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01/31/2012 Hamilton City Council Meeting – Special

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January 31, 2012 at 11:16 PM

01/31/2012 Get a Taste of This! – Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival Named an Alabama Top 25 Food Event

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Moulton, Alabama – The Alabama Tourism Department has named the Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival one of 25 top food events in celebration of the 2012 Year of Alabama Food. The list is compiled in conjunction with the year-long promotion designed to attract tourists to Alabama to experience the rich cultural flavors of the South.

The Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival joins top events such as the Stokin’ the Fire BBQ Festival in Birmingham, Whistle Stop Festival in Irondale, and the National Shrimp Festival in Gulf Shores. A complete list of the top 25 food festivals and events can be found in the Sweet Home Alabama 2012 Calendar of Events published by the Alabama Tourism Department. A copy may be requested at www.alabama.travel. The 2012 Year of Alabama Food is the ninth in a series of marketing campaigns produced by the Alabama Tourism Department. For more information, visit www.yearofalabamafood.com.

“Approximately 375 food festivals and events are scheduled to take place this year, and we are honored to be featured as one of the top 25 to attend,” said Zack Tippett, food vendor co-coordinator for the Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival. “The variety of food offered continues to be a key ingredient in the festival’s success. Festival goers are encouraged to come hungry, and whether you like your chicken grilled, fried, baked, or barbecued, an assortment of dishes are on the menu to suit any taste bud.” Philly cheese chicken, Cajun fried chicken on a stick, grilled chicken quesadilla, popcorn chicken, chicken tacos, chicken livers, chicken salad sandwich, chicken pizza, and pulled barbeque chicken are just a sampling of what will be available at this year’s festival.

Along with the assortment of chicken entrees, Golden Flake products will be available for purchase. Golden Flake joins Pepsi-Cola and Two Mama’s Salsa as an Official Product of the 2012 Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival. “With 2012 the Year of Alabama Food, we especially wanted to reach out to products made in Alabama. Golden Flake products are a staple in many kitchens and lunch boxes across the South and we are excited to have them as part of the Festival,” said Nicole Norwood food vendor co-coordinator for the Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival.

For more information, contact Event Coordinator Vicki Morese at 256.905.0700 or visit www.alabamachickenandeggfestival.com

About the Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival

The Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival is an interactive agricultural experience offering old-fashioned fun, food vendors featuring chicken entrees prepared in a variety of ways, and live entertainment by popular regional bands and local favorites. The eighth annual event is scheduled for April 13-15, 2012 at the Lions Club Fairgrounds in Moulton, Alabama. Admission to the festival is $3 for adults and children 5 and under are admitted free.

Highlights include a chicken clucking contest, where the audience selects the winner; egg toss competition, a favorite among children; eating contests where contestants stuff their faces with chicken wings and hard boiled eggs; and the “Down on the Farm” area featuring agriculture exhibits, antique tractors, and southern folk life artists such as quilters, saddle makers, farriers, potters, blacksmith and basket and broom makers. Other activities include a juried art show Rooster Call and Rooster Hall of Fame, an egg roulette competition, Motorcycle Chicken Run, and Little Chick Pageant.

Sponsors committed for the 2012 festival consist of Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce, Lawrence County Commission, Lawrence County Board of Education, Stovall Marks Insurance, Logan Pharmacy, Wal-Mart, Marshall Durbin, Alabama State Council on the Arts, CB&S Bank, International Paper, Bank Independent, Joe Wheeler EMC, Pepsi-Cola, Southern Printing, City of Moulton, Alabama Farmers Co-op, Lawrence Medical Center, The Burch Agency, Dr. Don Beach, Lewis Innovative Technologies, NHC Healthcare, Lawrence County Antique Tractor and Engine Club, Home Depot, Regions Bank, Jamie Hood Jewelers, Smith Poultry of Moulton, John’s Bar-B-Que, Alabama Mountain Lakes Tourist Association, Alabama Tourism Department, Alabama State Council on the Arts, Southern Arts Federation, National Endowment for the Arts, and Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries.

Education Partners are University of Alabama in Huntsville Engineering Department, Alabama Cooperative Extension System and Auburn University Poultry Science Department. Media sponsors include WAAY 31 TV, WALW 98.3, Valley Planet, Moulton Advertiser, 100.3 The River, WDRM 102.1, WTAK 106.1, Hot Stuff, WQAH 105.7, 103.1 WEUP, and Southern Family.

For the latest updates, visit the Festival’s website at www.alabamachickenandeggfestival.com or follow us on Facebook, Twitter.com/alabamacef, and http://www.MySpace.com/alabamachickenandegg. To request a media kit or poultry-related photography, call 256.905.0700.

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January 31, 2012 at 9:45 PM

01/31/2012 LOVE IS IN THE AIR IN NORTHEAST ALABAMA

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Fort Payne, Ala. – Each February, lovebirds flock to DeKalb County in northeast Alabama where picturesque waterfalls and majestic overlooks provide a romantic getaway. Guests are invited to celebrate Valentine’s Day at a cozy bed and breakfast or a mountaintop cabin while spending quality time together taking in the scenery and outdoor adventures that abounds from favorite places such as Little River Canyon National Preserve, DeSoto State Park, Alabama’s only snow ski resort Cloudmont Ski Resort, and other attractions.

Couples are invited to celebrate Valentine’s Day all month long in February at the Mountain Laurel Inn Bed and Breakfast. The tranquil water of the Little River and the star-filled skies at Mountain Laurel Inn provide a wonderful setting for romance. The “I Love You” package includes a vase of 5-6 roses, sparkling cider in keepsake Mountain Laurel Inn flutes or wine glasses, a Mountain Laurel Inn card with your own message, a candle, a heart cake or cookies and lots of chocolate hugs and kisses. Cost is $60 plus room rate. For breakfast, guests are served a full, family-style breakfast consisting of fruit, homemade breads and a main dish such as Breakfast Pizza, Eggs Rancheros, Decadent French Toast or “Breakfast in Bread.” The Mountain Laurel Inn is located within walking distance, near the base of DeSoto Falls at 624 Road 948 in Mentone. For more information, visit www.mentone.net or call 800.889.4244.

