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Grace under pressure: Southside grad illustrates how faith influences her life
21 January 2022
Keiser University goalkeeper and Southside High graduate Grace McClellan celebrates Keiser’s NAIA National soccer championship victory in 2020. Photo courtesy...
Etowah County Master Gardeners cultivate change in community, welcome volunteers
14 January 2022
Etowah County Master Gardeners volunteers landscape a Habitat For Humanity House. Photo courtesy of Regina Ford. By Katie Bohannon, News Editor While the...
Family Success Center celebrates 20 years of transforming lives
14 January 2022
From left to right: Former FSC director Marie Johnson, current director Emma Clapp and former director Tammy Jackson celebrate 20 years of the Family Success...
Christi Robinson named Gadsden and Etowah Chamber President, CEO-Elect
06 January 2022
Photo courtesy of The Chamber The Chamber of Gadsden & Etowah County, Inc., recently announced the selection of Christi Robinson as its President and...
Gadsden author Cherie Stewart reflects on life experiences, shares faith in latest book Go Tell
23 December 2021
Photo courtesy of Cherie Stewart. By Katie Bohannon, News Editor Gadsden native Cherie Stewart is no stranger to miraculous moments. In fact, spectacular...
Amazing Grace Caregivers ministers hope and comfort to local families
23 December 2021
Gadsden City Schools Superintendent Tony Reddick (left) attends the ribbon cutting for LaTonya Rutledge’s (right) business, Amazing Grace Caregivers, LLC....
Local veterans, VFW serve Etowah County families during Christmas
23 December 2021
Members of Gadsden VFW Post 2760 celebrate their annual Christmas dinner while providing for families during the holiday season. Katie Bohannon/Messenger. By...
Welch and GAA work with Ford and Isbell to stop rendering plant
17 December 2021
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New park opens in Stowers Hill area
13 December 2021
City of Attalla Mayor Larry Means (pictured third from right) and Attalla City Council members gather for a photo at the new Stowers Hill Park. Katie Bohannon/Messenger. By...
Cooking up change: How the Beautiful Rainbow Café transforms lives
06 December 2021
Beautiful Rainbow students smile for a photo before welcoming customers to the restaurant. Katie Bohannon/Messenger. By Katie Bohannon, News Editor The...

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Grace under pressure: Southside grad illustrates how faith influences her life
Etowah County Master Gardeners cultivate change in community, welcome volunteers
Family Success Center celebrates 20 years of transforming lives
Christi Robinson named Gadsden and Etowah Chamber President, CEO-Elect
Gadsden author Cherie Stewart reflects on life experiences, shares faith in latest book Go Tell

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