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Covington County Judson alumni react to college closing

Judson College, the fifth-oldest women’s college in the United States, is closing after 183 years and local alumni say that they were blindsided by the ... Read more

2 days ago by christophersmith.

Edmondson: The epitome of a great mother

The two girls of Elan Formals owner Cathy Edmondson want her to be remembered as the selfless, humble and loving mother that she was. On ... Read more

2 days ago by christophersmith.

Andalusia Ballet’s AIM High Outreach Program has successful year

Andalusia Ballet’s AIM High outreach program concluded the year with a classroom presentation for the students’ families, Wednesday, April 28. This year’s AIM High program ... Read more

2 days ago by Staff Reports.

Andalusia expert offers families tips for skill-building at home this Better Hearing and Speech Month

After a challenging year of virtual, hybrid, and modified in-person learning, (Andalusia-based) speech-language pathologist, Ann Weed, is offering advice and encouragement to families on low-stress ... Read more

2 days ago by Staff Reports.

AHS alumnus to intern with Walmart

Andalusia High School alumnus Will Black is getting the opportunity of a lifetime by interning with the Fortune 1 Company in the top Fortune 500, ... Read more

3 days ago by christophersmith.

ALABAMA HOUSE APPROVES MEDICAL MARIJUANA BILL: Rep. Jones proposes amendment to remove depression from list of conditions

The Alabama House has passed a bill to legalize and regulate medical marijuana. The House passed the bill by a vote of 68-34 after about two ... Read more

3 days ago by Staff Reports.

Alabama House takes no vote on medical marijuana after 9-hour debate: Andalusia native that started California cannabis business supports bill legalizing medical marijuana

Several Republican lawmakers opened the debate on legalizing medical marijuana, Tuesday, by expressing staunch opposition to medical marijuana, saying it would move the state in ... Read more

4 days ago by christophersmith.

Perfect storm of supply, demand causes lumber prices to skyrocket

For those that have tried to build a back deck or build a home, it is known that the price of lumber has skyrocketed in ... Read more

5 days ago by christophersmith.

Alabama Chief Justice shares historic book set with Rotarians

The Andalusia Rotary Club hosted Alabama Chief Justice Tom Parker who shared with the members the story of a set of law books of great ... Read more

5 days ago by Robert Blankenship.

City to move forward with demolition on College Street

The City of Andalusia will move forward with the demolition of a structure on College Street after it was deemed unsafe by officials. The structure, ... Read more

5 days ago by Robert Blankenship.

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