Kris Martins | Community Reporter
Law enforcement officials urge students to be more cautious on the road.
Aubie, holiday characters and a host of other participants strolled through downtown Auburn in the city's annual Christmas parade Thursday.
The area received 1.68 inches of rain Tuesday and was expected to receive up to an inch Wednesday.
The Opelika Wood Duck Heritage Preserve and Siddique Nature Park will host the free event Dec. 3 beginning at 8 a.m., giving attendees a guided trail walk to the holding pond and duck blind while identifying birds, including wood ducks, along the way.
The library hosts write-ins every Wednesday and Thursday.
It began as six boxes of food 16 years ago.
With six pedestrian accidents in October alone this year, city officials talk about safety measure while students share their concerns crossing the street and driving pedestrian-heavy areas.
Some thought it would be a swift election night.
Auburn utilities customers will have to limit water usage.
The goal is to complete the building by fall 2017, but people may be able to book the event space as soon as the next few weeks.