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Welcome To Chilton County News in Clanton, Alabama, "Chilton NLCounty's Best-Read Weekly Community Newspaper" located in the center of the State of Alabama in the Heart Of Dixie. This web site contains local Peach Country information, news and happenings about the people of Clanton, Jemison, Thorsby, Maplesville, Isabella, Verbena and Cooper in Chilton County, Alabama.


Lunch "To Go!" Read The Story

"Christmas Spectacular" Read The Story

Miss Christmas Pageant! Read The Story

Christmas Tree Lighting! See The Information

Thanksgiving Service! See The Information


Friday, November 28
Fourth Round of State Football Championships

CLASS 1A
Maplesville (12-0) at Billingsley (10-2)


FRIDAY NIGHT SCORES!

November 21, 2014

Maplesville 42 - - Notasulga 22

Billingsley 20 - - Brantley 14


Crime
SUBMITTED PHOTO

On Wednesday, November 19 an unknown white male entered the Dollar General Store, located at 1691 Seventh Street South in Clanton, at around 9:20 pm and robbed the store of an undisclosed amount of money.

The white male put some items on the counter as if to purchase them and then gave the clerk a note stating he had a gun and to give him the money. The male wore gloves and had a red Alabama hoodie and mask that covered his face.

He is approximately 6' 1" to 6' 3" tall. Anyone with any information is encourage to contact the Clanton Police Department at 205-755-1194, or the secret witness line at 755-1416 or 205-755-1120.


Wreck
NEWS PHOTO BY BEN TUCKER

A two-car accident Sunday afternoon, November 17 sent at least one person to an area hospital. The accident happened around 12:30 on Highway 31 north in Clanton in front of Jack's Restaurant. One person was seen on a stretcher waiting on an ambulance to arrive on the scene from Jemison.



Wreck
NEWS PHOTO BY BEN TUCKER

A three-car accident happened Thursday, November 13 at 3:40 p.m. in Clanton. There did not appear to be any serious injuries. The accident happened on Highway 31 South in front of Peach Park.


Pig
SUBMITTED PHOTO

Dennis Thornburgh shot this wild hog Thursday, November 13 on his property near Clanton. The "Big Porker" weighed about 400 pounds.


Hatley
NEWS PHOTO BY BECKY TUCKER

Chilton County Representative Jimmy Martin greets Mrs. Bobbie Robinette Tuesday, November 11 after a special ceremony, to honor Veterans, at Hatley Health Care in Clanton. Mrs. Robinette is the wife of WWII soldier Louie Robinette. Both are residents at Hatley Health Care.


Slide
NEWS PHOTO BY BECKY TUCKER

The Chilton County Peach Queens traveled to Dothan last weekend to attend the National Peanut Festival. On Friday night, they enjoyed the fair. Pictured is Tayler Mazingo, Miss Peach, as she enjoyed the slide attraction at the "House Of Mirrors." On Saturday, the Queens rode in the Peanut Festival Parade through downtown Dothan.


Some Want Human Diversity
To Be Like Syrup On Pancakes!

For some reason, during the past few decades, younger Americans have been taught that "human diversity" is one of the most Tuckimportant things in this world.

America is finding that human diversity (allowing every Tom, Dick, and Harry, from all over the world, to come into our country with very little required of them) is creating difficulties unheard of when this nation had a policy that put the first attention of citizens on those who were (and are) willing to declare -- unequivocally -- that they ARE American citizens, and would give one-hundred percent of all they had to preserve and defend this nation -- against all odds
and all comers!

In and of itself, diversity (a difference) can mean a lot to a free nation such as the United States because it can bring newness
and freshness where those qualities can do the most good.

Read more Ol' Tuck here! You may need a .pdf reader to view this file.

BuildingContact The News

Chilton County News
Post Office Box 189
Clanton, Alabama 35046
205 755-0110
newscc@bellsouth.net

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