2015 SEC head coach rankings
14. Derek Mason, Vanderbilt. (Record: 3-9). When Mason was hired at Vanderbilt before the 2014 season, no one expected him to immediately have the same success as his predecessor James Franklin, who had taken Vanderbilt to almost unprecedented heights in the context of modern college football. The Commodores enjoyed back-to-back nine win seasons forRead more »
By Chris McCarthy/Editor
Jim Glover Field in Attalla will no longer get the spring season off.
Etowah High School will introduce both boys and girls varsity soccer teams for the 2015-16 school year.
According to EHS athletic director and head football coach Drew Noles, 44 male and female students from seventh though 12th grade came out for the school’sRead more »
Glencoe's Jack Sims won the Etowah County Junior Golf Tournament boys 16-18 year-old ‘A’ Division championship on July 15.
The three-day tournament was held at the Gadsden Country Club, Twin Bridges in Gadsden and Silver Lakes in Glencoe.
Sims finished with an overall score of 220, edging out Tee Brown, who shot 221. Matthew Williams came in third atRead more »
By Sarrah Peters
Alabama Power held an iCan Girls in Engineering Conference at Glencoe Middle School on Thursday, July 23.
This is the conference’s second year in Etowah County. About 90 girls from Etowah County middle schools were chosen by school administrators based on math and science aptitude. About 30 students attended the event, representing almost every schoolRead more »
By Sarrah Peters
The Reader’s Exchange, located next to the Coffee Well at 124 Court Street in Gadsden, is a new used book store. The store opened in December of last year.
The Reader’s Exchange has a charming feel, with quotes from books or about books painted on the walls and wooden bookshelves, of course, completely filled with books.
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