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June 26, 2014
The Legend of Bubba
The Legend of Bubba

Though it is now well known around Elba that the dearly beloved rooster that lived beneath the porch of the old white house at 402 West Collier street has passed, it is only right that respects be officially paid his its memory.

By Jelani Moore
June 27, 2014
Residents Enjoy Local Art at Linden’s Second Annual Art Walk
Residents Enjoy Local Art at Linden’s Second Annual Art Walk

Local residents turned out to enjoy Linden’s Second Annual Art Walk on Friday, June 20. I enjoyed hosting the art walk that was the result of several months of coordination with my community partners, Kathryn Friday of the Alabama Cooperative Extension System and Brenda Tuck of the Marengo County Economic Development Authority.

By Cristiana Shipma
June 26, 2014
Collinsville Shows Diversity
Collinsville Shows Diversity

With a population reaching 2,000 people, Collinsville has the highest racial and ethnic diversity in DeKalb County. Of the population, 45 percent is non-Hispanic white, 9 percent African American and 43 percent Hispanic or Latino, with 3 percent from two or more races.

By Shaye McCauley
June 17, 2014
Summer Activities Keep Linden Youth Busy
Summer Activities Keep Linden Youth Busy

As hot weather hits, the city of Linden is doing its part to make sure local kids stay active and cool this summer. The Linden Public Library summer reading program, “Fizz, Boom, READ!” started June 5. Over 103 people piled into the library’s conference room where local magician Allen Ham wowed both kids and parents alike with his mind-blowing tricks and illusions.

By Cristiana Shipma
June 16, 2014
Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama Help Students Discover Science Through Art
Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama Help Students Discover Science Through Art

“Listen to the noise it makes!” Zack Wilkins demanded as he squeezed his Gak, prompting giggles from the eight other kids at the table. The room burst with chatter as the kids twisted the putty they had made. Christine Megill, Community Development Manager for the Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama, walked around with capsules of food coloring, releasing a few drop in each student’s bag.

By Shaye McCauley


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