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Whether you've been farming large acreage for decades or you've never grown your own tomatoes, a program this weekend by the Alabama Cooperative Extension System will offer information tailored to your level of expertise.
Bob Crisp/The Daily Home Former Alabama Gov. Bob Riley was the guest speaker at the American Values Dinner for the Cheaha District of the Boy Scouts of America Saturday.
The body of a man found last week was positively identified Monday. "We received word that the dental records matched those of Tywone Caldwell," St. Clair County Deputy Coroner Mike Pepple said.
Laura Nation-Atchison/The Daily Home Exhibit curator Tommy Moorehead, event promoter Daron Harris and Ritx Theatre Executive Director George Culver combined their efforts to present "Muscle Shoals: The Incredible Story of a Small Town with a Big Sound" March 14 at Talladega's Ritz Theatre.
Shirley James, Angela Mickens, Niesha Smith and Sonia Smith visit twin sisters Alisha Welch and Anisha Twymon following their surgery at UAB Hospital Feb. 21. Welch, the younger sister, donated a kidney to her older sister, who was suffering from a kidney disease that had claimed the lives of their mother Doris Welch and grandmother Lucille Welch ... (more)
The Alabama School for the Blind hosts its fourth annual "Redskin Run" 5K with registration opening at 7 a.m. at the school's gymnasium March 15. According to ASB Transition Coordinator Valerie Burrage, runners may register until 7:45 a.m. with the run officially starting at 8 a.m. The cost to participate is $30 per person.
The Talladega Optimist Club invites students to compete in the annual Optimist International Oratorical scholarship contest.
The Talladega City Council donated $1,000 to help cover the travel expenses for the Talladega High School Family Career and Community Leadership Association to the state leadership conference in Montgomery.
The Talladega City Council and the Talladega City Board of Education will hold a joint work session today starting at 3 p.m. in the council chamber at city hall.
Munford schools recently earned recognition as the winners of the 2014 Best Environmental Education Programs in Alabama Award for a variety of ongoing initiatives.
A 2003 Ford Explorer was totaled, but no one was injured Wednesday morning when the SUV collided with a Norfolk Southern railroad train at Stephen J. White Memorial Blvd. in Talladega.
Talladega Police are currently seeking information on 14-year-old Shirley Ross, who was last seen on Saturday March 1st, near Leahy Circle.