Fielder Hagan | Community Writer
The City of Auburn Parks and Recreation Department will hold its eighth annual Polar Plunge to benefit the Lee County Special Olympics on Saturday, Feb. 1.
The new skate park that was completed late November 2019. Auburn Mayor Ron Anders was in attendance and spoke about the importance of building the park.
After many hours of work with building science and construction teacher Jessica Bowlin, the project was unveiled at the end of October. The 220-square-foot home comes with appliances like a washer, dryer and stovetop, along with a working bathroom and space for a bed.
Not much is known about the girl other than her estimated age and race, but detectives at the Opelika Police Department have worked each day since her discovery to shed light on the situation.
The goal of the Little Free Library is to inspire a love of reading, build community and spark creativity by fostering neighborhood book exchanges, according to the Little Free Library website.
Harmony in 3D is a local business on East University Drive that offers musical therapy sessions meant to find unison in mind, body and spirit.
The National Integrated Drought Information System has assessed Lee County as being in the midst of an abnormally dry season.
At noon on Friday at the Federal Building in Opelika, Alabama, a crowd protested to demand immediate action be taken on the issue of climate change.
For some, the summer heat brings the opportunity to go outside and enjoy the weather. For agriculturalists, the intense heat paired with spotty rain patterns has caused significant problems with certain crops, which have been harmful to Alabama’s agronomy.