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The Town of Eclectic was awarded $72,819.90 in funding by Gov. Kay Ivey and the State of Alabama for payment assistance of costs incurred in responding to the COVID-19 outbreak.

The Elmore County Food Pantry’s annual Taste of Elmore County event has been canceled because of COVID-19, said board director Jonathan Yarboro, who is also pastor at First Presbyterian Wetumpka.

Gov. Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Public Health announced Friday that ADPH will provide COVID-19 vaccinations for people 75 years old or older, as well as first responders, including law enforcement and firefighters, statewide by appointment only beginning Jan. 18. Appointments at …

Gov. Kay Ivey on Dec. 28 announced that she has extended the successful Alabama Broadband Connectivity for Students program into 2021 thanks to a provision in the latest COVID-19 relief package passed by Congress last week and signed by President Donald Trump on last Sunday evening.

With face masks proving to be one of the most effective methods of preventing COVID-19 transmission, the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH), the Alabama Hospital Association (ALAHA) and the Medical Association of the State of Alabama are sponsoring a video contest for Alabamians of a…

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An Airport Road Intermediate School student is the winner of an essay contest that required students to write about any dreams they have regarding aerospace.

Santa took a break from his duties in the North Pole to deliver some Christmas Cheer at Shear Envy Hair Salon and Boutique on Friday.

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The town of Eclectic's Holiday Whobilation on Saturday had something for everyone to enjoy, whether it was taking pictures with the Grinch, shopping at one of several vendors or enjoying hot chocolate from Cornerstone Coffee Company.

Wetumpka's annual Christmas on the Coosa took place on Saturday. A highlight of the event was the Home Town Christmas Parade that took place at 2 p.m. There were roughly 70 groups participating in the parade.