Roby: New post good for district

Roby: New post good for district

There is a long tradition of the U.S. Rep. from the 2nd District of Alabama serving on the both the House Armed Services Committee and ... Read more

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Healthy Kids T-shirts still available

Downtown was a buzz Saturday at the 2nd annual Healthy Kids Celebration.  More than 150 runners and walkers participated in the 5K, 10K and fun ... Read more

  1. Newton, Sells speak at GOP rally
  2. Wright accepted to ASMS
  3. County’s jobless rate drops

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LBW’s Hart, Taylor named Presidential Transfer Scholars

LBW Community College named two transfer students as Community College Presidential Scholars, a distinction earned by high academic achievement and a competitive selection process. The ... Read more

LBW forestry program makes the cut

LBW Community College will continue the two-year forest technology program, the only one of its kind in the state and a fixture at LBW since ... Read more

Register honored by Covenant Hospice

Register honored by Covenant Hospice

Covenant Hospice held its annual volunteer appreciation luncheon April 10 at David’s Catfish House in Brewton. At the luncheon, Greenville’s Anita Register was presented the ... Read more

Karr to address Achievers

The 17th annual Achiever Award banquet will be held May 1 at Greenville’s First Baptist Church. The event recognizes top student-athletes from area schools who ... Read more

City recognizes Volunteer Appreciation Month

City recognizes Volunteer Appreciation Month

Greenville Mayor Dexter McLendon recently signed a proclamation proclaiming April as Volunteer Appreciation Month in the City of Greenville. Read more

  1. Study shows Cambrian Ridge’s economic impact
  2. Hayneville chief reinstated, plans to arrest Boyd
  3. Spring cleanup starts Saturday
  4. ‘Fantastic turnout’ for Calico Fort
  5. City building infested with bats
  6. Firm files lawsuit against GM
  7. Manufacturer coming to Greenville
  8. County awarded $125K
  9. Questions laid to rest
  10. Curry is LBWCC ‘outstanding alumna’
  11. Student-athletes vying for Achiever Award
  12. GMS upgrades computer labs
  13. Church holding ‘Glow in the Dark’ Easter egg hunt
  14. Going to College? It’s elementary!
  15. Students take part in mock interviews
  16. Can’t file or pay taxes by April 15? You have options
  17. Tickets on sale for Achiever Award
  18. Moonshine stills found, men arrested
  19. Healthy Kids 5K/10K set for Saturday
  20. GOP candidates to visit county
  21. Car strikes wild boar, kills passengers
  22. Good deals on good reads
  23. County cracking down on litterbugs
  24. Bryant promoted to sports editor


Plott named new Greenville High head coach

Plott named new Greenville High head coach

Greenville High School has found its new head football coach and athletic director. Principal Joseph Dean and his committee of six recommended Coach Patrick Plott ... Read more

  1. The search narrows for Greenville High School’s new head coach
  2. Macon-East slips past Lady Eagles
  3. Fort Dale Boys fall to Macon-East in semifinals


Lee, Pritchard to wed March 29

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Forrest Lee of Greenville, Ala., are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Mallory Watts Lee, to ... Read more

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Fifteen minutes could save our county

If you could spend just 15 minutes to help ensure a brighter future for our community, would you take the time? Read more

Columns & Opinions

Rep. Holmes, nice to meet you

Rep. Alvin Holmes doesn’t believe “a whole bunch of whites” would adopt African-American children. I could ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

County loses standout educators

Butler County lost two exceptional educators this year, Mr. Shelby Searcy and Ms. Lillie Pearl Herbert. Read more

Community Columnists

Only in America …

Only in America can a pizza get to your house faster than an ambulance. Read more