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Jefferson Davis High School Marching Band Needs Your Help Getting to New York for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Late last year the Marching Volunteers got the invite to New York to perform in the parade. The staff has been planning and holding fundraisers to make sure the students can get there and back comfortably. They still need to raise more money. With a little over a month to go before the parade the vols want to raise about…

Historic Inauguration Parade

Hundreds of people lined both sides of Dexter Avenue to witness the inauguration parade. Kay Ivey became the first elected female republican governor in the states history. It was a cold morning but that didn’t dampen the spirits of those in attendance. There were people from all four corners of Alabama to witness the historic moment. Bands from Auburn University,…

SLE Rodeo Kick-Off Parade Jump Starts Rodeo Weekend

The rodeo is back in town! Opening day for the 61st Annual SLE Rodeo, also meant the return of the kick-off parade. Cowgirls and Cowboys lined the streets of downtown Montgomery to jump-start a weekend of family fun at Garrett Coliseum. The rodeo caravan even made a special stop at the steps of the Capitol to give Governor Kay Ivey…

60th Annual SLE Rodeo Kick-Off Parade

On opening day at the 60th annual SLE Rodeo the cowboys and cowgirls kicked things off with a bang. Thursday afternoon they paraded through the streets of downtown Montgomery. The kick-off parade was a little shorter than usual because they did not have the wagon train, but that did not seem to discourage true rodeo lovers from lining the streets to…

Southeastern Livestock Exhibition Rodeo holds first Rodeo Day Parade

Horses, ponies and people marched in front of the Capitol Building in downtown Montgomery on Thursday afternoon to celebrate the 59th Annual Southeastern Livestock Exhibition’s first Rodeo Day Parade. Rodeo organizers hope to make the parade an annual event. “To be able to start something new and allow the youth of today to be involved in it and start their traditions, it’s…