Living Democracy 2019
- August 12, 2019
- Hannah White appreciates Collinsville's hospitality
The people of Collinsville represent some of the best people I have met or will ever meet. The people of this town are hospitable, open, and kind – not just to me, but to all they encounter. I wasn’t expecting to be greeted with such warmth, but I am thankful for that and how it made my transition to town so much easier.
- By Hannah White
- August 5, 2019
- Progress continues at historic Elba Theatre
The historic Elba Theatre received a breath of new life on Friday, June 19, as Restoration154 board members accepted a $25,000 grant to continue remodeling the once neglected downtown building.
- By Jack West
- August 2, 2019
- Cook takes on challenge of new crop
Camden’s first hemp farmer, Crum Cook, is learning more every day as he expands his farm to include this crop. This year, he joined dozens of famers across the state to plant the first legal hemp crop since 1937 as part of the Industrial Hemp Research Pilot Program.
- By Laura Thompson
- August 1, 2019
- Flights with Jackie Windham expand perspective
Certain individuals seem to embody what it means to be Elba. I have been blessed to find one of them in Jackie Windham. He has helped me understand the world through his perspective.
- By Whitt Watts
- July 30, 2019
- Historic homes welcome guests in Chatom
While in Chatom, I have had the pleasure of staying with my community partner Jessica Ross. However, for other people interested in visiting Chatom, finding a place to stay can be extremely challenging unless you know someone who lives in the area.
- By Melissa Dennis
Last Updated: April 04, 2019