It isn’t a question of whether the glass is half empty or half full. The important thing is that the glass does have water in it and everyone can get a drink of that water.
With spring just a few days away, the warmer weather and the aroma of pancakes, eggs, sausage and fresh coffee combined to give the Centre Lions Club another successful 2014 Pancake Day recently.
The Centre City Council has agreed to host a parade to salute all military veterans on Armed Forces Day Saturday, May 17.
Cherokee County could be on track for an Alabama Bass Trail Tournament in 2015 if all the necessary preparations are made.
The Centre City Council has agreed to sponsor a 5-K, 10-K run in mid April which will pay tribute to the late Centre Police Chief Val Courtney.
“You know where you are from and who we have raised you to be. You’ve got a big brain and a mouth to match so get out there and do something with it!”
After several hours of hard work and devotion, the Cherokee County Commission has approved requesting the local legislative delegation to submit a local bill on behalf of the Commission upon the expiration of the special 1 percent educational tax to enact a 1 percent sales tax to be shared between the Commission for public safety and the Board of Education.
The crusade by anti-union forces in Tennessee, including the state’s governor, is now as much a fight with Volkswagen management as with the United Auto Workers union.
The Cherokee County Commission had a special called board meeting on Thursday, February 6, 2014 at 9 a.m. to discuss the special 1 percent educational sales tax.
A Spring Creek property owner is seeking the assistance of the Cherokee County Commission for what he claims is an unfair citation for violation of the county’s sewer ordinance.
The recently formed committee on annexing the Cherokee Country Club into the Centre City limits wasted no time getting to work.
The Centre City Council has once again visited the issue of annexing Cherokee Country Club residents into the city limits.
The Cherokee County Board of Education has named Jeff Walls as assistant principal at Cedar Bluff School.
Chairman of the Alabama Republican Party Bill Armistead announced recently that the Party’s Steering Committee has set qualifying dates for all statewide candidates in the 2014 election cycle. Qualifying will begin Monday, January 13 at 9 a.m. at ALGOP Headquarters, located at 3505 Lorna Road in Birmingham.
The Cherokee County Board of Education has named Kevin Porter as the new principal for Cedar Bluff School.
The Cherokee County Commission, during its Monday, Nov. 25 meeting, adopted resolutions for three local ATRIP Road projects.
Plans for a $32 million Surya Rug operation in Bartow County passed a Development of Regional Impact study by the Northwest Georgia Regional Commission.
The Centre Lions Club celebrated its 75th anniversary year with a banquet that drew an audience of more than 85, including current and former Lions members; district, state, and International Lions leaders; area elected officials; and many interested members of the community.
Buckle, a publicly traded retailer of fashion apparel and accessories, has signed a lease to join the lineup at Mount Berry Square mall.
For those who are fed up with big government and legislators who do not seem to want to follow the rules of the Constitution, Alabama’s attorney general urges them to ‘hang in there,’ because some are pushing back to return to those traditional conservative values.
The Centre Lions Club’s 75th Anniversary is Tuesday, Nov. 19. All current and former members invited. Several national