Tim Nail | Community Writer
The Lee County Humane Society has started a temporary form of adoption called the Weekend Warriors program.
By taking on 40 degree waters in Samford Pool behind Auburn Junior High School, the tenacious swimmers supported Lee County Special Olympics.
The 2018 village stands out from previous versions of the confectionery village because it was named one of the Southeast Tourism Society’s Top 20 Events in the region for the month of December.
The event now finds itself under the direction of the Auburn Downtown Merchants Association.
A husband and wife duo, Brenton and Rachel Rohler perform the woodcutting and painting of each product they create respectively from their house in Florence, Alabama.
Democratic nominee Jeremy A. Gray and Republican nominee Michael J. Holden II of House District 83 are intent on improving community engagement for the citizens of Lee County and Russell County.
Contestants Saylor Alexander and Genesis Hughes were crowned the new Mr. and Miss, respectively, after four judges delivered their verdict.
One of the evaluations included 30 commendations and determined the school system to be “above and beyond” other districts around the country.
The target opening date is set for Oct. 22
The Sensigreen CDH Foundation organized the University Bowling Social to raise awareness among young women of congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH), an often unheard of birth defect which is fatal for some newborns.