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ARLEY — An effort by the Arley Women's Club to encourage recycling is catching on with Meek students of all ages.

Want to show off your green thumb for growing outstanding vegetables, flowers, turfgrass, or other plants? Then start by ensuring that the growing conditions are right for whatever type of plants … more

One local couple who would rather have a divorce for Valentine's Day than dinner for two will have their wish granted by WJLX 101.5 FM.


The Jasper Public Library is currently displaying a portion of the classic car collection of Johnnie Shumate. Shumate, the proud owner of a 1958 Ford Fairlane 500, collects model cars, gas pumps, vintage signs and vintage car memorabilia. The collection will be on display through the end of February. 

Sports were basically a non-issue as I was growing up. I never attended or participated in any type of sporting events until I entered high school. I played trombone in the marching band, beginning … more
The first time I remember visiting a sawmill was when I was 11 years old. My mom had told my dad that if he ever wanted eggs for breakfast, we would have to clean out the chicken pen. Apparently, she … more
The early American settlers to our area called them “blue robins” because of their rust-colored chest and blue back and tail. Today, you and I would call them Eastern bluebirds and they are among … more

Dancers from Athletic Arts Center were invited to perform and take workshops at the Alabama Dance Festival at the School of Fine Arts. The group performed a piece called "Becoming Me" performed to Bohemian Rhapsody and choreographed by Maria Ross-Campsey. Pictured front row L to R: Aubrey Colvert, Marie Bennett, Linlee Ferguson, back row L to R : Audrey Pounds, Madison Moore, Ginny Posey, Maria Ross-Campsey (choreographer), Morgan Atkins, Caroline Thompson and Ava Pilkington.


Add an outdoor store to your landscaping business and throw in baby items, home items, some women’s clothing and jewelry, and a plethora of unique gift items, and you get HARBINS.  


Alabama's first nature-based preschool will offer a two-day-a-week program as well as its standard full-time program beginning in the fall.

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