From now until the end of February, the Holiday Inn Express & Suites in Fort Payne is offering a “Canyon Romance” package. Standard package includes deluxe overnight accommodations where rose petals, bubble bath and sparkling beverage of your choice await your arrival. Reservations can be customized by adding breakfast in bed, chocolates, flowers, and dinner for two. For reservations, call 256.997.1020 and ask for rate code IKHD1.

Big Mill Co. – Artisans & Antiques will offer an after-hours pre-Valentine’s Day blow out and a chance to explore the unique shopping venue at night. Lovebirds are invited to a “Hot Night Out” on February 10th from 4 to 8 p.m. Most everything in the Mall will be 10% off and vendors will be serving up savory snacks, and the Bistro will have samples of their sweets. Housed in an old sock mill, Big Mill Co. is located at 151 8th Street NE in Fort Payne.

DeSoto State Park offers a romantic getaway in one of its chalets, cabins, or motel rooms. Guests are invited to take advantage of the Mountain Inn Restaurant’s “Sweetheart Special” dinner available February 10th and 11th. Cost is $35 per couple and includes tax and gratuity. Dinner hours are from 5 to 8 p.m. For menu and more information, call 256.845.5380 or 800.568.8840.

The Mentone Springs Hotel will host its annual Valentine’s Dinner Saturday, February 11th where a six-course surf and turf meal prepared with local vegetables from Mentone’s area farmers and live acoustic music are on the menu. The dinner starts with an amuse-bouche, followed by soup and salad, two main courses featuring succulent Alabama Gulf shrimp and peppercorn-encrusted beef tenderloin, and a dessert duo. Price is $39 per person and reservations are required. For reservations, call 256.634.4040.

Surrounded by breathtaking scenery, the charming 12-room Mentone Inn bed and breakfast is offering a special Valentine’s package to ensure a cozy and romantic evening for couples seeking to relax and reconnect. The “Inn Love” package includes a two night stay for $290 plus tax or a one night stay for $180 plus tax and is valid throughout the month of February. The package features lodging for two, breakfast buffet, a dozen roses, and chocolate covered strawberries. The Mentone Inn is located at 6139 Alabama Highway 117 in Mentone. For reservations or more information, visit www.mentoneinn.com or call 256.634.4836.

For more information on attractions and special events, contact DeKalb Tourism at 888.805.4740 or visit www.DiscoverLookoutMountain.com.

About DeKalb Tourism

DeKalb Tourism is a not-for-profit organization promoting tourism and economic growth in DeKalb County. Our mission includes to provide outstanding customer service to all guests; to provide complete and detailed information about DeKalb County, its history and attractions; to leave visitors with a positive experience; to develop strong positive long term relationships with the people and businesses of our communities; and to be a leader in the education and promotion of our county, locally, nationwide and internationally.

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January 31, 2012 at 9:42 PM

01/23/2012 – Inspection report for Jan 16-20, 2012 – Sam LeMaster

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Sam LeMaster Inspection report for Jan 16-20, 2012

Bama-Q (Hamilton) 93

Eastside Grill (Hamilton) 94

Hardee’s (Hamilton) 94

Hungry Hound Commissary (Winfield) Passed inspection for new permit

Hungry Hound Mobile Unit (Winfield) Passed inspection for new permit

Jean and Ann’s Tea Room (Hamilton) 98

Kentucky Fried Chicken (Hamilton) 88

Lunch Wagon (Hamilton) 93

Sugarbend Shell (Hamilton) 96

Teresa’s Country Cafe (Hamilton) 92

Winfield Elementary Lunchroom 100

Walker County Inspections:

Barbara Ann’s Place (Eldridge) 91

Daddy O’s (Carbon Hill) 100

Goldie’s Smokehouse (Carbon Hill) 93

Subway (Carbon Hill) 99

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January 28, 2012 at 9:00 PM

01/27/2012 – Sen. Roger H. Bedford, Jr. – Capitol Report

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Sen. Roger H. Bedford, Jr.
Capitol Report for 1-27-2012

Senator Roger Bedford

I’m glad to report to you that the Alabama Department of Transportation will open bids for two important highway projects in Marion County on January 27th. The first project in Marion County will be a slide correction on State Road 4 , Corridor X, from mile post 15.9 to west of State Road 171 to Mile Post 26 at State Road 44.

The second Alabama Department of Transportation project is the resurfacing of State Road 4 , U.S. 78, from the East end of the bridge at State Road 44 to the West end of the bridge at State Road 129. These two projects, slide correction and resurfacing, will greatly aid in the transportation of goods and services to market as well as provide safer roads.

This past week I had a great opportunity to meet with many teachers and support personnel from throughout the Senate District. I enjoyed being with Representative Mike Millican at the meeting at Dolly’s Restaurant in Hamilton and at Taylor’s Restaurant with Representative Johnny Mack Morrow. It is clear from our direct discussions and talks with our class room teachers, support personnel and superintendents that we can not continue to cut educational funding in Alabama any further. We must do all we can to protect the resources that are dedicated to the education budget here in Alabama because we are investing in the future of our State. By educating our school children we are not only creating a world class work force but we also insure a brighter future for Alabama. One of the reasons we’ve been so successful in locating the auto industry, the giant steel mills of Tyson Crump, to the Alabama railcar plant which will now be leased by Navistar, is because of the quality of the work force that we have.

By combining the academic skills of our K – 12 program with workforce development we can specialize the skill sets necessary for not only current jobs, but jobs of the future. Our four year institutions are doing a good job preparing students for a broad field of employment as well.

We must not forget that 78% of all new jobs are created by existing industries that expand. So you may rest assured that I will continue to fight to see that we have a strong level of educational funding in Alabama and that we do not divert money away from educating our students to pay for health care for state inmates and prisoners. This is simply a bad idea.

This past week I also enjoyed meeting with the accountants, CPA’s, of Certified Financial Planners of Northwest Alabama. They gave us a comprehensive overview of their view of the economy and what we can do in the Legislature to help improve it.

