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Gadsden State crowns Homecoming King and Queen

Madalyn Oliver and Aaron Mackey were crowned Gadsden State Community College's Homecoming King and Queen during festivities Nov. 13 at the Beck Field House. Oliver is a native of Sand Rock and is the daughter of Greg and Sabrina Oliver. She is a general studies major at Gadsden State and plans to t


Black Friday Blood Drive at Premiere Cinemas

The American Red Cross is hosting day two of a holiday blood drive today at Premiere Cinemas in the Gadsden Mall. The first day of the drive, Wednesday, was 100 percent booked with donor appointments but donors are welcome still from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. today. All donors will receive a free movie pass.

GADSDEN TIMES - 2017-11-24 02:04:41

JOHN F. FLOYD: Renewable energy grows, but still has limitations

There is no doubt power generated by renewables is growing, and nowhere more than the Lone Star State of Texas. Texas, long known for its romance with oil and gas, is leading the nation in energy generated by solar power. Even though fracking has opened up new and massive reserves of oil in Texas, s

GADSDEN TIMES - 2017-11-24 06:01:00

Humane Society hosts Black Furday, adoption discounts

It's easier every year to have a cynical reaction to Black Friday sales, but even the most jaded will agree: "Black Furday" is a charming concept. Gadsden's Humane Society Pet Rescue and Adoption Center holds their special "sale" from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday at 4200 Brooke Ave., with discounted ado

GADSDEN TIMES - 2017-11-24 02:05:46

Special events during Small Business Saturday

With Black Friday pouring from its 24-hour confines into nearly a week of sales stampedes, one can be forgiven for ducking the whole thing to pick at leftovers at home. Fortunately, this weekend's Small Business Saturday event offers a more casual, community-based option, for those who want deals bu

GADSDEN TIMES - 2017-11-24 02:06:37

Salute to soldiers | Boaz VFW assembles uniform display to honor veterans

John Lardner (right) and Ed Teal stand in front of the Boaz Veterans of Foreign Wars military uniform display. Lardner travelled more then 3,600 miles to find the uniforms.The Reporter |Taylor Beck After traveling 3,600 miles across the Southeast in search of uniforms representing each branch of the

SAND MOUNTAIN REPORTER - 2017-11-24 23:00:00

Missing votes counted | Some Boaz votes left out of tabulation

An undiagnosed issue with a voting machine thumb drive has forced Marshall County Probate Judge Tim Mitchell to recalculate the results of the Aug. 15 special primary election. Susan McKenney, chairman of the Marshall County Democratic Executive Committee, said she noticed a discrepancy in the total

SAND MOUNTAIN REPORTER - 2017-11-24 11:00:00

Police investigating early morning robbery

An armed man robbed a convenience store on South 11th Street at about 2 a.m. Wednesday, according to Gadsden Police Sgt. John Hallman. Hallman said a man came into the store armed with a handgun and demanded money. The store employee gave him the money and as he was leaving, he fired a shot into the


Thanksgiving meals for Valley shut-ins returns

SAYRE -- After being forced to cancel last year due to a fire in the Sayre Elks Lodge kitchen, the police associations of Waverly and Athens Township brought back a long-standing Thanksgiving tradition to the Valley. Approximately 310 traditional Turkey Day meals -- complete with stuffing and pies -

MORNING TIMES - 2017-11-24 09:30:00

Colleges, high schools use "Hamilton" to enhance teaching

CHICAGO (AP) - Tickets for the blockbuster musical "Hamilton" may be hard to come by in several cities, but not for freshman at Northwestern University. The school in Evanston, Illinois, has given more 2,000 incoming students tickets to Chicago performances of "Hamilton: An American Musical." It is

MORNING TIMES - 2017-11-24 17:44:16

The Amish Cook: Hot-from-the-oven breadsticks

As I write this, I am holding our dear foster son, Jesse, who is just over a month old. Only this time, I am not in the comfort of our rocker in our living room. Instead, I'm in the hospital with this handsome little boy who, unfortunately, has respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). When I took him to t

MORNING TIMES - 2017-11-24 09:30:00

TCNN meeting to focus on positive youth development

OWEGO - The Tioga County Non-Profit Network will meet on Wednesday, Nov. 29 from noon-1:30 p.m. at the Parkview, Front Street, Owego. All nonprofit leaders who serve Tioga County, N.Y., are welcome to attend. TCNN helps nonprofit leaders get to know each other and build a strong network that will he

MORNING TIMES - 2017-11-24 09:30:00

Area churches will present Christmas cantata

The Christmas season will soon be underway and with it comes an invitation to be our special guest for "Oh Little Town of Bethlehem," a choral presentation arranged by Russell Mauldin, and performed under the direction of Rob Wuethrich, taking place Dec. 1 and 2. The first of two performances will b

MORNING TIMES - 2017-11-24 09:30:00

Bradford County: Sentencing scheduled for driver in double-fatal accident

TOWANDA -- A sentencing date for an Aliquippa, Pa., man who was involved in an accident that killed two individuals in Orwell in May has been scheduled. Tyler James Freeman, 20, will be sentenced in Bradford County Court of Common Pleas on Jan. 15, according to Bradford County District Attorney Dan

MORNING TIMES - 2017-11-24 09:30:00

Looking Back: A letter to Scotland from Smithfield from 1848

Once again while searching through scrapbooks in the collection at the Bradford County Historical Society in Towanda, I found an article that I think will interest you that ran in a local paper in 1922. Mr. Robert Templeton, of Laurel Hill, who owns one of the best herds of Ayrshire cattle to be fou

MORNING TIMES - 2017-11-24 09:30:00

Two area students receive scholarships to Alfred State

ALFRED, N.Y. - Two Bradford County residents have each been awarded an "Out of State Scholarship" to attend Alfred State. Hannah Shadduck of Warren Center was awarded an $8,000 "Out of State Scholarship." Shadduck is slated to graduate in 2018 from Northeast Bradford Jr-Sr High School and intends to

MORNING TIMES - 2017-11-24 09:30:00

Just Sayin': Taking stock of our many holidays

A Times Square-style ball drop is held at noon Dec. 31, 2016, at the Long Island Children's Museum in Garden City. Photo Credit: Barry Sloan New Year's Day is associated with binge indulgence and noise. People who have no lover can feel estranged on Valentine's Day. Memorial Day is dignified sorro

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-24 21:05:00

Glittery charms at the Cradle of Aviation Museum

Now that we've polished off the turkey, the festive season is clearly in focus. To kick things off, the Festival of Trees returns to Museum Row in Garden City with the latest edition of its popular spectacle this weekend. Artisans, local entertainers, volunteers and visitors will gather at Cradle


Bethpage mom, 2 sons face charges after alleged officer attack, burglary

A Bethpage mom and her two sons are facing charges after what police say began as a home burglary and ended with a fight with police officers. The incident began on Wednesday night at a home on Lowell Street in Bethpage. Police say John Colwell, 19, banged on the front door and got into a verbal arg

NEWS 12 - 2017-11-24 22:30:00

Flying to the airport: The right and wrong way to connect people to LaGuardia

During this, the busiest travel time of the year, the MTA is encouraging the use of the Q70 bus, smartly rebranded the LaGuardia Link by Gov. Cuomo. It makes swift and easy eight-minute trips between the air terminals and the big subway station at Roosevelt Ave./74th St. The incentive: no bus fare

NY DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-24 09:00:07