By Sarrah Peters/News Editor
Kate Falcon cannot remember a time she didn’t love to sing.
“I grew up singing in the back of my parents’ car on the way to preschool,” said Falcon.
She didn’t realize she wanted to make it a career until she was 11 and entered a contest to open for Travis Tritt.
“As soon as I got off stage, IRead more »
By Jacqueline Chandler/Messenger Correspondent
Noccalula Falls Park hosted the 4th Annual Halloween Super Bash on Oct. 11 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Numerous inflatables, games, ghost golf, train rides, and of course, plenty of trick or treating, were available throughout the park.
Food vendors on site included Jack’s, Tropical Sno, Frios Pops, Lookout Mountain Kettle Corn and Papa John’s, providing options forRead more »
Gadsden State Community College extends its sincerest condolences to family and friends of George McSpadden. He began his tenure at Gadsden State in 1966. He worked as a full-time music instructor from 1966 until his retirement in 1996. Since then he has remained as a part-time music instructor, advisor, and organist.
Interim President Martha G. Lavender remarked, “Our Gadsden State familyRead more »
The FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America) Club at Gadsden City High School recently sponsored a breast cancer awareness program for junior and senior girls.
The goal of the program was to raise awareness about this dreaded disease that will affect one out of every eight persons in the country.
The importance of monthly self -exams and early detection wereRead more »
Between 1912 and 1928 the Alabama Power Company built four hydroelectric dams on the Coosa and Tallapoosa Rivers. At the time, and for some time to come, these dams were the largest, most complex, and most expensive construction projects in the history of the state. But they were much more than that. The dams were a turning point. When theirRead more »