When the new Super Majority Republican party took over they said they were going to change the way they did the budget process. So, for the first time in modern history the new GOP majority decided there will be no budget hearings before the beginning of the Legislative Session. What that means is, that the department heads and cabinet members as well as other concerned citizens and legislatures, will not have an opportunity to come before the Education Budget Committee or the General Fund Budget Committee to discuss an agency’s needs. When the new administration is looking at continuing proration ,as well as further cuts to much needed programs, it concerns me greatly. Rumor is that Governor Bentley and the new leadership is planning on cutting over 100 million dollars more out of Medicaid. This is an idea that would hurt seniors and children throughout Alabama. During tough times we should make sure that our priorities are correct and I believe fulfilling the health care needs of Alabama seniors as well as our children should be priorities. The Alabama Medicaid budget , as you know, is matched with Federal dollars on almost a two and a half to one basis. Therefore , for every hundred million of State dollars that is cut, about two hundred and fifty million of Federal dollars is lost. Medicaid is an important part of the economy , our Senate District and throughout the State of Alabama ,as this is where fees and services for doctors, pharmacies, hospitals as well as nursing home care comes from. 78% of all nursing home beds are paid for through Medicaid dollars, and approximately 40% of the children in Alabama get their health care through Medicaid dollars. One in two live births in Alabama is paid for with Medicaid dollars. Our rural hospitals can not continue to receive cuts in funding and expect to be able to deliver the top quality of care which we want for our neighbors and family members during times of illness.

So, I urge all of you to keep a sharp eye out for the budget acts that must be coming in this new budget. For the first time ever they will not be able to be aired out publically for the beginning of the Legislative session. As budget chairman ,for years I upheld these hearings so that we might have accountability and transparency in the budgets. When the tax payers have an opportunity to study the facts and figures as well as the proposed increases and decreases they too can help us make informed decisions on what Alabama spending priorities should be.

As you know, upgrading the quality and caliber of law enforcement has been a long time goal of mine. We are fortunate to have many fine law enforcement officials and first responders in our Senate District and throughout Alabama. We saw how important this was last April, and it will continue to be in the future. As such ,I’m proud to inform you that we have been able to secure an Alabama Department of Homeland Security grant to Fayette County in the amount of $20,876.52. This will enable Fayette County to further upgrade its interoperable and emergency communications systems. These projects will range from reprogramming of existing equipment, meeting FCC Narrowbanding rules, and purchasing new communications equipment to further help serve our communities.

On February 2nd Hospice of the Shoals will celebrate its 20th Anniversary by participating in Alabama Gives Day from 1 p.m to 5 p.m. The Hospice organizations throughout our State and Senate District do such a good job in providing compassionate, loving care to people who have terminal illness so they can live whatever time they have left with comfort, dignity and the highest quality of life.

I hope 2012 is proving to be a prosperous and healthy new year for everyone and as always if I can be of service to you please do not hesitate to call me.

Roger H. Bedford, Jr.
Alabama State House
11 S. Union Street, Suite 738
Montgomery, Alabama 36130

Phone:  334-242-7862
Fax:  334-242-9202

Russellville Office
P.O. Box 370
Russellville, Alabama 35653

Phone:  256-332-6966
Fax:  256-332-6967

Email:  senbedford@aol.com
Website:  www.RogerBedford.com

01/25/2012 – Marion County, AL Sheriff’s Department Weekly Report

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“TO PROTECT AND SERVE”

Marion County, Alabama Sheriff’s Department Weekly Report
January 25, 2012

1 – TR-Alias
1 – DUI
2 – Probation Violation
1 – Issuing Worthless Checks
1 – DV 3rd – Assault
1 – DV 3rd – Harassment
3 – Drug CT Violation
2 – Bench Warrant
1 – Violation Protection Order

REPORT ON FELONIES

Name:  Jimmy Wojtanowski
Age:  28
Address-City:  Hamilton, AL
Charges:  CNA
Date of Arrest:  01/20/2012
Amount of Bond:  $2,500.00
Date of Release:  01/25/2012

Name:  Jonathan Smith
Age:  23
Address-City:  Brookside, AL
Charges:  Burglary 3rd x 2, Theft of Property 2nd, Theft of Property 3rd
Date of Arrest:  01/24/2012
Amount of Bond:  Not Yet
Date of Release:  In Jail

(All persons charged with a crime are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The charges are merely an accusation unless otherwise stated.)

01/25/2012 – Winfield, AL Weekly Police Report

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Winfield, Alabama Weekly Police Report
January 18 – 24, 2012
Prepared By:  Sandy Scott

3 – Accidents
12 – Speeding
1 – Driving While Suspended
2 – No Insurance

18 – TOTAL

I & O REPORT

1 – Criminal Trespassing
1 – Attempt to Commit a Crime
2 – Officer Report
1 – Assault 3rd
1 – Harassment

6 – TOTAL

ARREST

2 – Alias Warrant

2 – TOTAL

(All persons charged with a crime are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The charges are merely an accusation unless otherwise stated.)

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January 27, 2012 at 4:12 PM

01/25/2012 – Hamilton, AL Weekly Police News Report

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Hamilton, Alabama Weekly Police News Report
January 18 – 24, 2012

Wrecks

3 – Wrecks

Incident / Offense

2 – Burglary 3rd
1 – Burglary of a Vehicle
5 – Counterfeiting
2 – Theft of Property 2nd
5 – Theft of Property 3rd
1 – Criminal Mischief 2nd

Arrest / Citation

5 – Speeding
3 – License Suspended/Revoked
1 – No Drivers License
1 – Reckless Driving
2 – No Insurance
1 – Running Red Light
1 – Allowing Minor to Drive
1 – Carrying Firearm Without a Permit
1 – Criminal Mischief 3rd
3 – Theft of Property 3rd
2 – Domestic Violence 3rd
4 – Possession of Forged Instrument
6 – Alias Warrant

Warning

1 – Speeding

Felony / Arrests

None Reported

(All persons charged with a crime are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The charges are merely an accusation unless otherwise stated.)

