By Mike Goodson/Sports Correspondent
Westbrook Christian High School head baseball coach Matt Kennedy was a happy camper Saturday (Apr. 18) after his team had completed a two-game sweep over Walter Wellborn in the first round of the Class 3A state playoffs in Rainbow City.
The Warriors (14-15) took the first game, 4-3 and the second game, 16-3.
“We wereRead more »
By Chris McCarthy/Editor
Southside High somehow managed to squeeze a pair of baseball games in between the rain showers on Friday (Apr. 17), and wound up leaving Lee-Huntsville high and dry.
The No. 8 Panthers (22-9) racked up 24 hits en route to a 14-1, 13-1 doubleheader sweep of the Generals in the first round of the Class 6ARead more »
Etowah defeated Lawrence County, 9-2, 13-3, in the first round of the Class 2A state baseball playoffs on Saturday (Apr. 18) in Attalla.
The fifth ranked Blue Devils (26-9) host No. 6 Russellville in a second round series beginning Friday (Apr. 24).
Gaston High swept Southeastern, 6-0, 9-2, in the first round of the Class 2A state baseball playoffsRead more »
By Sarrah Peters
On Monday April 13, local lawmakers announced an increase in funding for local law enforcement during a press conference.
The Etowah County Sheriff’s Office will recieve $400,000 to pay for deputy raises. Right now, starting deputies making about $12 an hour. With this raise, the deputies will earn almost $15 an hour. The raise will makeRead more »
It isn’t often these days that you see Democrats and Republicans agreeing on major policies. But that’s exactly what began to happen last week.
It is no secret that our General Fund budget is in desperate shape. The proposed budget cuts that were released the other week would gut our government to the point that it could shut down,Read more »