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The Salitpa community hosted its second “Salitpa Day” at the Old Lock One Park Saturday. A large crowd turned out for fun, fellowship and good food. At left,Alabama A & M University alumni and supporters were promoting their school.More...
Nina and Pinta replicas docked in Demopolis
DEMOPOLIS, Ala. (WTOK) -In 1492, Christopher Columbus sailed the ocean blue. In 2018, replicas of two of his ships, the Nina and Pinta sailed up the Tombigbee Waterway and docked in Demopolis.“They’re extremely accurate replicas of Portuguese caravels, typical ships that were used during the 15th ce
Giant Hogweed Plant Found in Va. Poses Health Hazards
To learn about the identification ofgiant hogweedand compare it to common look-alikes, check out theNYDEC site here. In the early 20th century, the herb was introduced to the USA as an ornamental garden plant - the impressively-sized plant's white flower heads can reach two and a half feet in diamet
Local attorney seeking Ward 5 city council seat
Northcutt has served on numerous Auburn High School boards, the Auburn 2020 Planning Commission, Public Safety Committee, and is a member of the Auburn Preservation League. He has also served on the board of directors for both the Achievement Center and the Child Advocacy Center, as well as the Lee
Schedule set for annual Freedom on the River - The Demopolis Times
The Demopolis Area Chamber of Commerce has announced the schedule of events for its upcoming Freedom on the River Celebration. The events will take place on Wednesday, July 4, at the Demopolis City Landing.
BREAKING: Body of missing boater found
MCINTOSH, Ala. (WKRG) - The search for a elderly boater who had been missing since Thursday night is over after his body was recovered just before 11:00 p.m. by members of the McIntosh and Mount Vernon Volunteer Fire Departments.The boater was first reported missing Thursday night after his boat hit
Planning commission chair seeks council seat
“I believe this takes a positive and determined voice, common sense and creative leadership, a strategic mindset, passion, a servant’s heart and true commitment,” Brown said. “I am dedicated and will work diligently as we achieve more.”
Guest Column: Citizens should know their 4th Amendment rights
On June 7, Tiana Smalls, whose Facebook profile describes her as owner of Fire Flower Beauty Company, was riding a Greyhound bus from Bakersfield, California, to Las Vegas, Nevada. As the bus approached an agricultural checkpoint at the Nevada state line, Ms. Smalls said the driver made an unusual a
Campbell basketball camp returning to Livingston next week
Former University of Alabama basketball player Marcus Campbell backpedals while coaching at his annual summer basketball camp last June at Sumter Central High School. Campbell’s camp returns to Livingston, Alabama, next week.File Photo
Why many Americans aren't benefiting from robust US economy
FILE- In this May 17, 2018, file photo, new graduates line up before the start of the Bergen Community College commencement at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. Obtaining a college degree has increasingly coincided with ever-higher student debt loads. Since 2004, total student debt has climbe
Almost 2000 migrant children separated from their families at US-Mexico border
From 19 April to 31 May, a total of 1,995 minors were separated from 1,940 adults as they tried to enter the USA between official border crossings. The separations were not broken down by age, and included separations for illegal entry, immigration violations or possible criminal conduct by the adul
From Woodley Park to L.A., R&B duo Watch the Duck keeps on swimming
The pair signed with Pharrell Williams’ I am OTHER label via Interscope Records last year, their latest album "Delayed Adulthood" dropped in April, and the album’s single “There you Are” has been streamed almost 2 million times on Spotify.
Crews search for man who went missing in south Alabama river
MCINTOSH, Ala. (AP) - Crews are searching for a man who went missing in the Tombigbee River near McIntosh.The U.S. Coast Guard said early Friday that a helicopter crew from New Orleans was working with police, volunteers and others in the search.
Automakers improve quality to record level in annual survey
FILE - This April 1, 2015, file photo shows a wheel of the 2016 Kia Optima on display at the New York International Auto Show. The annual survey by J.D. Power finds that buyers reported a record-low 93 problems per 100 vehicles during the first three months of ownership, four problems fewer than las
Former Minnesota safety Kendarian Handy-Holly will transfer to Auburn
The Jackson, Ala., native announced his intention to transfer earlier this spring in hopes of returning closer to home. Minnesota granted Handy-Holly full release, and he decided last week his next step is to play safety for Auburn. He and his family are on Auburn’s campus Thursday watching the Tige
Teacher bullying caught on video 'dealt with,' MPS says
The video, shared to Facebook, purports to show a Jeff Davis High School teacher making fun of a student, but MPS said it will not be able to unequivocally identify the teacher until the investigation is complete.Andrew Yawn / Advertiser
One Woman Who Knew Her Rights Forced Border Patrol off a Greyhound Bus
On June 7, Tiana Smalls, whose Facebook profile describes her as owner of Fire Flower Beauty Company, was riding a Greyhound bus from Bakersfield, California to Las Vegas, Nevada. As the bus approached an agricultural checkpoint at the Nevada state line, Ms. Smalls said the driver made an unusual an
Demopolis Chamber announces Freedom on the River schedule
Demopolis’ Annual Children’s Patriotic Parade will begin at 5 p.m. The parade encourages children of all ages to decorate their own transportation (wagons, strollers, skateboards, bicycles, etc.) in red, white and blue for a parade from George Franks Field to the Demopolis City Landing. Prizes will
Kellogg recalls Honey Smacks because of salmonella potential
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says most of the outbreaks were in California, Massachusetts, New York and Pennsylvania.
Law enforcement reports: June 12-13
• Disorderly conduct - Michael A. Coleman Jr., born in 1997, 5097 New Hope Road, Dekalb. Coleman is also charged with fighting in public.