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January 27, 2012 at 4:00 PM

01/17/2012 – Hamilton, AL Weekly Police News Report

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Hamilton, AL Weekly Police News Report
January 11-17, 2012

1 – Wrecks

Incident / Offense

1 – Domestic Violence 3rd
1 – Assault 3rd
1 – Harassing Communication
2 – Burglary 3rd
1 – Theft of Property 1st
1 – Theft of Property 2nd
2 – Theft of Property 3rd
1 – Leaving Scene of Accident

Arrest / Citation

4 – Speeding
1 – Driving Under Influence
1 – No Drivers License
2 – License Expired
2 – License Suspended
2 – License Revoked
1 – Running Red Light
1 – Child Restraint
1 – Improper Lights
2 – No Tag
4 – Expired Tag
6 – No Insurance
1 – Illegal Possession of Tax-Paid Alcoholic Beverage
4 – Theft of Property 2nd
4 – Burglary 3rd
2 – Alias Warrant

Warning

3 – Speeding

Felony – Weekly News Report
January 11 – 17, 2012

Date of Arrest:  January 10, 2012
Name:  Gann, Cody Lee
Age:  20
City:  Hamilton, AL
Charges:  Burglary 3rd, Theft of Property
Status:  Jail

Date of Arrest:  January 10, 2012
Name:  Lewis, Tanner Michael
Age:  18
City:  Hamilton, AL
Charges:  Burglary 3rd, Theft of Property 2nd
Status:  Bonded

Date of Arrest:  January 10, 2012
Name:  Juvenile
Age:  16
City:  Hamilton, AL
Charges:  Burglary 3rd, Theft of Property 2nd
Status:  Released

Date of Arrest:  January 10, 2012
Name:  Juvenile
Age:  16
City:  Hamilton, AL
Charges:  Burglary 3rd, Theft of Property 2nd
Status:  Released

(All persons charged with a crime are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The charges are merely an accusation unless otherwise stated.)

01/17/2012 – Marion County, AL Sheriff’s Department Weekly News Report

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Marion County Sheriff’s Weekly News Report
January 17, 2012

1 – TR-Alias
1 – CC-Alias
1 – Driving Under Influence
1 – Public Intoxication
1 – Marijuana 2nd
1 – Drug Paraphernalia
5 – Probation Violation
1 – Assault 3rd
1 – Domestic Violence 3rd – Harassment
2 – Bench Warrant
1 – Harassment
1 – Harassing Communication
2 – Contributing to Delinquency of a Minor

News Report on Felonies

Name:  Russell Brewer
Age:  23
Address-City:  Hamilton, AL
Charges:  Community Notification Ac., Probation Violation
Date of Arrest:  01/13/2012
Amount of Bond:  $2,500.00
Date of Release:  In Jail

(All persons charged with a crime are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The charges are merely an accusation unless otherwise stated.)

01/17/2012 – Winfield, AL Weekly Police News Report

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Weekly Report
Jan. 11 – 17, 2012
Prepared By:  Sandy Scott

2 – Accidents
12 – Speeding
1 – No Insurance
1 – Other Violation
16 – TOTAL

I & O REPORT

2 – Theft of Property 2nd
1 – Theft of Property 3rd
1 – Theft by Deception 2nd
2 – Burglary 3rd
1 – Criminal Mischief 3rd
3 – Officer Report
2 – Assault 3rd
3 – Harassment
2 – Harassing Communication
6 – Possession of a Forged Instrument
23 – TOTAL

ARREST

1 – Illegal Possession of a Prohibited Beverage
1 – TOTAL

(All persons charged with a crime are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The charges are merely an accusation unless otherwise stated.)

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January 20, 2012 at 4:39 PM

01/19/2012 Change to Dixie Cinema 3 Ticket Giveaway

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Starting next week we will be changing our weekly ticket giveaway for the Dixie Cinema 3.

We will be announcing a new contest next month!! Please check back soon!! 🙂

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January 19, 2012 at 8:36 PM

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01/18/2012 ALABAMA CHICKEN AND EGG FESTIVAL EXPANDS TO THREE DAY EVENT FOR 2012

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Eighth annual event to feature a sanctioned poultry show, a new bike night, and more live music.

Moulton, Ala. – January 17, 2012 – During a news conference held today, organizers of the Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival (ACEF) announced the eighth annual event will become a three day event in 2012. North Alabama’s wildly popular spring festival returns to Moulton, April 13-15, 2012 and with the additional day, new activities and more live music are on the agenda.

The festival kicks off on Friday evening, April 13th with live music, a variety of good eats, and a VIP Bike Night for motorcycle enthusiasts. Gates open at 5 p.m. The new sanctioned poultry competition will be open from 5 to 8 p.m. and live music featuring Voodoo Bayou fires up at 8:30 p.m. Hailing from Louisiana, Voodoo Bayou brings with them a mix of Americana rock, Delta blues and funk fusion promising nothing less than a high-energy show. Special VIP parking is available to all motorcycle riders at the entrance to the A. W. Todd Coliseum.

While live chickens continue to be a top request for the event, a new poultry show has been incorporated into the mix where exhibitors of fancy fowls from across the southeastern United States are expected to attend to compete for the Grand Champion title. Sanctioned by the American Poultry Association (APA) and the American Bantam Association (ABA), the Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival Poultry Show is open to all Bantam and Large Fowl and will be judged on various physical points. “With a Poultry Show, exhibitors have their day to showcase their exotic breeds and to see how well their bird measures up to the standard of perfection. During the competition, festival goers will have the opportunity to talk with exhibitors and learn more about show chickens,” said Linda Blaxton, show chair for the ACEF Poultry Show.

The Poultry Show will take place on all three days in the A.W. Todd Coliseum at the Lions Club Fairgrounds, and along with the competition, the Alabama Bantam Club will be on hand to offer assistance and answer questions. “Many people have never heard of a chicken show and may be quick to think it is a display of big white chickens often seen in the back of trucks,” said Glen Cryar, chairman of the Judges Licensing Committee for the ABA and president of the Alabama Bantam Association.  “There are over 500 breeds and varieties of chickens recognized by the ABA and the APA and these breeds and varieties are all different and are defined by Standards published by these associations. The chickens are described by color and shape from the tip of the beak to the bottom of the feet. Varying in size from small to large, some chickens look like they are walking on stilts, others appear to be wearing top hats, while others appear to have rabbit fur. Licensed judges will handle each chicken and determine which most closely matches the written standards.”

