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A divided Lawrence County Commission rejected the cost cutting proposals presented by Probate Judge Mike Praytor and Revenue Commissioner Tommy Praytor and passed a resolution ordering the two men to cut 20 percent of their office's salary budget while keeping their offices open five days a week.
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Commission requires salary cuts, layoffs 5/22/2015
A divided Lawrence County Commission rejected the cost cutting proposals presented by Probate Judge Mike Praytor and Revenue Commissioner Tommy Praytor and passed a resolution ordering the two men to
LCC hears cost-saving proposals 5/21/2015
The probate judge and revenue commissioner offices will be open only four days a week if proposals for budget cuts are approved by the Lawrence County Commission at its meeting on Friday.
More charges pending after drug arrests 5/21/2015
A citizen complaint of possible narcotics activity at a residence in the East Lawrence community has resulted in two people being arrested on drug charges and a quantity of meth, several counterfeit …
Moulton looks to save on energy costs 5/21/2015
The City of Moulton is banking on a combination of grants and debt forgiveness to save on energy costs for the next 20 years.
One of Major League Baseball's most hallowed records is Cal Ripkin Jr.'s consecutive games played record.
BOE to vote on cutting $957K 5/21/2015
The Lawrence County Board of Education will cut $957,850 out of its 2016 budget if all the budget cuts the board examined at its work session on Wednesday, May 13, are approved at its next meeting.
Couple arrested on meth charges 5/21/2015
A joint investigation by agents with the Lawrence County Drug Task Force and Lawrence County Community Corrections has resulted in two people being arrested on manufacturing charges and two one pot …
Courtland must adopt zoning ordinance 5/21/2015
Adopting a mobile home ordinance is going to be a little more complicated than anticipated for the Courtland Town Council.
Owens run set for Saturday at LCHS 5/14/2015
There was an error in today's edition of The Moulton Advertiser regarding the 34th annual Jesse Owens Memorial Run on Saturday, May 16.
Students in Sheila Holley's Alabama Outdoor class at Moulton Middle School not only got some real world experience with a project they are working on, but are also making the school better and safer …