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COLUMN:The ’90s was the golden age to be a kid

Every child loves the period in which they grew up, because why wouldn’t they? This is why I believe the 1990s and early 2000s were ... Read more

About the Chilton County Arts Festival

Dear Friends, Ten years ago, the Chilton County Arts Council began an event to offer talented local artists an indoor low overhead market where they ... Read more

OPINION: Meet the Piper behind the peach

By Elisabeth Altamirano-Smith/ Community Columnist One historical radio family of Chilton County is returning to the radio waves. Piper Dennis Little, daughter of the late ... Read more

COLUMN: Time to do something new

With COVID-19 all of Chilton County has had to be at home more often due to Gov. Kay Ivey's stay at home and safer at ... Read more

COLUMN: Kelley and friends encouraging others

During days of unpopular political opinions, civil unrest and built-up animosity, one local woman is working to build others up. Charolette Kelley of Verbena has ... Read more

The world through gray-colored glasses

As human beings in this life, it seems we feel compelled to create the scenario of good vs. evil. However, this is a very simplistic ... Read more

OPINION: Celebrate your freedoms this July 4

The Fourth of July is right around the corner. This celebration of the founding of our nation is a great time to reflect on the ... Read more

OPINION: County produces another crop of talented graduates

I had the privilege of covering four graduations within a week span, and although that may seem like a lot, it never got old. It ... Read more

OPINION: Sowing Love in Action provides meals

The Great Commission Christian Center served free lunch plates to the community June 13 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Read more

OPINION: Waking up to a hopeful world

It almost feels like waking up from a dream. Read more

OPINION: Graduation season is upon us

A furry of graduation ceremonies are about to take place within the next week. Graduation season is always a cool time of year, but the ... Read more

What to do with so many strawberries

The bucket had seemed huge when I bought it full of strawberries from a local vendor earlier this month. Read more

Local dog’s story inspiring Hope

Joyous, black Labrador Retriever, Lucy knows the meaning of “hard times” and overcoming them. Lucy, age 3, began professional training for competitions when she was ... Read more

Opinion: Local sports scene ready for comeback

June will be a welcome month for high school coaches around Chilton County, as the AHSAA has decided to allow them to practice again. This ... Read more

OPINION: Looking to the future

This season has brought many changes for so many, and The Clanton Advertiser is no exception. Read more

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