Just like chickens, music is a key ingredient in the festival’s popularity. Headlining this year’s event on the Logan Pharmacy Stage on Saturday evening is The Kentucky Headhunters. Founded in 1968 as Itchy Brother, the name change came in 1986 with change in band members and since then the country rock band has charted four consecutive Top 40 country singles from its debut album Pickin’ on Nashville. The band has released seven studio albums, two compilations, and twenty singles of which “Oh Lonesome Me” peaked at number 8 in 1990. In addition, they have won three Country Music Association awards, an Academy of Country Music award and a Grammy Award for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal in 1990 for Pickin’ on Nashville.

Additional acts set to perform on the Logan Pharmacy Stage are Barren River Trio, Ray Johnston Band, Lipbone Redding, Black Oak Arkansas, Delta Reign and Cedric Burnside. Performing on the WalMart Bluegrass Stage include Spatial Effects, Breaking Grass, Madison Mountaintop Band, Rigney Family Bluegrass and Delta Reign on the WalMart Bluegrass Stage. For performance day and times, visit www.alabamachickenandeggfestival.com and click on “Bands”.

Introduced during the 2011 event, Rooster Call returns for the eighth annual event. Sponsored by Dr. Don Beach, the juried art exhibition attracted entries from across the southeast each portraying chickens and roosters in different and creative ways. A jury panel will select one Best of Show artist, a second place, and a third place. The Best of Show recipient wins a $500 cash prize, a listing in the Rooster Hall of Fame, and the opportunity for the work to be featured in future promotions.

Additional activities taking part in the three day event are family favorite activities include agricultural displays and the Stovall-Marks Insurance Southern Folk Life Artist area. Introducing festival-goers to a diversity of folk skills dating back to the pioneer days, the “Down on the Farm” area features a Bluegrass music stage, antique tractors, demonstrations by quilters, farriers, basket makers, and much more.

Each year, children and adults take part in the many egg-citing contests hopes of receiving one of the great prizes or simply a good laugh. For those guests with an appetite, the eating contests will satisfy any craving for hard-boiled eggs and chicken wings. During the 2011 festival, the champion of the hard-boiled egg eating contest ate 25 eggs while the winner of the chicken wing eating contest chewed away 40 wings in five minutes.

Where contestants literally walk away with egg on their face, Egg Roulette, sponsored by Dr. Don Beach, is an opportunity for local, well-known personalities to raise money for a local charity. Two contestants are provided with six eggs of which five are hard-boiled and one is raw. At the sound of a whistle, each contestant immediately selects an egg and smashes it to his forehead. The loser of the game is the first person to have egg on his face. The winner advances in the single bracket tournament for a chance at winning $500 for his designated charity.

“The North Alabama event continues to grow in all directions despite a struggling economy. Where else can you hear over 13 bands, learn more about chickens than you need to know, and participate in family-friendly activities with only a $3 admission tag,” said Event Coordinator Vicki Morese. Additional activities lined up include a chicken clucking contest, an egg toss competition, an egg roulette competition, a motorcycle poker run, and the Little Chick Pageant, now a preliminary to the Little Miss Alabama.

For more information, visit www.alabamachickenandeggfestival.com or follow us on Facebook, Twitter.com/alabamacef, and http://www.MySpace.com/alabamachickenandegg.

 

About the Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival

The Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival is an interactive agricultural experience offering old-fashioned fun, food vendors featuring chicken entrees prepared in a variety of ways, and live entertainment by popular regional bands and local favorites. The eighth annual event is scheduled for April 13-15, 2012 at the Lions Club Fairgrounds in Moulton, Alabama. Admission to the festival is $3 for adults and children 5 years and under are admitted free.

Sponsors committed for the 2012 festival consist of Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce, Lawrence County Commission, Lawrence County Board of Education, Stovall Marks Insurance, Logan Pharmacy, Wal-Mart, Marshall Durbin, Alabama State Council on the Arts, CB&S Bank, International Paper, Bank Independent, Joe Wheeler EMC, Pepsi-Cola, Southern Printing, City of Moulton, Alabama Farmers Co-op, Lawrence Medical Center, The Burch Agency, Dr. Don Beach, Lewis Innovative Technologies, NHC Healthcare, Lawrence County Antique Tractor and Engine Club, Home Depot, Regions Bank, Jamie Hood Jewelers, Smith Poultry of Moulton,  John’s Bar-B-Que, Alabama Mountain Lakes Tourist Association, Alabama Tourism Department, Alabama State Council on the Arts, Southern Arts Federation, National Endowment for the Arts, and Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries.

Education Partners are University of Alabama in Huntsville Engineering Department, Alabama Cooperative Extension System and Auburn University Poultry Science Department. Media sponsors include WAAY 31 TV, WALW 98.3, Valley Planet, Moulton Advertiser, 100.3 The River, WDRM 102.1, WTAK 106.1, Hot Stuff, WQAH 105.7, 103.1 WEUP, and Southern Family.

For the latest updates, visit the Festival’s website at www.alabamachickenandeggfestival.com or follow us on Facebook, Twitter.com/alabamacef, and http://www.MySpace.com/alabamachickenandegg. To request a media kit or poultry-related photography, call 256.905.0700.

Written by 49 County News.Net

January 18, 2012 at 2:37 AM

01/18/2012 High School Students Needed to Show Off Video Making Skills

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Moulton, Alabama – High school students are asked to don their creative hats and put there video making skills to work with the 2012 Reporter Contest held in conjunction with the Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival. Organizers of the annual event are in search of an energetic, talented, and creative student to appear on and provide reports to WAAY31 News during the weeks leading up to the 2012 festival as well as during the event set for April 13-15.

Sponsored by WAAY 31 News, the contest is open to all high school students. To enter, students should send one video of themselves doing a report on an attraction in Lawrence County. Video should be approximately three minutes in length. Videos will be posted on WAAY 31 News’ web site at www.waaytv.com where the public will be invited to vote for their favorite reporter.

