Living Democracy

Living Democracy 2019

June 28, 2019
Meals on Wheels trip opens eyes
Meals on Wheels trip opens eyes

The presence of food seems to be everywhere I go in Elba, whether that's a Chamber of Commerce meeting, church service or at the Giving Garden. I recently had an opportunity to explore another food service in Elba, one that delivers hot meals to people all over the community, when I joined up with the Meals on Wheels Team at the Elba Church of Christ.

By Whitt Watts
June 26, 2019
Reading program celebrates Bicentennial
Reading program celebrates Bicentennial

Children participating in the Collinsville Public Library summer reading program are celebrating Alabama’s Bicentennial every Tuesday in June.

June 25, 2019
Camp helps Elba children EXCEL
Camp helps Elba children EXCEL

"Yes, I can," said a group of kids in unison. "Yes, I will. Yes, watch me excel." This is the motto of Elba's Camp E.X.C.E.L., a summer camp put on by the city's Parks and Recreation Department.

By Jack West
June 24, 2019
Dorsey Trailer remains key to Elba economy after more than century
Dorsey Trailer remains key to Elba economy after more than century

Elba is a town with a rich history built by locals who have lived their whole life in the city and businesses that help the community thrive.  A key part of the economy is Dorsey Trailer, a company with roots in the community that date back to the turn of the 20th Century.

By Whitt Watts
June 20, 2019
Stokes recalls record-breaking adventure
Stokes recalls record-breaking adventure

As the registration time to purchase an alligator hunting tag is open until July 10, a Thomaston woman, Mandy Stokes, who made history with her catch of the world record alligator in 2014, is looking back on her own amazing adventure.

By Laura Thompson

Last Updated: April 04, 2019