Ashville, AL


Cherokee County Arrest Files for Saturday, May 21st

Rachael Elrod, age 31 of Gadsden – Failure to Appear on three pior accounts of Unlawful Possession of Controlled Substance;. Audrey Welden, age 31 (No Address Listed) – Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle;. and. Justin Harvey, age 27 of Cartersville, Georgia – Possession of Marijuana 2nd Degree and...

Ace in the Crowd

Gadsden, AL – Howell makes sixth career hole-in-one, first in competition, currently T-3 in State Super Seniors; Wigington two shots off lead in Senior Division. Making a hole-in-one anytime is fun. But doing it in competition – in a major, even – just makes it more memorable.

'You know!' Woodland finishes fourth at state softball

OXFORD — A tearful Woodland softball team exited its Choccolocco Park dugout Saturday and trudged through a gauntlet of clapping parents. Players and coaches stopped at a patch of artificial turf behind the home dugout and bleachers, sat down and listened to third-year head coach Kayla Shelton. By then, the gauntlet of clapping parents had formed a circle three and four deep around the team.

No. 1 Holy Spirit powers past No. 4 Skyline, wins first state title

It may have been the simplest play of Alyssa Faircloth’s career, but she executed it with the precision of turning a 3-0 count into an inning-ending strikeout. Following consecutive groundouts to open the final Inning of the state finals, the Holy Spirit Catholic junior’s pitch was hit off an 0-1 count, but she fielded the ball immediately and purposely trotted to first base where she handed the final out to Marianna Sellers.

Jacksonville State offensive coordinator Calvin Magee passes away | News

JACKSONVILLE, Ala. (AP) — Jacksonville State offensive coordinator Calvin Magee has died. He was 59. The school said the longtime college football coach died on Friday but didn’t release the cause of death. New Jacksonville State coach Rich Rodriguez hired Magee in December, the fourth school where they...

Air it Out

Jacksonville, AL – Jacksonville, Wellborn move the ball in their spring game, but Golden Eagles prevail behind Ogle’s 316 yards passing and 3 long TDs By Al Muskewitz It was modern-day football vs. old school football and on this night modern day came out on top. Jacksonville and Wellborn got together for an entertaining spring game […]

Title Bid Falls Short

Alexandria, AL – Frustrated Lady Cubs were in good position, but drop both games in 5A finals to Hayden; ‘it was like a kick in the gut,’ they said CLASS 5A STATE TOURNAMENT Thursday’s games Elimination games Hayden 8, Rehobeth 1 Hayden 5, Satsuma 2 Championship round Hayden 6, Alexandria 5 Hayden 3, Alexandria 0 By […]

Central wins Class 7A State Championship

JACKSONVILLE, Al. (WRBL) – The Central Red Devils had never won a State Baseball Championship. It had been 26 years since the team had an opportunity to play for the title. Saturday was a perfect day to change all of that. The Red Devils defeated nationally ranked Hewitt-Trussville twice to win the AHSAA Class 7A […]

JSU baseball: After clinching ASUN bid, 'we've got about two hours of good celebration'

About two weeks ago, Jacksonville State was stuck in fourth place of the ASUN West Division with six conference games to go. Conventional thinking was that JSU needed at least five wins to make it into the top three and earn an automatic spot in the ASUN postseason tournament. The Gamecocks got their fifth win in that stretch Saturday afternoon with a 9-3 win at Bellarmine.

Cheaha State Park-Alabama and Anniston Museums and Gardens Join for Two Campfire Events

Anniston, AL – Two separate events hosted by Cheaha State Park-Alabama and Anniston Museums and Gardens. Friday, May 27th 8:00 pm: Campfire Talk: Explore Your World. Have you ever wanted to stroll the African savannah, come face-to-face with prehistoric predators, or visit Ptolemaic-era mummies? Did you know you can do all of those things in Anniston, Alabama? Join Anniston Museums and Gardens’ Education Director Aimee Grey, for a Campfire Talk at Cheaha State Park and discover how a collection that includes fossils, African mammal mounts, and mummies found its home in Anniston.

Live Show with Deirdre Gaddis

Anniston, AL - On Saturday, May 28, 2022 at 10:0pm Deirdre Gaddis will be live in Anniston. This event is hosted by by LIVE Lounge at 320 S Quintard Ave, Anniston, AL 36201. This event is open to the public. The doors open at 5:00 pm and the show starts at 10:00 pm. Seating is expected to go quickly so text 256-419.8697for seating inquiries or to reserve your seat.

Insect Pinning Workshop

Anniston, AL – Saturday, May 28th from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm you can dive into the insect world with an insect pinning workshop at Anniston Museums and Gardens. Are you fascinated by our six-legged friends? Would you like to start your own insect collection? Join the education team and learn how to pin and mount insects like a pro. Create stunning and intriguing displays or show off your new entomology skill. You can register online at or call 256-237-6766. This workshop is limited to 15 people, ages 10 and up. Pre-registration is required by Friday, May 27. Workshop tickets are $5 per person. Anniston Museums and Gardens members receive a $2 discount per registrant.

ACE PRIME Cigar Event

Anniston, AL – On Friday, May 27, 2022 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm the The Ligero Leaf, LLC. They will be bringing ACE PRIME into the humidor of THE LIGERO LEAF. ACE PRIMES full portfolio including: PICHARDO, FIAT LUX, MXS, THE SERGEANT and LUCIANO. 6-9 pm. We’ll have cigar deals and various swag. This […]

Jax State Sweeps Bellarmine To Earn ASUN Tourney Berth

LOUISVILLE, Ky – Senior Cole Frederick did not want his Jacksonville State career to end on Saturday as he delivered a pair of home runs and five RBI to guide the Gamecocks to a sweep of Bellarmine after a 9-3 win to extend his career into the postseason with a berth in the 2022 ASUN Baseball Championship next week in Fort Meyers, Florida.