Entries will be judged on creativity in videography and reporting personality, ability to communicate through the medium of video, the quality of the contestant’s entry, and the contestant’s ability to fulfill and carry through with the project requirements. The winner receives a flip video camera and two free tickets to the 2012 Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival while gaining valuable experience in the media field.

Entries should be emailed to reporter@alabamachickenandeggfestival.com. Entry deadline is February 15, 2012. For more information, call 256.905.0700.

 

About the Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival

The Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival is an interactive agricultural experience offering old-fashioned fun, food vendors featuring chicken entrees prepared in a variety of ways, and live entertainment by popular regional bands and local favorites. The eighth annual event is scheduled for April 13-15, 2012 at the Lions Club Fairgrounds in Moulton, Alabama. Admission to the festival is $3 for adults and children 5 and under are admitted free.

Highlights include a chicken clucking contest, where the audience selects the winner; egg toss competition, a favorite among children; eating contests where contestants stuff their faces with chicken wings and hard boiled eggs; and the “Down on the Farm” area featuring agriculture exhibits, antique tractors, and southern folk life artists such as quilters, saddle makers, farriers, potters, blacksmith and basket and broom makers. Other activities include a juried art show Rooster Call and Rooster Hall of Fame, an egg roulette competition, Motorcycle Chicken Run, and Little Chick Pageant.

Sponsors committed for the 2012 festival consist of Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce, Lawrence County Commission, Lawrence County Board of Education, Stovall Marks Insurance, Logan Pharmacy, Wal-Mart, Marshall Durbin, Alabama State Council on the Arts, CB&S Bank, International Paper, Bank Independent, Joe Wheeler EMC, Pepsi-Cola, Southern Printing, City of Moulton, Alabama Farmers Co-op, Lawrence Medical Center, The Burch Agency, Dr. Don Beach, Lewis Innovative Technologies, NHC Healthcare, Lawrence County Antique Tractor and Engine Club, Home Depot, Regions Bank, Jamie Hood Jewelers, Smith Poultry of Moulton, John’s Bar-B-Que, Alabama Mountain Lakes Tourist Association, Alabama Tourism Department, Alabama State Council on the Arts, Southern Arts Federation, National Endowment for the Arts, and Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries.

Education Partners are University of Alabama in Huntsville Engineering Department, Alabama Cooperative Extension System and Auburn University Poultry Science Department. Media sponsors include WAAY 31 TV, WALW 98.3, Valley Planet, Moulton Advertiser, 100.3 The River, WDRM 102.1, WTAK 106.1, Hot Stuff, WQAH 105.7, 103.1 WEUP, and Southern Family.

For the latest updates, visit the Festival’s website at www.alabamachickenandeggfestival.com or follow us on Facebook, Twitter.com/alabamacef, and http://www.MySpace.com/alabamachickenandegg. To request a media kit or poultry-related photography, call 256.905.0700.

Written by 49 County News.Net

January 18, 2012 at 2:33 AM

01/18/2012 FANCY FOWLS JOIN THE ACEF – ACEF debuts first sanctioned poultry show

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Moulton, Ala. (January 13, 2012) – The Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival is pleased to announce a new poultry show to be held in conjunction with the three day family event at the Lions Club Fairgrounds in Moulton. Sanctioned by the American Poultry Association and American Bantam Association, the Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival Poultry Show is expected to attract exhibitors from across the southeastern United States and beyond for prizes and top honors.

To ensure a first class competition, festival organizers have enlisted the help of show veterans Ms. Claudia Comer Gore of the Alabama Bantam Club and points secretary for the American Silkie Bantam Club; Mr. Glen Cryar, chairman of the Judges Licensing Committee for the American Bantam Association and president of the Alabama Bantam Association. Mr. Doug Akers, Extension Educator for the Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service, Agriculture and Natural Resources department and show secretary for one of the largest chicken shows in the United States, the Central Indiana Poultry Show, will serve as a consultant as it relates to the standard-bred poultry competition.

The competition is open to all Bantam and Large Fowl. Birds will be judged on various physical points as set forth in the Standard of Perfection published by the American Poultry Association or the Bantam Standard published by the American Bantam Association. The American Bantam Association classes consist of Game, Modern Game, Single Comb Clean Leg, Rose Comb Clean Leg, all other Comb Clean Leg, Feather Leg, and Bantam Duck. The American Poultry Association Classes consist of American Class, Asiatic Class, English Class, Mediterranean Class, Continental Class, and all other standard breed class.

“The first ever Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival Poultry Show will be something special,” said Akers. “The committee is going all out to ensure a first class event, and one thing I particularly look forward to is that this southern show is encouraging large fowl exhibitors. I invite Midwestern and other exhibitors to make plans to take part in the new southern competition.”

In addition, there will be a Junior Showmanship Program for ages 5 to 18 years old hosted by Mr. Tommy Lee, District Director of the American Bantam Association. This competition will test the youth’s knowledge of their chickens, their knowledge of the written standards, and their abilities to correctly handle the chickens. Junior awards to be presented include the Nugget Champion Award and Scramble Reserve Champion Award. In addition, the national youth group, APA-ABA Youth Poultry Club will be represented throughout the three-day event.

According to Show Chair Linda Blaxton, the opportunity to see and learn about chickens continues to be requested each year during the annual festival. “The Poultry Show will be especially helpful for those who are interested in becoming involved with show chickens and learning about the process while also allowing the general public to see and learn about different breeds of exotic chickens,” said Blaxton.

“Whether you find yourself tending to a backyard flock or breeding champion show birds, attending an officially organized poultry show gives poultry enthusiasts the opportunity to browse through aisles of hundreds of well bred birds, purchase available sale birds, and form a network of contacts and establish friendships with others of similar interests from all over the country,” added Gore.

The Poultry Show will take place April 13-15, 2012 in the A. W. Todd Coliseum located at the Lions Club Fairgrounds in Moulton. Judging begins at 5 p.m. on Friday, 10 a.m. on Saturday, and 11 a.m. on Sunday. The event is open to the public and entry is included in the price of admission to the Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival.

