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TONIGHT! ALEXANDER CITY CHRISTMAS PARADE!

Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree Chamber Christmas Parade Monday, December 3, 2018 at 6 PM – 8 PM CST Sponsored by the Alexander City Chamber of...

How an Alabama gun case could help or hurt Paul Manafort

By The Washington Post The Supreme Court this week takes up the case of a small-time Alabama felon, Terance Gamble, who complains that his convictions...

One dead, at least 40 injured after charter bus carrying Memphis youth football team crashes (ARKANSAS)

SALINE COUNTY, Ark. (WREG) -- A charter bus carrying a Memphis youth football team crashed Monday morning along I-30 in Saline County, Arkansas....

Federal offices closed Wednesday to honor late President George H.W. Bush

By Leada Gore | [email protected] [email protected] Federal agencies will close Wednesday in honor of the late President George H.W. Bush. Bush died Friday at age 94....

Former congressman joining Ivey administration

By WTVM.COM MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Former congressman Jo Bonner is joining Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey’s administration. Ivey announced Friday that Bonner will serve as her...

Woman shot dead by husband’s ex-wife as she decorated Christmas tree with his childrenZamira Rahim,The Independent•December 2, 2018

A woman who was shot to death in Utah while making Christmas decorations with her boyfriend's young children was allegedly killed by his ex-wife, according to local police officers. Lisa Vilate Williams had been in a relationship with Travis Cook, her alleged killer's ex-husband, for six months. She was making homemade festive ornaments with Mr [...]

George H.W. Bush’s Last Words Were to Son George W.: ‘I Love You, Too’

George H.W. Bush’s Last Words Were to Son George W.: ‘I Love You, Too’ People Maria Pasquini,People Sat, Dec 1 2:59 PM CST Reactions...

Check Out What Is On Sale This Week!

Givorn's offers us great sales each week.  Givorn's STILL carries your groceries to the car! That is a service you can't find just anywhere!  

An echo of history as Locomotive 4141 carries George H.W. Bush to his final resting place

Slideshow by photo services HOUSTON —When the curtain parted in College Station, Tex., revealing a two-toned blue locomotive standing nearly 16 feet tall and bearing the number 4141 in his honor, former president George H.W. Bush looked around excitedly, his face breaking into a smile. One word left his lips: Wow. Thirteen years later, that [...]
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