Orders being taken for 4-H plant sale

HAMILTON - Orders are now being taken for the annual Marion County 4-H Plant Sale event.
All orders are to be placed and paid for at the Marion County Extension office by visiting the office.
The deadline to place orders is Friday, Feb. 14, with delivery  scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday, March 4-5 to the Extension Office.

Sessions reaffirms Trump support, agenda

HAMILTON – Jeff Sessions, who is seeking to regain his old Senate seat in Alabama, says he is supporting the president and his agenda despite President Donald Trump criticizing and pushing Sessions out of his cabinet last year.
The 73-year-old politician from Mobile announced he was running for his old Senate seat on Nov. 7, 2019—the day before qualifying ended. He had served in the position for 20 years before accepting an appointment from President Donald Trump as the U.S. Attorney General in 2017.

Unprecedented exchange

WINFIELD - In what is believed to be a first in the state, public school teachers and support personnel will have an opportunity to ask questions directly to Alabama Superintendent of Education Dr. Eric Mackey.
The state superintendent has agreed to participate in a statewide teacher listening tour with four stops across Alabama scheduled for inclusion. One of the four forums will be conducted in Winfield, with the remaining three confirmed for Saraland and Elmore and St. Clair counties.

Christmas play a success for HES

HAMILTON - Hamilton Elementary School and Bevill State Community College-Hamilton presented the play Twas the Night Before Christmas at the BSCC Business and Conference center in Hamilton on Dec. 17-19, 2019.
The play, featuring several students from Hamilton Elementary School as well as a few Marion County natives, was directed by Hamilton Elementary School music teacher Jennifer Zetrouer.
Zetrouer, or as her students call her, Ms. Z, is in her second year of teaching music and directing productions for the students of Hamilton Elementary School.

Gann voices concern over lack of financial reports

GUIN - “Last month we didn’t get anything on our financial statement or anything like that. This month we haven’t gotten anything again, what are we going to do about it? Are we just going to forget about it?” Guin City Councilman Jerry Gann asked.
Gann voiced his displeasure with the financial statement not being readily available for review during the regular meeting on Monday, Jan. 6, at Guin City Hall.
Guin Mayor Max Maddox assured Gann that the financial report would be included on the agenda for the next Guin City Council meeting.