Awards — $75 Champion, $25 Reserve Champion per Class, and $200 Grand Champion plus Show Rosettes for the Junior Show Campion and Junior Reserve Show Champion — will be presented each day. Entry fee is $3 per coop per show. Those registering for Friday and Saturday shows will receive free entry for the Sunday show. The deadline to enter is 5 p.m. Monday, April 2nd. All entries must be mailed to PO Box 66, Moulton, Ala. 35650.

Judges are Mike Schmidt, an APA Licensed Judge from Jenson Beach, Fla.; Marty McGuire, an ABA Licensed Judge from Leeds, Ala.; Gary Overton of West Alexandria, Ohio; and Phillip Bartz of Chattanooga, Tenn. Overton and Bartz are ABA-APA Licensed Judges.

For more information, visit www.alabamachickenandeggfestival.com and click on contests or contact Linda Blaxton at 256.566.3109 or the Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival office at 256.905.0700. Photos of “show chickens” are also available upon request.

 

About the Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival

The Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival is an interactive agricultural experience offering old-fashioned fun, food vendors featuring chicken entrees prepared in a variety of ways, and live entertainment by popular regional bands and local favorites. The eighth annual event is scheduled for April 13-15, 2012 at the Lions Club Fairgrounds in Moulton, Alabama. Admission to the festival is $3 for adults and children 5 and under are admitted free.

Highlights include a chicken clucking contest, where the audience selects the winner; egg toss competition, a favorite among children; eating contests where contestants stuff their faces with chicken wings and hard boiled eggs; and the “Down on the Farm” area featuring agriculture exhibits, antique tractors, and southern folk life artists such as quilters, saddle makers, farriers, potters, blacksmith and basket and broom makers. Other activities include a juried art show Rooster Call and Rooster Hall of Fame, an egg roulette competition, Motorcycle Chicken Run, and Little Chick Pageant.

Sponsors committed for the 2012 festival consist of Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce, Lawrence County Commission, Lawrence County Board of Education, Stovall Marks Insurance, Logan Pharmacy, Wal-Mart, Marshall Durbin, Alabama State Council on the Arts, CB&S Bank, International Paper, Bank Independent, Joe Wheeler EMC, Pepsi-Cola, Southern Printing, City of Moulton, Alabama Farmers Co-op, Lawrence Medical Center, The Burch Agency, Dr. Don Beach, Lewis Innovative Technologies, NHC Healthcare, Lawrence County Antique Tractor and Engine Club, Home Depot, Regions Bank, Jamie Hood Jewelers, Smith Poultry of Moulton, John’s Bar-B-Que, Alabama Mountain Lakes Tourist Association, Alabama Tourism Department, Alabama State Council on the Arts, Southern Arts Federation, National Endowment for the Arts, and Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries.

Education Partners are University of Alabama in Huntsville Engineering Department, Alabama Cooperative Extension System and Auburn University Poultry Science Department. Media sponsors include WAAY 31 TV, WALW 98.3, Valley Planet, Moulton Advertiser, 100.3 The River, WDRM 102.1, WTAK 106.1, Hot Stuff, WQAH 105.7, 103.1 WEUP, and Southern Family.

For the latest updates, visit the Festival’s website at www.alabamachickenandeggfestival.com or follow us on Facebook, Twitter.com/alabamacef, and http://www.MySpace.com/alabamachickenandegg. To request a media kit or poultry-related photography, call 256.905.0700.

Written by 49 County News.Net

January 18, 2012 at 2:30 AM

01/18/2012 ALABAMA’S ONLY SNOW SKI RESORT NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS

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Fort Payne, Ala. – Nestled along Lookout Mountain in Mentone is Alabama’s only snow ski resort. With the arrival of cold temperatures in the northeast area of the state, Cloudmont Ski Resort has opened its slopes and welcomes visitors for day and night time snow skiing and snowboarding.

Great for beginners and intermediate skiers and snow boarders, the ski resort contains two one-thousand foot, beginner/intermediate slopes. Two “pony lifts” take skiers to the top of the slopes that have an elevation of 1,800 feet and a vertical rise of 150 feet.

Ski rental is available. Boot rental range in size from a child’s 10 to an adult size 13. Please note ski and boot rental cannot be reserved.

Cloudmont is located on County Road 614 in Mentone. Hours of operation are weekdays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. and weekends and holidays 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. For reservations, call 256-634-4344.  

An assortment of ski chalets, cabins, bed and breakfast inns, and hotels are available within a short drive to the resort. For more information, contact DeKalb Tourism at 888.805.4740 or visit www.DiscoverLookoutMountain.com.   

About DeKalb Tourism

DeKalb Tourism is a not-for-profit organization promoting tourism and economic growth in DeKalb County. Our mission includes to provide outstanding customer service to all guests; to provide complete and detailed information about DeKalb County, its history and attractions; to leave visitors with a positive experience; to develop strong positive long term relationships with the people and businesses of our communities; and to be a leader in the education and promotion of our county, locally, nationwide and internationally.

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January 18, 2012 at 2:26 AM

01/18/2012 Hamilton City Council Meeting 01/17/2012

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01/09/2012 – Sam LeMaster Restaurant Ratings, Monday, January 9, 2012

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Sam LeMaster Restaurant Ratings, Monday, January 9, 2012

Cedar Landing (Winfield) 98

Days Inn Breakfast (Hamilton) 93

Days Inn Motel (Hamilton) 92

Econo Lodge Breakfast (Hamilton) 93

Econo Lodge Inn and Suites (Hamilton) 90

Gabby’s Dine-In (Guin) Passed inspection for permit

Moore’s Hwy 129 Shell (Winfield) 91

Note: Scores are not assessed for initial permit inspections. Rating begins on the first routine inspection.

