By Chris McCarthy/Editor
Hundreds of people gathered on the grounds of Rainbow City Hall on Dec. 19 in support of the municipality’s decision to restore a Christmas nativity scene on display.
Earlier in the week, city officials took down the display in response to a letter from the Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation that said in part that theRead more »
Eleven players from Glencoe High and four from Westbrook were named to the 2014 Class 3A, All-Region Region 6 All-Region football team.
The Yellow Jackets garnered all of the top honors, including senior quarterback Dylan Stone as Overall MVP, senior running back Thomas Ozmint as Offensive Player of the Year; senior linebacker Mason Brown as Defensive Player of theRead more »
Southside High placed four players on the 2014 Etowah All-County Volleyball Team, including MVP and senior Cassie Davis.
Joining Thompson from the county tournament champion Lady Panthers were seniors Jada Thompson and Claire Graves and sophomore Savanna Yancy.
Representing county runnerup West End were seniors Brittany Self and Kaitlyn Waldrop and junior Hannah Carter.
From Hokes Bluff were senior HannahRead more »
Twelve student-athletes recently were selected to the 2014 Etowah All-County cheerleader team. Named to the team were Peyton Williams, Sally Colvin and Ciera Sanders from Southside; Brittany Hallex and Kara Garmany from West End; Hannah Clay and Chastity Dean from Hokes Bluff; Madison Diggs and Destiny Hallmark from Glencoe; Dayleigh Dorsett and MaKenlee Mims from Sardis; and Courtney AlfordRead more »
Class 3A state semifinalist Glencoe is well represented on the 2014 All-Etowah County football team with 12 players selected.
Glencoe senior quarterback Dylan Stone was named Most Valuable Player after finishing with a combined 3,000 offensive yards and 40 touchdowns. Stone rushed for 1,982 yards and 27 TDs and threw for another 1,134 yards and 10 scores to leadRead more »