Commerce in mid-December to return to her former work in continuing education at the university level. Her last official day at the chamber is Dec. 15. Her final chamber luncheon will be

FRONTIERSMAN

YKHC receives Quality Health Award

The Yukon Kuskokwim Health Corporation is a 2017 Alaska Primary Care Award winner. YKHC, along with four other recipients, received the Honorable Mention award which were announced by Mountain-Pacific Quality Health. The awards were presented to nine facilities during the Alaska Primary Care Associa

DELTA DISCOVERY - 2017-11-24 03:59:43

Spenard's Paradise Inn - and its famous sign - headed for auction

Most have never been to Spenard Road's Paradise Inn but many know its story-high neon palm tree, the one that casts a glow over the snow on winter mornings as buses rumble along and people file by with their chainsaws and engagement rings headed for the pawn shop on the corner. After 55 years, the

ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-24 01:11:24

Suzanne Johnson Endowment raises $165K for HCCF

The Suzanne Johnson Scholarship Endowment Fundraiser always brings in a substantial amount of money for the Hill Country Community Foundation (HCCF) and this year was no exception. On Thursday, Nov. 16, First State Bank of Burnet President Cary Johnson presented HCCF with a check for $165,000 in pro

BURNETBULLETIN.COM - 2017-11-22 21:01:41

City seeks applicants for boards, commissions

COMMISSIONERS WANTED! The City of Marble Falls on Wednesday, Nov. 22, sent out a call for applicants to boards and commissions. "The involvement of residents is important to setting the direction of our city's future," said Mayor John Packer. Applications and further information may be obtained a

HIGHLANDERNEWS.COM - 2017-11-22 18:20:27

Father Lopez' sculpture bridges communities

A downtown reception will be held in Marble Falls Friday, Dec. 24, to honor one of the Highland Lakes most revered artists, Father Jario Lopez. When you visit the Highland Lakes, you are visiting an unofficial gallery of Father Lopez' artistic work. On the city streets, local homes and Saint John Th

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Around Town: December 2017

If you want to get into the holiday spirit, you won't need to travel farther than downtown Waco. During December, especially the first two weeks of the month, this area of the city will be filled with the Christmas spirit. It all starts with Waco Wonderland, which will open the holiday season at 5 p

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2 Copperettes dance in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Copperas Cove High School Copperettes Victoria Hanson and Lily Sallfors show off their Macy's Day Parade jackets. The two dancers were selected to perform in the annual parade in New York City, which was televised on NBC on Thanksgiving Day.Courtesy of CCISD Just like the inflatable larger-than-life

KILLEEN DAILY HERALD - 2017-11-24 10:30:00

Cove officials identify man killed at his home

A man killed Friday at his home just outside of Copperas Cove was identified as Michael Steven Paradise, 31. Paradise was shot at his home in the 200 block of Julia Drive, according to Coryell County Chief Deputy Mark Wilcox. Paradise's son was in the home when it happened and was not harmed, offici

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