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‘Heart for children’ – PCES principal celebrates retirement - Franklin County Times
By Bart Moss / For the FCTInstead of relaxing after a first full week of school, Jackie Ergle celebrated her retirement with family, friends and colleagues Saturday.Ergle, longtime principal at Phil Campbell Elementary School, said last week was hard on her for one reason: not seeing the children ev
Pile up slows down Highway 82 in Reform - WCBI TV | Your News Leader
REFORM, Ala. (WCBI)- Three people were taken to the hospital after a crash on Highway 82 in Reform, Alabama.
What's your dog thinking? 'We don't have a clue,' but professor will study it at new canine lab
LINCOLN, Neb. — Dogs barked, growled, grinned, raced, rolled and lolled their tongues Saturday at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and psychology professor Jeff Stevens wondered what they were thinking.
Nettleton police seek information about United Furniture vandals
NETTLETON, Miss. (WTVA) - Nettleton police are searching for the people responsible for the vandalism of United Furniture.Nettleton Police Chief Gary Monaghan says the incident happened Friday night at the plant.He says the vandals destroyed 20 vending machines. He says money was taken from the mach
Astronaut capsule development ‘will not be a losing proposition’ for SpaceX
Astronauts, from left to right, Victor Glover, Robert Behnken, Michael Hopkins, Douglas Hurley, Eric Boe, Sunita Williams, Christopher Ferguson, Josh Cassada and Nicole Mann wave to the crowd after being introduced Aug. 3 at a NASA event in Houston to announce them as astronauts assigned to crew the
Russellville man loses life in motorcycle crash
LAWRENCE COUNTY, Ala. — A Russellville man is dead after a motorcycle crash according to state troopers. Officials say 47-year-old Albert Denzil Berryman crashed on AL Hwy. 33 near County Road 311.While riding about three miles north of Moulton, Berryman lost control while trying to take a curve and
OSHA, Jasper car dealership reach settlement in fatal fire
OSHA cited the company for failing to implement all elements of a chemical hazard communication program, improperly storing flammable liquids and allowing the use of unapproved electrical receptacles and equipment in a hazardous area, according to court documents.
Three men face charges for Itawamba County burglary
ITAWAMBA COUNTY, Miss. (WTVA) - Two men are accused of breaking into an Itawamba County home, and a third person is accused of taking and hiding some of the items.On Friday, August 10, Itawamba County deputies responded to a burglary in the Peppertown area. The homeowner said he had been out of town
Blessings in an Amory Box - WCBI TV | Your News Leader
“It’s just for anybody. Age, gender, race, religion, they can come day or night. It’s never locked and they can get what they need. Like it says take what you need to, leave what you can. Little becomes much in the masters hand. Don’t use it like a grocery store every day, but use it when they need
Anniversary event celebrates NDEA, honors Carl Elliott - Franklin County Times
August 20 from 6-7:30 p.m. there will be an event honoring the 60thanniversary of the signing of the National Defense Educational Act – sponsored by former Congressman Carl Elliott, originally from Vina, and Sen. Lister Hill, both from Alabama.The event will take place at the University of North Ala
Band Director on paid leave amid asbestos scare
"Our kids are working hard. They're out here every day putting a hundred and fifty percent in, because they want to put that show on and they want to do it for mr. Weeks to show him that they still love band and they want to play, but they want to play for him," said Herron.
U.S. Postal Service officials remain quiet on issues behind Muscle Shoals’ office closure
MUSCLE SHOALS, Ala. -- Doors remain locked on Monday at the post office on Avalaon Avenue afterofficials reported health and safety concerns on August 8.WHNT's Carter Watkins reports August 13 from Muscle Shoals why a letter with "Closed Temporarily" in bold text still hangs.Watkins says officials
Deshler band room clears first asbestos test; director placed on leave
“Before we proceed with doing any kind of renovations or any type of work, we have to get those types of things tested,” said Aikerson.
Grant will allow Houston County Sheriff’s Office to purchase 2 in-car camera systems
The Houston County Commission approved an inter-local agreement regarding the grant. The Dothan Police Department and the sheriff’s office both benefit from the Byrne Justice Assistance Grant Program, as DPD will receive $21,522.75 as part of the agreement.
Could Searcy Hospital reopen?
Coming up at 5, we will tell you what Searcy could be reopened for, and if Ivey has ever responded to that letter.
'We're at the mercy of the dispatchers'
Buy NowLinda Cagle, a police communications officer III and an instructor, works with trainee Kristina Haraway at the Alabama State Troopers Post in Muscle Shoals. [JIM HANNON/TIMESDAILY]
Tex-Mex restaurant faces backlash for saying it was 'an honor' to serve Sessions
So far this summer, members of Trump administration have been cursed at while picking up takeout, heckled by protesters while eating dinner, confronted in cafes by strangers demanding they resign, and, in the case of Sarah Huckabee Sanders, even asked to leave a restaurant in the middle of a meal. I
Celebrating the King of Rock and Roll - WCBI TV | Your News Leader
TUPELO, Miss. (WCBI) – Thursday marks the 41st anniversary of the death of Elvis Presley. Saturday, however, was Fan Appreciation Day at the Elvis Birthplace in Tupelo.
Fields found guilty of murder/felony murder
DOUBLE SPRINGS - Ashley Brooke Fields, 26 of Arley has been found guilty of murder/felony murder @ the end of her murder trial which has lasted 10 days @ the Winston County Courthouse.The jury began deliberations at 11:30 Thursday & reconvened before Presiding Circuit Judge Lee Carter to have the ch
Spencer Victim: 'I wish I would have killed him'
Thursday, the WAAY 31 I-team talked to a man who could’ve killed a triple murder suspect 30 years ago.Our victim in this case did not want his identity revealed, because that's how dangerous Jimmy Spencer is. He told us he was in the Franklin County Courthouse in 1990 when Jimmy Spencer was sentence