By: Carole Maynard
FLORENCE, Ala. – Senior composition student and Florence native Jeremy Smith knew that in his last year at UNA he wanted to do something big. That “something big” was writing a ballet. Continue reading University of North Alabama Student to Present Original Ballet
FLORENCE-An upcoming case set for trial in Lauderdale County for a Tuscumbia man accused of rape and sodomy should prove to be interesting. Some concerned citizens have expressed outrage that Brian Tyrell Boddie, of High Street, Tuscumbia, was ever arrested on rape and sodomy charges. Continue reading Defense has text messages demanding money from accused
BIRMINGHAM – A Pelham man pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court to charges related to the distribution of anabolic steroids, announced state and federal officials. Continue reading Pelham Man Pleads Guilty to Distributing Anabolic Steroids
US Congressman Mo Brooks
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) announced today that he will vote against H.R. 1628, the American Health Care Act.
Congressman Brooks stated, “As much as I would like to vote with many of my Republican colleagues in Congress and in the White House (most of whom privately tell me they dislike the bad policy in this bill), I will vote against the American Health Care Act because it has more bad policy than any bill I have ever faced. I simply cannot, and will not, vote for bad legislation that hurts so many Americans solely because Washington friends and colleagues ask me to. While this bill has many major flaws, I emphasize just two: Continue reading BROOKS TO VOTE AGAINST FLAWED AMERICAN HEALTH CARE ACT
BIRMINGHAM – A federal judge recently sentenced a Muscle Shoals man to nearly eight years in prison as a three-time convicted felon in possession of a gun, announced federal officials. Continue reading Muscle Shoals Man Sentenced to Nearly Eight Years in Prison as Three-Time Convicted Felon Possessing a Gun
Elysia Tucker, LPC, ADC
is the Executive Director of
Southern Wellness Services, Inc.
First things first. Addiction can happen to anyone, regardless of income, status, education, or age. The 2015 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) indicated that 21.7 million people aged 12 or older needed help with an addiction in 2014. It is likely that at some point in your life, you will be acquainted with someone who is struggling with addiction. Here are some ways you can help: Continue reading Counselor’s Corner: How Do I Help My Loved One with an Addiction?
MONTGOMERY – The Alabama Senate has confirmed Ms. Beverlye Brady of Auburn to the Alabama Ethics Commission. Ms. Brady is replacing Mr. Jerry Wood on the Commission. Continue reading Lt. Governor Kay Ivey Appoints Beverlye Brady to Ethics Commission
FLORENCE, Ala. –The University of North Alabama will host a public birthday party for its lion mascots, Leo and Una, Wednesday, April 12 at 10 a.m. Continue reading University of North Alabama to Hold Birthday Celebration For Mascots
Stacy L. Rester
Florence police are asking the public for help in locating a missing person; Stacy L. Rester, 52, of Florence was last seen on 3-5-17 in the area of E. Limestone Street. Continue reading Authorities search for missing man
Ask the Attorney Columnist James Irby
In keeping with James Irby P.C.’s commitment to service and justice, this week’s article is about another consumer protection available to people in Alabama, the Alabama Lemon Law. Alabama has enacted a series of laws which can help you when your new vehicle purchase just isn’t right.
The Alabama Lemon Law protects new car buyer for 24 months or 24,000 miles, whichever comes first. If you are having recurring problems with your new vehicle we can help. Continue reading Shoals Insider Ask The Attorney: Alabama’s Lemon Law