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January 12, 2012 at 8:34 PM

01/11/2012 – Winfield, AL Weekly Police Report

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“TO PROTECT AND SERVE”
Winfield Weekly Report
Jan. 4 – 10, 2012
Prepared By:  Sandy Scott

3 – Accidents
14 – Speeding
2 – No Insurance
1 – Tag Violation
1 – Seatbelt Violation

21 – TOTAL

I & O REPORT

2 – Theft of Property 2nd
4 – Theft of Property 3rd
1 – Burglary 3rd
1 – Domestic Violence 3rd
3 – Breaking & Entering a Vehicle
1 – Forgery 2nd
2 – Officer Report

14 – TOTAL

ARREST

2 – Public Intox
4 – Probation Violation Warrants
4 – Capias Warrants
3 – Breaking & Entering a Vehicle
1 – Forgery 2nd
4 – Theft of Property 3rd
1 – Domestic Violence 3rd
2 – Manufacturing 1st
2 – Chemical Endangerment
2 – Reckless Endangerment of a Child
2 – Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
11 – Possession of a Controlled Substance
1 – Possession of Marijuana 2nd
1 – Transporting Illegal Alcohol

40 – TOTAL

(All persons charged with a crime are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The charges are merely an accusation unless otherwise stated.)

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January 11, 2012 at 5:34 PM

01/11/2012 – Marion County Drug Task Force Weekly Report

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“TO PROTECT AND SERVE”

2 – Drug Para
1 – Vio Pseudoephedrine Law
1 – Probation Vio

Name:  Andrea Sheriene Garcia
Age:  25
Address-City:  Winfield, AL
Charges:  Forged Instrument 3rd, Poss Cont Sub, Probation Violation
Date of Arrest:  01/09/2012
Amount of Bond:  $7,500.00
Date of Release:  In Jail

(All persons charged with a crime are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The charges are merely an accusation unless otherwise stated.)

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January 11, 2012 at 4:32 PM

01/11/2012 – Marion County Sheriff’s Weekly Report – Sheriff, Kevin Williams

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“TO PROTECT AND SERVE”

1 – TR-Alias
1 – DUI
1 – PI
1 – Vio Pseudoephedrine Law
4 – Probation Vio
1 – Menacing
1 – DV 3rd – Assault
1 – DV 3rd – Harass
2 – Drug CT Vio
1 – Bench Warrant
1 – Harassment

Name:  Cody Gann
Age:  20
Address-City:  Hamilton, AL
Charges:  TOP 2nd, Burg 3rd, Unsupervised Probation
Date of Arrest:  01/10/2012
Amount of Bond:  $12,500.00
Date of Release:  In Jail

Name:  Senecia Marcum
Age:  27
Address-City:  Winfield, AL
Charges:  Forgery 2nd, PI, TOP 3rd x 3, B&E Vehicle x 3, Poss Forged Inst 3rd
Date of Arrest:  01/08/2012
Amount of Bond:  $20,000.00
Date of Release:  01/10/2012

Name:  Tanner Lewis
Age:  18
Address-City:  Hamilton, AL
Charges:  TOP 2nd, Burg 3rd
Date of Arrest:  01/10/2012
Amount of Bond:  $12,500.00
Date of Release:  In Jail

Name:  Scarlett Jetton
Age:  24
Address-City:  Winfield, AL
Charges:  Manufacturing 1st, Chemical Endangerment of a Child, Reckless Endangerment, Paraphernalia
Date of Arrest:  01/08/2012
Amount of Bond:  $23,000.00
Date of Release:  In Jail

Name:  Don Coplin
Age:  53
Address-City:  Okolona, MS
Charges:  PSC, PI
Date of Arrest:  01/08/2012
Amount of Bond:  $3,000.00
Date of Release:  01/09/2012

Name:  Dusty Tasso
Age:  25
Address-City:  Hackleburg, AL
Charges:  DV 1st, Assault 1st
Date of Arrest:  01/06/2012
Amount of Bond:  $40,000.00
Date of Release:  In Jail

Name:  Michael Starns
Age:  22
Address-City:  Winfield, AL
Charges:  Manufacturing 1st, Chemical Endangerment of a Child, Reckless Endangerment, Paraphernalia, DV 3rd-Assault
Date of Arrest:  01/08/2012
Amount of Bond:  $25,500.00
Date of Release:  In Jail

(All persons charged with a crime are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The charges are merely an accusation unless otherwise stated.)

01/11/2012 ALABAMA CHICKEN AND EGG FESTIVAL – 8th annual event

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TRINITY, ALABAMA – The Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival will be holding a News conference to unveil new sanctioned poultry show and announce entertainment, sponsors, and other new activities for the 2012 Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival. The news conference will be held on January 17, 2012 at 11 a.m.at Joe Wheeler EMC Boardroom, 25700 Alabama Highway 24, Trinity, Alabama. The news conferance will be conducted by Claudia Comer Gore, Alabama Bantam Club and points secretary for the American Silkie Bantam Club, Glen Cryar, chairman of the Judges Licensing Committee for the American Bantam Association and president of the Alabama Bantam Association Georgia Bell the Silkie Hen Nugget and Scramble & Vicki Morese, Event Coordinator, Alabama Chicken and Egg Festival.

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January 11, 2012 at 3:14 PM

01/11/2012 Marion County Basketball Tournament Brackets

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All games played at Hamilton High School…..

Monday 1/16

6:00pm MCHS vs Hackleburg Girls

7:30pm Brilliant vs Winfield Boys

Tuesday 1/17

6:00pm Brilliant vs Hamilton Girls

7:30pm Phillips vs Hamilton Boys

Thursday 1/19

3:30pm Phillips vs [Hackleburg/MCHS] Girls

5:00pm MCHS vs [Winfield/Brilliant] Boys

6:30pm Winfield vs [Hamilton/Brilliant] Girls

8:00pm Hackleburg vs [Hamilton/Phillips] Boys

Friday 1/20

4:30pm B-Team Championship Game Hamilton vs Winfield

6:00pm Girls Championship Game

7:30pm Boys Championship Game

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January 11, 2012 at 2:50 PM

01/09/2012 – Open Letter from Hamilton, AL Police Chief Ralph Conner Dated Dec. 29, 2011

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January 11, 2012 at 10:11 AM

01/11/2012 Winfield Public Library January Newsletter

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January 11, 2012 at 1:34 AM

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