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3rd Annual Religious Arts Festival

Join First United Methodist Church for the 3rd Annual Religious Arts Festival! Thursday February 6 from 10-12 pm Tour of St. Peter‘s Catholic Church and St. John‘s Episcopal Church then have lunch at the Young House. Friday February 7 at…

LEARN TO SQUARE DANCE WITH THE BEAUX AND BELLES

LEARN TO SQUARE DANCE WITH THE BEAUX AND BELLES You don‘t need to know anything about dancing to come! FREE Open House to learn about square dancing Tuesday, January 14, 7:30-9:00 p.m. Tuesday, January 21, 7:30-9:00 p.m. Tuesday, January 28,…

Two Common Bills That Never Get Passed

The legislative session starts tomorrow and two hot topics are expected to make their way to the State House...again -- A bill to start a lottery and one to drop the state sales tax on groceries.

Alabama's Courts Could Face Cuts, Layoffs

With lawmakers returning to the state house tomorrow, it's time to talk budgets. And Chief Justice Roy Moore, who's the head of Alabama's court system, says he needs more to work with.

TedxRiverRegion

In the spirit of TED and "Ideas Worth Spreading" TEDxRiverRegion has brought together a diverse group of speakers who have done amazing things in the world of "alternative talent development" and are working to make the River Region a better…

Pike Piddlers Storytelling Festival

Pike Piddlers Storytelling Festival will be held Friday January 24 and Saturday, January 25. Festival begins on Friday night, January 24, with supper and stories at the We Piddle Around Theater in Brundidge and continues with three storytelling concerts on…

ASU Students Hope For Change

Alabama State University students say they are frustrated with dorm problems and financial issues, and many feel they aren't getting what they've paid for, but new administration is giving them hope.

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