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Graduating from high school is a large milestone in any young person’s life, but for four members of the Clements High School class of 1951, that milestone was replaced by a tour of duty in the Korean War.
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Unlike some other campers, Zyan Moore likes practicing her math skills at Camp Safe Haven, held at the Carrie Matthews Recreation Center.
Rep. Williams remains hospitalized in Nashville 3 hours ago
ATHENS — State Rep. Dan Williams remains hospitalized at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville after being diagnosed with leukemia in early February.
Morgan County government offices were open Monday, although most counties in the state — including Lawrence and Limestone — were closed because of the state holiday recognizing Jefferson Davis.
Athens woman accused of stealing $4,350 12 hours ago
ATHENS — An Athens woman was arrested Saturday for passing six checks on closed bank accounts totaling $4,350, Athens police said.
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Warmer weather — a sign of the school year ending and children spending more time outdoors — typically leads to more bicycle thefts, police said.
Athens BOE meeting notes 5/29/2015
ATHENS — The Athens Board of Education approved the following on Thursday:
Police Reports 5/29/2015
Southbound lanes of I-65 now open 5/29/2015
Southbound lanes of I-65 at the Tennessee River Bridge north of the Priceville exit are now open, according to the Alabama Department of Transportation.
A Hillsboro man who was injured in an Interstate 565 wreck Tuesday remains in critical condition at Huntsville Hospital’s neurological intensive care unit, a hospital spokeswoman said.
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Dianne Moore drives a special needs bus while JoAnn Clinard works as the bus' aide. The sisters have been working together for 10 years and thought May 18 would be another regular day. That changed …
Limestone County sheriff's deputies say William Baird, 31, forced entry into a home on Doe Run after the occupant refused to let him in Thursday afternoon. Deputies say he then stole an envelope with …
The Department of Human Resources contacted the Athens Police Department after a baby born on April 6 tested positive for THC, which is a psychoactive compound of marijuana. The mother's 3-year-old …
Athens man accused of beating girlfriend, her 2-year-old daughter with wrench, screwdriver 5/20/2015
James Lynn Johnson, 28, is charged with two counts of first-degree kidnapping, one count of torture/willful abuse of a child, domestic violence by strangulation and two counts of second-degree …
Rachel Machele Lovett was among several wanted as part of Operation Harvest Festival, which was one of Athens' largest drug busts in terms of manpower and the number of warrants obtained. Lovett's …
Juthan Jeremiah Harris, 22, is charged with second-degree receiving stolen property, unlawful possession of a controlled substance, carrying a pistol without a permit and unlawful possession of a …
A man who said he was firing a warning shot and didn't mean to kill anyone was convicted today of capital murder in Limestone County Circuit Court, according to District Attorney Brian T. Jones.
Investigators say they received several complaints about someone at the home making and selling methamphetamine. The investigation lasted several weeks and resulted in a search warrant for the …
Arrests were quickly made in each case but more remained. Athens police announced on Tuesday that additional arrest now have all suspected parties charged.
Ardmore man charged with producing child porn; Sheriff's Office offers safety tips to parents 5/12/2015
Jody Wade Witt, 41, was charged this week with five counts of producing child pornography. He was already in the Madison County jail on charges of possession and dissemination of child porn that were …