Elizabeth Hurley | Community Editor
Monday afternoon the police department received a complaint from a parent of a student at the school.
U.S. Senate candidate Tommy Tuberville took to Facebook Monday morning to denounce local LGBTQ organization Pride on The Plains' participation in Saturday’s Christmas Parade in Opelika.
After an hour and a half of discussion among City staff and commission members, the group concluded they needed more time to discuss short-term rentals.
At Tuesday night’s City Council meeting, the Council approved a contract with the AHSAA, the Auburn-Opelika Tourism Bureau and the City of Opelika to help host this event. The City of Auburn will put $75,000 toward funding for this event each year it is held in Auburn, according to documents in the Council’s e-packet.
"He is sincerely one of the best people I've ever known in my life," said Mayor Ron Anders, student-athlete coached by Furlow. "He's a great coach, but he's an even better guy. He was always genuinely interested in me, my family, my kids. He'll be missed in our community."
“To me, Veterans Day is a recognition of the service of all of those who served both in combat and otherwise,” Griswold said. “It takes a complete team to get the tip of the spear where it needs to be.”
Expressions of a Braveheart, or Bravehearts, is a fine arts program for young adults with disabilities. Auburn University students and faculty help put on the program. This is the third year the organization has put together the exhibit.
Following his arrest, Lee County District Judge Russell Bush issued a gag order with the case. He instructed all those involved in the case not to speak about it to members of the media, said Auburn Police Capt. Lorenza Dorsey.
Texas Equusearch is asking volunteers and community members that know the search area locations in the search for Anaih Blanchard to not publish those on social media.
Officials said they are looking for 19-year-old Aniah Haley Blanchard from Auburn.