Cleveland High swept Gaston in the second round of the Class 2A state baseball playoffs on Friday (Apr. 24) at GHS.
The Panthers took the first game by a score of 7-6, followed by a 6-4 victory in Game 2.
In the opener, the Bulldogs took a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the second inning courtesy of respectiveRead more »
By Mike Goodson/Sports Correspondent
Class 6A, No. 8 Southside advanced to the high school state baseball playoff quarterfinals with wins of 10-0 and 7-1 over Fort Payne on Friday (Apr. 24) at SHS. Southside head coach Blake Bone was happy with his team’s effort, especially the starting pitching.
“We held the Ft. Payne hits to a minimum and defendedRead more »
By Stan Veitch/Sports Correspondent
As the top of the seventh inning was about to start in the nightcap of Etowah High’s 1-0 loss to Russellville on Friday (Apr. 24), several Blue Devils fans yelled, “It’s not over.”
Their wish got as far as third base, but it soon was over to the tune of 1-0 in favorRead more »
By Sarrah Peters/News Editor
Belinda Childress, Etowah County’s new chief license inspector, wants to remind citizens of a law that requires mobile homes to have decals that show they are licensed, similar to car or boat tags.
The law is not new, but when Childress and Deputy License Inspector Glenda Boatwright began enforcing the law, they realized that manyRead more »
Institute for Organization Management, the professional development program of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, recently announced that Heather Brothers New, President of The Chamber, Gadsden/Etowah County, has been awarded a Regent Scholarship.
Given to professionals across the country, the Regent Scholarships recognize each recipient for their involvement in industry professional organizations, community service, and professional background.
“Regent scholarshipsRead more »